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7%e ANNUAL INDEX TO PERIODICALS now comprises:— 

Vol, /., covering the Year 1890. Vol, K/7., covering the Year 1896. 

Ttf/. //., covering the Year 1891. Fit?/. VIII. ^ covering the Year 1897. 

Vol, III, J covering the Year 1892 (out of print). Vol, IX., covering the Year 1898. 

Vol. IV,^ covering the Year 1893. Vol, X, covering the Year 1899. 

Vol, V,, covering the Year 1894. Vol. XI,, covering the Year 1900. 
Vol, VI,, covering the Year 1895. 



Each Volume, ISs. nett, Post Free. 



CHATHAM : 
Printed by W. & J. Mackay & Co., Ltd. 



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PREFACE. 



The present volume of the "Annual Index to Periodicals," covering- the year 1900, makes the 
eleventh volume of the series, and the set of " Annual Indexes " now published covers the la^t 
decade of British and American periodical literature of the Nineteenth Century. 

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The scope of the Index has too often been explained to require repetition here. It need only 
be said that the present volume, which deals with the past year, presents a classified index to 
the contents of over 190 British and American Periodicals, as against 117 in Vol. I., 1890, so 
remarkable has been the increase in the number of periodicals in the last few years. The result 
is a corresponding- increase in the size of the Index, which has grown to over three times the size 
of the first volume. Yet the Index to Periodicals takes no account of any but quarterly and monthly 
publications. Weeklies and dailies are still untouched. An index to the weeklies would require 
quite as bulky a book to hold their contents for a year as is now filled by the index to the 
monthlies and quarterlies, while any general* index to the daily papers, except perhaps for special 
articles, is almost out of the question. For the daily papers, the Times Index, so far as the dates 
of events are concerned, probably does duty. 

I need not speak of the value of the ** Annual Index " to those who have used it. They" know 
what it is — a veritable guide to the thought of the world as mirrored in the periodical literature 
of the English-speaking world. Originally it was published at the nominal price of 5s. ; but by 
the end of five years the Index had developed to such an extent that the price was raised to los. 
Now, after another ^\^ years, when the Index proper has grown from 70 pages to about 240 pages, 
and early volumes are becoming scarce, the price of the new volume, and of the whole series of 
back numbers, is increased to 15s. per volume, about the same price as that of the American 
"Annual Literary Index." At the previous prices, the receipts from sales do not cover the mere 
outlay in typography and paper, without reckoning anything for the heavy and exacting labour of 
compilation. 

It is impossible for anyone to know all the swarming thoughts which surge through the busy 
brains of mortal men. But in this Index we have at least a catalogue, carefully arranged and 
classified, of articles on a number of subjects so enormous that it w^ould take days and days to read 
through all the titles alone. In some cases the number of pages devoted to one subject in the 
Index almost makes you feel that you might as well try to count the leaves on the tree, or the 
sand on the seashore, as attempt to glance merely at the innumerable printed pages in which 
the Press embalms for a season the thoughts of men on one particular topic of the moment. 
Without some sort of classification, what could anyone gain from a perusal of the great jumble of 
articles that have been written in the course of the year on South Africa, and in connection with 
it, the additional jumble of criticisms of the Army and the War Office, not to speak of Imperialism 
and all the other allied subjects which have grown out of it? Here the divisions and sub- 
classification put somewhat into shape the vast number of items, so that the reader is enabled to 
trace with a fair amount of certainty all the articles, no matter how vague and misleading their 
titles, relating not merely to one entire subject, but to any one branch of it. As a time-saving 
appliance, therefore, the ** Annual Index" is indispansable in every library, and for authors, editors, 
and experts it is simply invaluable. 

In many senses the value of an article in a review is infinitely greater than that of the 
newspaper article, which has often to be written at short notice, and with very imperfect 
information. The contributor to the reviews writes his articles under more favourable conditions. 



iv. PREFACE. 

He has more time to get together his facts, and he is allowed more space in which to deal with 
his subject than is usually given to the journalist. He, too, has great advantages over the writer 
of books. He has often to condense his matter, it is true, but he has the satisfaction of knowing 
that his articles will probably be more frequently consulted than the books of the author, for the 
reasons already stated, namely, his niore up-to-date information, and the convenient condensed form 
in which it is to be had. Yet the contributions to the reviews, valuable as they are, would soon be 
forgotten, or get buried, so far as purposes of research are concerned, but for the general index to 
their contents, which not only classifies the articles, but makes reference to them easy and sure. 

And the reviews would be still more frequently consulted than they are at present if libraries 
made a greater feature of them as bound volumes on their shelves. Unlike other forms of 
literature, the literature of the reviews is often of greater value when it ought, perhaps, to 
be stale. What is still wanted to complement the Indexes is a special Library of Periodicals, 
where, in the first place, complete sets of every periodical whose contents are included in the Index 
would be accessible for reference, as is, or used to be, the case in at least one American librar>s 
and, secondly, where bound volumes of articles on special subjects extracted from the periodicals 
would be available for the greater convenience of the expert who is limiting his researches to one 
special subject or one special aspect of it. 

When a writer has contributed a series of articles on one subject to a review, or indeed 
when he has contributed a considerable number on a variety of subjects to different reviews, it 
is not an unusual thing to find the series reissued in volume form, either as a contribution to 
the literature of a special subject or as a volume of miscellaneous essays, which are thought to 
be of sufficient interest to be worth preserving in a form which is handier and seems to be 
more permanent than bound volumes of different reviews. But there is a more interesting type 
of volume which may be made up of magazine and review articles. If the reader will divert 
his mind from the question of the writer to a consideration of the all-important contents-matter 
of the articles in the reviews, he will find an endless variety in special subjects from which to 
make up the most useful and interesting permanent volumes. The range here is so wide and 
the topics so diverse that every possible taste and hobby can find something; and to add to 
the diversity, we can see together the different points of view of the different writers. A severe 
criticism by one writer may be followed by a more appreciative notice by another writer; one 
writer may discuss one particular issue of a question and the other writers continue the discussion, 
each taking up a different issue. Sometimes an article in a review provokes replies and 
criticisms in the next number, to be followed, in turn, by a rejoinder to his critics from the 
original author; in some cases the controversy is carried on simultaneously in a number of reviews 
and is prolonged for many months, as in the case of the fierce controversy which must have 
saddened the latter days of Dr. Mivart — how fierce it only needs the '* Dr. Mivart Controversy" 
volume of review articles to show. 

To take another instance, what biographer, or indeed admirer, of Robert Louis Stevenson 
is there who would not be grateful for access to one or more bound volumes containing all 
the magazine articles by different writers that have been published concerning Stevenson in only 
the last ten years ? These articles are both numerous and interesting to those who read and 
love Stevenson and his work, and a complete collection of them would form a very delightful set of 
volumes. Similarly, the Omar Khayyam and FitzGerald people would be surprised to find how 
much favour their cult has found in the magazines; the Dante students would have the most 
up-to-date knowledge of their subject to hand ; the Napoleon, Nelson, and Cromwell articles, 
the number of which is legion, would each be equally available to all interested in these great 
historical figures; and so on ad infiniium. The mine from which collections for volumes may 
be drawn is simply inexhaustible, while the opinions offered on some subjects would be shown 
to be as diverse as those on religious questions. 

In conclusion, I again have pleasure in commending the Index to the notice of writers, 
students, and others, as a reference-book of immense value to all who would be up-to-date 
with their knowledge, especially in current history. 

July, 1 90 1. W. T. STEAD. 



INTRODUCTION. 



THE PERIODICALS, IQOO — IQOI. 



The chronicle of tlie various vicissitudes of our periodi- 
cals in the last year of the nineteenth century does not 
disclose more remarkable points of interest than usual. 
The most serious loss is the Scottish Review^ which issued 
its last number in October, while the most important 
addition is undoubtedly the Monthly Review. At the turn 
of the century we have also to note the advent of three 
political reviews, the Imperial and Colonial Magazine, the 
Empire Review, and the New Liberal Review. 

Before discussing in detail the new periodicals, it will 
be convenient to keep to the method usually adopted in 
this annual survey by beginning with the obituary list of 
the past year. First, it may be noted that the last 
number of the Christian Quarterly, the organ of the 
American " Disciples of Christ," which came to hand 
was in December, 1899. ^^ 1900, the Windmill issued 
its final number in January ; Saint Peter's, a Catholic 
magazine, concluded its series in February ; the pub- 
lication of the Scots Magazine was suspended in May ; 
the Arena Quarterly, a review of Civic Progress, started 
in June, has not issued any further numbers ; in July the 
London Educational Review became a fortnightly pub- 
lication, and thus disappeared from this Index ; the last 
number of the Dome issued was dated July ; the Charing 
Cross Magazine has not been published since August ; 
the Chord seems to have ended its career with its fifth 
number in September ; the Scottish Review and tlie 
Puritan both disappeared from the scene in October ; 
and the final numbers of the A'ew World and of the A^ew 
Century Review belong to December. In March, 1901, 
the Ludgate was amalgamated with the Universal Maga- 
zine ; this seems to be the only marriage. 

To replace the losses in 1900, we have to welcome a 
number of new periodicals of various types in 1900 and 
190 1. Taking the births in chronological order, they 
are, in 1900, the International Monthly, the Sunday Strafii, 
the Derbysliire Nationalists Quarterly, and the Indian 
Review in January ; the Universal Magazine in February ; 
the Humane Review in April ; the Arena Quarterly, 
already referred to, in Tune ; the Newfoundland Magazine 
in July ; the Irish School Monthly in September ; the 
Monthly Review and the Northern Counties Magazifie in 
October ; the Imperial and Colonial Magazine, the World's 
Work, and Boys of the Empire in November ; the British 
Monthly and the Italian Review in December ; and, some 
time in 1900, the Eastern Counties Magazine. To con- 
tinue the list in 1901, the new periodicals so far to hand 
include the Twentieth Century (London), the Journal of 
Hygiene, Man, the Crisis, the Celtia, the Philharmonic^ 
the Thrush, the Lady's Magazine, the Korea Review, and 
the Twentieth Century (Calcutta), all born in January ; 
the Empire Review and the New Liberal Review, both born 
in February ; East London Antiquities, in March ; the 
Caxton Review and the Ladys Review of Reviews in April ; 
and St. Stephen^s in June. 

A veritable review de luxe is the half-crown Monthly 
Review, edited by Mr. Henry Newbolt. Its distinctive 
external feature is large type, with large margins on 
antique wove paper. The subject matter includes 



questions of Religion, Ethics, Politics, Science, Litera- 
ture, Art, History, Sociology ; and it is claimed that the 
standard of choice with regard to writers is excellence, 
and not rank or reputation. A serial novel is another 
feature; several articles are illustrated; and it contains a 
permanent editorial department. The result is a highly 
interesting review. 

Of the new " Imperial " reviews, the Imperial and 
Colonial Magazine, a shilling monthly, edited by ** Celt " 
and Mr. E. F. Benson, came first in point of date. It 
seeks to be the organ of Imperial and Colonial affairs 
apart from party interest, and publishes articles, some- 
times illustrated, on the history and development, the 
present condition and future prospects, of the various 
British Colonies and Settlements. The Empire Review^ 
another shilling monthly, is under the editorship of Mr. 
C. Kinloch Cooke. It has been founded to foster 
unity in the Empire, and to be the practical organ of 
Imperial opinion. Its aim is to give information on 
subjects connected with Imperial Defence, Home Affairs 
(from the Imperial aspect), Foreign Relations, Trade, 
etc., etc., in short, the Empire from the Imperial rather 
than from tlie insular standpoint. The mission of the 
New Liberal Review, also a shilling monthly, with Mr. 
Cecil B. Harms worth and Mr. Hildebrand A. Harms worth 
as its editors, is to reflect the best Liberal thought of the 
day, and to endeavour to bring the Liberalism of the 
Mother Country in touch with that of the Colonies. 

Another interesting monthly review started in 1900 is 
the World^s Work, suggested surely by the Review of 
Reviews. It hails from New York, and is a review of the 
world's work for each month. In addition to the 
" March of Events," each issue publishes a number of 
signed articles on current topics and current literature, 
chiefly American. The review is well illustrated, and 
the price is 25 cents. 

At home the year 1901 has given us a new Twentieth 
Century. In 1895, it will be remembered, a review 
bearing this name was started, but only three numbers 
were issued. The new Twentieth Century seems to have 
superseded the New Century Review. The first few 
numbers were published at half-a-crown, but in June the 
price was reduced to a shiUing. Its contents are made 
up of articles on pohtics, etc., interspersed with stories. 

The plan of the International Monthly, started in 

{anuary, 1900, was described at length in Vol. X. of this 
ndex. It need only be added that during the first year 
of its existence it has given us many valuable and inter- 
esting articles on a variety of subjects. The Crisis is a 
sixpenny quarterly dealing with political and other events 
of current moment. 

Hygiene and Preventive Medicine have found a solid 
scientific organ in the Journal^of Hygiene, edited by Dr. 
George H. F. Nuttall, and pubUshed at ^"^(i. shillings. 
Man is a sixpenny monthly notebook of anthropology. 
The Humane Review was noticed in last year's issue of 
this Index. 

There would seem to be a lull in the production of 
light illustrated miscellanies. The Sunday Strand and 



vi. 



INTRODUCTION. 



the Universal were started at the beginning of last year ; 
and in 1901 we have the Lady's Magazine and the Ladys 
Review of ReviewSy the former a sixpenny magazine 
published by Mr. Pearson, the latter started as a three- 
penny publication, but since reduced to a penny, and 
published at Glasgow. 

The British Monthly appears to be a monthly edition 
of the British Weekly, Tlie Thrush, a fourpenny monthly, 
edited by T. Mullett Ellis, publishes nothing but original 
poetry, some of the contributions being supplied by 
well-known writers. Celtia is the organ of the Pan- 
Celtic Movement ; and St. Stephens represents 
University College, St. Steplien's Green, DubUn. 

Several new magazines of local interest should not be 
overlooked. The Northern Counties Magazine takes for 
its field the six northern counties of England ; the 
Eastern Counties Magazine covers East Anglia ; and East 
London Antiquities is concerned with the history, etc., of 
East London. The Derbyshire NaturaliHs' Quarterly is 
the official magazine of the local scientific and literary 
societies. 

From India and the Colonies the most recent additions 
to the ranks of periodical literature are the Indian 
Review^ published at Madras ; the Twentieth Century of 
Calcutta ; and the Newfoundland Magazine. The New 
T^aland Illustrated Magazine made its appearance in 1899. 
The Korea Review is published in English at Seoul, and 
is edited by Mr. H. B. Hulbert. The only numbers 
received of the Italian Review, published in English, in 
London, are for December, 1900, and February, 190 1. 

In Art, we have first to note that the last numbers of 
the Windmill and of the Dome were issued in January 
and July, 1900, respectively. There is no change of 
importance in the Magazine of Arty in the Studio, or in 
the Artist ; but we may mention that the Art journal 
has issued two more ** Extras " — the Decorative Art of 
Sir Edward Burne-Jones, by Mr. Aymer Vallance, and 
the Work of the War Artists in South Africa, by Mr. 
A. C. R. Carter. In addition we have in connection 
with the Art journal a separate monthly series devoted 
to Art and the Arts and Crafts at the Paris Exhibition, 
and forming an interesting memento of the great show. 
With the New Year, the Poster has been enlarged, and is 
now issued as a shilling monthly. The price of the 
Architectural Review has been reduced in July, 1901, 
from a shilling to sixpence, and the Review is to be edited 
by a Committee. The Caxton Magazine, an illustrated 
shilling monthly, is the organ of the Institute of 
Printers, etc., of the British Empire, and is devoted to 
Printing and the allied Arts and Crafts. The Revue 
de VArt maintains its high standard of excellence ; 
and many interesting articles on Art are published by 
the Kunstgewerbehlatt and the Zeitschrift fUr Bildende 
Kunsty all beautifully illustrated. 

The only addition to the musical magazines is the 
Philharmonic, a quarterly from Chicago, started in 
January of the present year. In the following March 
a new illustrated French monthly made its appearance — 
LArtdu Theatre. It is chiefly occupied with the Drama 
and the Opera on the French stage, and is beautifully 
illustrated. The last number issued of the Chord is 
dated September, 1900. The Musical Times, Music, the 
Zeitschrift der Inter nationalen Musikgesellschaft and the 
Rivista Musicale Italiana are continued as before. 

A slight change in the name of the Nineteenth Century 
has been found necessary to meet the exigencies of 
time, and the review now bears on its cover the title 
of Nineteenth Century and After, Of the half-crown 
monthlies, Blackwood is of course the oldest, hiving 



been born in April, 1817. It is, however, styled a 
magazine. Of the half-crown reviews, the Fortnightly 
claims to be the oldest. It was started by George 
Henry Lewes in May, 1865, as a fortnightly in imitation 
of the Revue des Deux Mondes, but in October of the 
same year it became a monthly pubHcation. The 
Contemporary Review was started in January, 1866, and 
the Nineteenth Century did not appear till March, 1877, 
when Mr. James Knowles seceded from the Contemporary 
Review. The National Review only dates from March, 
1883. The Westminster Review can only claim to be 
older than any of the other monthly reviews by reckon- 
ing its birth year as the year 1824, when it was founded 
as a quarterly. In 1836, it was known as the London and 
Westminster Review ; in 1841, it became the Westminster 
Review again ; in 1847, it was the Westminster and Foreign 
Quarterly Review ; and in 1872, it returned to the name 
Westminster Review once more. It was not till April, 
1887, that the monthly series was started. 

The Metaphysical Magazine beats the record of the 
Westminster Review in regard to change of names. 
Founded in 1895 as the Metaphysical Magazine, its name 
was changed to Intelligence in June, 1897, and in April, 
1898, the name of Metaphysical Magazine was restored. 
In January, 1900, tlie name of the magazine was again 
changed to New Cycle; in .\pril, 1903, it became the 
Ideal Review ; and in January, 1901, the name of 
Metaphysical Magazine was once more restored. 

Every year the periodicals themselves furnish us with 
a number of articles relating to their history. In 
1900 several such interesting articles appeared. The 
hundredth (July) number of the Church Quarterly Review, 
for instance, surveys the work done by the well-known 
Church of England review during the twenty-five years 
of its existence. The writer concludes : — 

It has been our main object to emphasize the fact that ia the 
Church Quarterly Revieiv the Church of England possesses an 
organ which is committed at the same time to the promotion of 
learning and to the maintenanc): of Catholic truth. We have in 
the past deliberately forfeited support we might have received 
if w:e had abandoned either part of this work. We have, we are 
well aware, lost some subscribers and failed to obtain others 
because we have insisted on recognizing the claims of learning 
and the need of fair treatment of those with whom we have not 
agreed ; we have suffered similar losses because of attitudes which 
have been required, as it has seemed to us, by fidelity to the full 
Christian system and the teaching of our Lord. 

It is a solemn thing for an individual to look back over twenty- 
five years of active life. When we consider the wide influence 
of printed words, there is perhaps an even more solemn 
element in such a retrospect by the editor and contributors of a 
Review. At least we may claim for our own pages that, with 
whatever shortcomings, they have been consistently devoted to a 
real attempt to maintain that which is true and that which is right 
in a spirit of earnest loyalty to the revealed teaching of Almighty 
God. 

In the April number of the Quarterly Review there is a 
notice of Whitwell Elwin, who was first a contributor to 
and, later, editor of the Quarterly, which should not be 
overlooked in a history of the Review. The Quarterly 
Review was started in 1809, and Elwin succeeded John 
Gibson Lockhart as editor in 1853, and resigned his 
editorship in i8r)0. He contributed about forty articles 
to the Review, the subjects being Johnson, Goldsmith, 
Fielding, Sterne, Cowper, Thackeray, Sir Joshua 
Reynolds, Sir William Napier, Sir Charles Napier, Lord 
Raglan, etc., etc. 

We have two more articles on Chambers's yonrnal 
published in the journal — one by a working-man entitled 



rNTRODUCTION. 



Vll. 



" My First Investment in Chambers's jfournal" and the 
second " Some of the Latest Contributors to Chambers s 
Journal'' In the January number of the Open Court 
Mr. C. C. Bonney explained the principles of the 
magazine, which is devoted to " The Science of Religion, 
the Religion of Science, and the extension of the 
Religious Parliament idea." 

The article, by Mr. Henry M. Alden, on " Fifty Years 
of Harper s Magazine " was noticed in Volume X. of the 
Index. Another article on an illustrated magazine is 
" The Making and Marketing of Munsey^s Magazine^" by 
Mr. Frank A. Munsey, which appeared in Munsey 
for Januaiy. Mr. Munsey considers magazine-editing 
the most difficult kind of journaUsm. On the other 
hand, the magazine has as one of its mainstays fiction — 
the short story and the serial ; it has a marked advantage 
over the daily and the weekly in its illustrations, its more 
perfect letterpress, its more carefully selected and 
carefully written contents, and its convenient and 
preservable shape. But, naturally, the most important 
point is to decide what to put into a magazine. News 
and matters of mere local interest are out of the question. 
Mr. McClure, it is said, makes a magazine to suit his own 
taste, but Mr. Munsey follows a different plan of gaug- 
ing the popular taste. He says : — 

I have not made a magazine for myself, nor for any particular 
set or faction, but for human nature as I understand it — for all the 
people everywhere. I have assumed, and I think I am right in the 
belief, that it matters little where one is, whether he be in 
London or New York, in the mountains of the West, or on 
the plains of Texas, the human heart is pietty much the same. It 
follows, then, that there are certain themes on which one can 
depend to awaken an inierest in all communities alike. I need 
mention only one to substantiate this statement, and this is 
'* romance." The world will never tin; of a true, pure, romantic 
love story. It is not a question of locality, not a question of 
nationality. Such a theme is always new, always absorbing. 

For nearly seven years now Mr. Munsey has pubHshed 
his magazine at ten cents a copy, and at the rate of 
650,000 a month. He has his own printing machinery, 
electro-typing establishment, and bindery. 

The story of Mr. Pearson's publications was told in 
the Review of Rexfiews for May. Mr. Robert Bell has 
contributed to the September Ladys Realm an interesting 
notice of Ladies' Papers a Hundred Years Ago. The 
ladies' papers, he says, were invented as far back as the 
seventeenth century ; and a century ago London had a 
lively group of them. Another article, not without 
interest in the history of periodicals, is that on the various 
boys' school and college magazines which appeared in 
Harmsworth in October. 

Hidden away in the Department known as "Tiie 
Contributors' Club," the Atlantic Monthly for September 
publishes two short but very interesting contributions on 
the subject of periodical literature. In the first, dealing 
with the Conduct of American Magazines, the writer 



shows us one more opening for the wealth of the 
millionaire. He writes : — 

How is it, for example, that we do not possess, in America, a 
magazine which will accept an article, no matter how important, 
which contains as many as 15,000 words ? Why is this limitation 
set? Is it for artistic reasons? Is it not, rather, that com- 
mercial success is supposed to be endangered by printing long 
articles ? that it is taken for granted that the average reader must 
be supplied with literature of a certain type — or length — ^that his 
food must be cut up into convenient morsels ? 

In America the choice of subject and the choice of method are 
more restricted than in any other country. In one word, is not 
an author to-day more or less in the position of a musician to whom 
it is prescribed that he shall write in | time, in the key of C 
major, in sonata form, on one of a set of themes selected for him 
by others ? 

If the facts are as stated, why are they so ? Do not these and 
other limitations depend finally upon merely commercial con- 
siderations? Is not Art, in fact, put to one side to serve 
Mammon ? 

I know a periodical which counts its subscribers by hundreds of 
thousands which will not risk the loss of a hundred by printing 
an article, otherwise pronounced to be wholly satisfactory, in 
which the doctrine of evolution is assumed as true. 

Is there a remedy for this state of things ? I see only two pos- 
sible exits from the situation. One of them is to add to the 
established magazines an Independent Section. The other is 
to found a subsidized magazine which is prepared to pay no 
dividends and to lose large sums monthly for the sake of printing 
any really good work, no matter whether it is long or short, con- 
ventional or not. . . . If I were the next millionaire who 
means to found a college, I would stop, and found this subsidized 
magazine instead. 

In the second article in the same magazine a writer 
makes another interesting suggestion for a new periodical 
in the Retrospective Review, 

Why should we not have (he writes) a monthly or a weekly 
magarine devoted entirely to the literature, art, and history of past 
times ? 

One use of the Retrospective Review would be to reprint 
from time to time the great books of the world that every child 
should know. There are books to be reprinted for the fathers, 
also books in foreign tongues as well as in English. 

It is not only in prose that the Review would serve its purpose, 
but in poetry also. There should be a place for all the fine 
poetry of the world as well as for all the prose. And after it is so 
presented, there should be a place for critical essays, to say why it 
is fine and how. History can be treated in the same way, and 
biography. 

In the field of art the Review would be most useful. Every 
child ought to be familiar with the great pictures and statues of the 
world. A few pages of text would serve to fix the place of the 
artist and of his work in their right perspective. We might have 
a paper on the Abbeys of England or the Mogul architecture in 
India. 

My Review would reprint Charles Readers **Peg Woffington," 
Froissart's "Battle of Cr^cy," Wordsworth's "Ode to Duty." 
These things, and a thousand more, a Retrospective Review 
would periodically present to all of us. Can we afford to go on 
a moment longer without it ? 



BIBLIOGRAPHY, ETC. 



Since the publication of Vol. X. of the Index several 
important additions to the list of bibUographies require 
to be made. The American "Annual Literary Index" 
has published the volume for 1900 ; the " Bibliographic 
der Deutschen Zeitschriften-Litteratur " has issued two 
more half-yearly volumes, bringing the work down to 
the end of 1900 ; and the " Repertoire Bibliographique 
des Revues Fran^aises " has completed its third volume, 
covering the year i8(;9. 



In Vol. VII. (1896) of this Index there appeared a list 
of general indexes to scries of periodicals. Since 1896, 
the following additions have been made : — 

Amerioan Gatbollo Quarterly.— General Index to Vols. 
I.— XXV., 1876— 1900, 25 cents. 211, South Suclh Street, 
Philadelphia. 

Library Jonmal. — General Index to Vols. I. — XXII., 
Sept., 1876— Dec., 1897, compiled by F. J. Teggart, 298, 
Broadway, New York. 



Vlll 



INTRODUCTION. 



KUBionary Beviiew of the World.— General Index to 
Vols. I. — X. of the New Series, compiled by Dr. Arthur T. 
Pierson, 3 dollars. Messrs. Funk & Wagnalls, 44, Fleet Street, 
London ; and 30, Lafayette Place, New York. 

Presbyterian and Seformed Reylew.— General Index to 
Vols. L — X., 1890 — 1899, published in the Review^ Oct., 1899. 
McCalla & Co., 237, Dock Street, Philadelphia. 

Work-— General Index to Vols. I.— X. Cassell, Ludgate 
Hill, London. 

FOBKZGN. 

Dente^e Bondeolian. — General Index to Vols. I. -XL., 
Oct., 1874 — Sept., 1884, 5 Mks. ; and General Index to Vols. 
XLI.— LXXX., Oct., 1884— Sept., 1894. 7 Mks. Gebr. 
Paetel, Berlin. 

Reyne Hlstorlque. — General Index (No. IV.) to Vols, 
for 1891—1895. 3 fr. Felix Alcan, loS, Boulevard St. 
Germain, Paris. 

Reyne Polltlqne et Parlementalre. — General Index to 
Vols. I. — XXIII., July, 1894 — Mar., 1900, published in the 
Revue ^ April, 1900. Armand Colin, 5, Rue de Mezidres, 
Paris. 

Mr. Alfred Cotgreave has quite completed his 
"Contents-Subject Index to General and Periodical 
Literature." Miss Bailey has issued the first annual 
volume (1899) of her Index to the Times, and the volume 
for 1900 is in preparation ; meanwhile the monthly issues 
are continued regularly. The Liberal Magazine continues 
an invaluable political handbook for politicians of all 
parties. The American Current Hislory^ referred to in 
Vol. VII. of this Index, was continued as a quarterly till 
1899; in March, 1900, with Vol. X., it became a monthly. 
Three volumes (1898 — 1900) of Morison's '* Chronicle of 
the Year's News," a diary of events, have been issued. 
A catalogue of the French Literature of 1900 is the 
" Repertoire Bibliographique de la Librairie Fran^aise " 
by D. Jordell. 

The "Annual Index to Periodicals" for 1909 gives 
references to a number of articles on Special Libraries 
or Collections on Special Subjects, as well as Lists of 
Works on Special Subjects. The following is a list of 
the Bibliographies of Special Subjects issued in, or in 
connection with, the Periodicals of 1900 : — 

Africa : llie Souih African Conflict ; Its Legal and Political Aspect : 
Bibliography, by F. A. Cleveland, in Annals 0/ the American Academy 
of Political and Social Science ^ Jan., 1900. Pp. a. 

Archaeology : 
Index of Archsological Papers published in 1899, ^y G* Laurence Gomme. 

Pp. 55. 
Bibliography of Archaeology, 1899, by Prof. Harold N. Fowler, in 
American Joutnal of Archttologyy Sept., 1900. Pp. aS. 
Army (see also War} : 
List of Military Works of Reference, by Capt. M. J. D. Cockle, xn Library 
IVorldf Apr., 1900. Pp. i^. 
Art : Select List of Books on Book-Illustrating, by H. G. T. Cannons, in 

Library World, Apr., loco. Pp. a. 
Biblical Criticism, see Theology. 
Canada : Reading-List on Canada and Montreal in Library JourntU, 

Mar., xgoo. Pp. \\. 
Child-Labour : Bibliography in Chautauquan, Feb., zooo. Pp. 9. 
China and the Far Eastern Question : Bibliography, hy C. H. Hastings, 

in Chautauquan, May^ z^oo. Pp. a. 
Clubs for Women : Bibliography, by C. H. Hastings, in Chautauquan, 

Apr.. 1900. Pp. a. 
Colonies : Systems and Forms of Colonial Government ; Bibliography, by 

C. H. Hastings, iu Chautauquan, June, Z900. Pp. a. 
Education : 
Bibliography of Education for 1899, by James I. Wyer, Jr., and Isabel E. 

Lord, in Educationnl Revitw (America], Apr., 1900. Pp. 60. 
Books for Teachers in Secondary Schools, by William W. Bishop, in 

Educational Review (America), Feb., Z900. Pp. za. 
Farther Contributions toward a History of Elarlier Education in Great 
Britain, by W. Carew Haxlitt, in Antiqt*.iry, May and July, 1900. 
Pp. 8|. 
Engineering : 
Bibliography of Engineering, etc., in Engineering Magazine, 1900. 

Pp. 38c. 
The World's Industrial-£lngineering P/ess; Bibliography, in Feilden^s 
Magazine, 1900. Pp. Z45. 



Fiction : 
List of Sequel Stories, by Thomas Aldred, in Library Worlds June, July, 

Aug., and Sept., Z900. Pp. Z4. 
List of Tales of Terror, by Christabel F. FiskCj in Conservative Review, 

Mar., r^oo. Pp. z. 
List of French Fiction and French Juvenile literature for the Public 
Library, by Henry Guppy, in Library Association Record, July, 1900. 
Pp. 6^. 
French Literature : French Fiction and French Juvenile Literature for 
the Public Library : List by Henry Guppy, in Library Association Record, 
July, 1900. Pp. 61. 
Geography (see also Maps, Geology) : 
Geographical Literature of the Month ; Bibliography, by Dr. Hugh R. 

Mill, in Geographical yourneU, 1900. Pp. zga. 
List of Current Books, etc., on Geography, in Journal oj the Manchester 

Geographical Society. June, 1900. Pp. 8. 
Bibliography of Geography for 1899, issued by the Annalesde Giographie. 
and edited by L. Kaveneau Armand Colin, Paris. 5 frs. Pp. 330. 
Qeology : 
Summaries of Current North American Pre-Cambrian Literature, by C. K. 

Leith, in Journal of Geology, Aujr. and Oct., 7900. Pp. as. 
Pleistocene Shells from the Raised Beach Deposits of the Red Sea, by R. 
Bullen Newton, in Geological Magazine, Dec., 1900. Pp. a. 
History (see also Army, Africa, Politics, Colonies; Local History, Municipal 
Government, etc. ) : 
Bibliography of History ; Notices of Periodical Literature, in Eugiish 

Historical Review, T9oa Pp. a6. 
War and Economics in Hiitory and in Theory; Bibliography by E. V. 
Robinson, in Political Scifnce Quarterly, Dec, Z900. Pp. 5^. 
Labour, see Women, Children. 
Libraries and Librarians: 
Librariana ; Outline of the Literature of Libraries, by F. J. Teggart, in 

Library Journal^ May, Sept., and Oct., iQoo. Pp. loj. 
The Librarian's Library ; List of Books in Library Wot Id, June, 1900. 

Pp. 4. 
Women Librarians and Their Future Prospects; Bibliography, by Miss 
M. Sj R. James, in Library Association Record, June, 1900. Pp. 4^. 
Local l-listory (see also Municipal Government) : 
Li.<t of Printed Churchwardens' Accounts, by Miss Elsbeth Philipps, in 
English Historical Review^ Apr., Z900. I^. 7. 
IMaps : 
Bibliography of New Maps, by J. Coles, in Geographical Journal, Jan. — 

May, Z900. Pp. 33. 
Bibliograuhy of New Mapi^, by E. A. Reeves, in Geographical Jourfial^ 
June — Dec, z9od. Pp. 34. 
Municipal Qovernment : Bibliography of Municipal Government, in 

Municipal Affairs, Mar., June, and Sept., 1900. Pp. 60. 
Periodicals : Bibliography of Periodicals relating to the Woman Movement, 

in Englishwonian^s Review, July and Oct., Z900. Pp. 5^. 
Political Economy, Sociology (see also Syndicates and Irusts, Municipal 
Government, Settlements, Rural Life, Women, Children, etc.) : 
Recent Publications upon Economics, in Quarterly Journal of Economics, 

1900. Pp. 59. 
Recent Penudicals and New Books, in Economic Journal, Mar. and June, 

Z900. Pp. ar. 
Bibliography uf Sociology, conducted by C. H. Hastings, in American 

Journal of Sociology, Jan., Mar., May, and July, z<;oo. Pp. 38. 
War and Economics in History and in Iheory ; iJibliography by £. V. 
Robinson, in Political Science Quarterly, Dec, 1900. Pp. 5 J. 
Politics, IMiscellaneous (see also Colonies, etc.) : 
Party Government in England, France, ana the United States ; Bibliography 
in Chautauquan, Oct., 1900. Pp. 9}. 
Printing: Practical and Historical Printing; Select List of Books, by H. 

G. T. Cannonsi, ifi Library World, Mar. and Apr , Z9C0. Pp. 4}. 
Psychology : The Psychological Index ; Bibliography of the Literature of 
Psychology, compiled by Howard C Warren and Others, and issued as a 
Supplement to the Psychological Revie^v. 75 cents. Vol. VII., z9oa Pp. 
Z79. 
Red Sea : Pleistocene Shells from the Raised Beach Deposits of the Red 
Sea ; Bibliography, by R. Bullen -New ton, in Geological Magazine, Nov. 
and Dec, Z900. Pp. a. 
Rural^ Life : Village Improvement Associations and Kindred Topics : 

Bibliography by Jessie M. Good, in Chautauquan, Dec , looo. Pp. a^. 
Settlements : College, Social, and University Settlements ; Bibliography, in 

Chautauquan, Mar., 1900. Pp. a. 
Sociology, see Political Economy. 
Syndicates and Trusts : Bibliography in Chautauquan, Nov., 1900. 

Pp. a. 
Theology : 

Record of Select Literature, in Critical Review, iQoo. Pp. 54. 
Biblical Interpretation or the Higher Criticism ; Bibliography taChatetare- 
quan, Jan., 1900. Pp. a. 
War : War and Economics in History and in Theocy ; Bibliography, by 

E. V. Robinson, in Political Science Quar.'erly, Dec , zjos. Pp. 5^. 
Women Questions : 
Women Labour and Child Labour ; Bibliography in Chautauquan, Feb., 

igoc. Pp. a. 
Bibliography of Women's Questions, in Englishwoman's Revievo, x^oq. 

Pp. 14^. 
Bibliography of Periodicalii, etc., relating to the Woman Movement, in 

En^lishrvaman's Review, July and Oct., Z900. Pp. 5J. 
Women Librarians; Bibliography, by Miss M. S. R. James, in Librttry 

Association Record, Jtme, 1900. Pp. 4^. 
Woman's Clubs ; Bibliography, by C. H. Hastings, in Chau.'auquav, Apr., 
1900. Pp. 7. 

E. Hethkrixgtox. 



INDEX 



TO THE 



PERIODICALS OF iQoo 



INDEX TO THE PERIODICALS OF 1900. 



Abbreviations of Magazine Titles used in this Index, 



Ainslee 
A.C. Q. 

A. H. 

A.J.Archieol. 

A. J. Ptychol. 

A. J. 6oc. 

A. A. 

A. A. P. 8. 



Ant. 

Arch. Rec. 
Arch. Rev. 
A. 

Arena Q. 
Arc. 
Art J. 
Art J. P. E. 

Artitt 
A. 6. 

Au. 

Bad. M. 
Bank. 

B.a 

Black. 
Bkman. 
Bkman. A. 
Cal. R. 
Can. M. 
Capt 
C. F. M. 

Cas. M. 
C. W. 
C. M. 
C. J. 
Chaut. 
Chord 
Ch. Mit. I. 

Ch.Q. 

Cons. R. 

C. R. 
C. 

Cos. 
Critic 
Crit. R. 
Dome 

D. R. 
Econ. J. 
Econ. R. 

E. R. 
Ed. R. L 



Ainiee's Magasine 
American Catholic 

Quarterly 
American Historical 

Review 
American Journal of 

Aidiaeolosy 
American Journal of 

Ps3rcholoKy 
American Journal of 

Sociology 
An^lo-American Maga- 

ane 
Annals of the American 
Academy of Political 
and Social Science 
Anti<)uary 

Architectural Record 
Architectural Review 
Arena 

Arena Quarterly 
Argosy 
Art Journal 
Art Journal Paris 
Exhibition Numbers 
Artist 

Asiatic Quarterly 
Atlantic Monthly 
Author 

Badminton Magazine 
Hankers' Magazine 
Bibliotheca Sacra 
Blackwood's Magarine 
Bookman (London) 
Bookman (America) 
Calcutta Review 
Canadian Magazine 
Captain 
CasseU's (Family) 

Magazine 
Caasier's Magazine 
Catholic World 
Century Macazine 
Chambers's Journal 
Chautauqtun 
Chord 

Church Missionary In- 
telligencer 
Church Quarterly Re- 
view 
Conservative Review 
Contemporary Review 
Comhili Magazine 
Cosmopolitan 
Critic 

Critk^l Review 
Dome 

Dublin Review 
Economic Journal 
Economic Review 
Edinburgh Review 
Educational Review 
(London) 



->f: 



Ed. R. A. 

Ed,T. 
Eng. M. 
Enr. T. 

E. H. 

E.I. 

Eng. W. R. 

Ex. 

EX.T. 

Felld. 

F. L. 
F. R. 
F. 
Fr. L. 

Qeneal. M. 

Q. M. 
Q. J. 
Qeol. M. 
Q. O. P. 
Q. R. 
Q. W. 
Q-T. 
Harms. 

Harp. 
H. a M. 

Hom. R. 

Humane R. 

H. 

Ideal R. 

I. 

I. C. M. 

I. L. 

In. Ch. Q. 

I. J. E. 

Inter. M. 
Ir. E. R. 

Ir. M. 
Jew. Q. 
J. B. A. 

J. Ed. 

J. Qeol. 

J. Man. GL 8. 



J. P. Econ. 
J. R. A. 8. 
J. R. C. I. 



Educational Review 
(America) 

Eoucational Times 

Engineering Magazme 

Engineering Times 

English Historical Re- 
view 

English Illustrated 
Magazine 

SnglisKwoman's Re- 
view 

Expositor 

Expositorv Times 

Feilden's Magazine 

Folk Lore 

Fortnightly Review 

Forum 
rank Leslie's Popular 
Monthly 

Genealogical Maga- 
zine 

Gentleman's Magazine 

Geographical Journal 

Geological Magazine 

Girl's Own Paper 

Giri's Realm 

Good Words 

Great Thoughts 

Harmsworth Maga- 
zine 

Harper's Magazine 

Harvard Graduates' 
Magazine 

HomiTetic Review 

Humane Review 

Humanitarian 

Ideal Review 

Idler 

Imperial and Colonial 
Magazine 

Index library 

Indian Church Quar- 
teriy Review 

International Journal 
of Ethics 

Intemationnl Monihlyv 

Irish Ecclesiastical 
Record 

Irish Monthly 

Jewish Quarterly 

Journal of the Board 
of Agriculture 

Journal of Education 

Journal of Geology 

Journal of the Man- 
chester Geographical 
Society 

Journal of Political 
Economy 

Journal of the Royal 
Agricultural Society 

Journal of the Royal 
Colonial Institute 



J. R. U. 8. 1. 

J. Theol. 8. 
J. U. 8. 1. I. 



Jur. R. 
K. 

L. R. 
Und M. 
LawM. 

L. H. 
LIbr. 
Libr. A. R. 

Libr. J. 
LIbr. W. 



Lip 



t 



Long. 
Lud. 
McCI. 
Mac. 
Mad. R. 
M. Art. 
Man. Q. 
Mind 
Mis. R. 

Mon. 
M. 

Mun. A. 
Munsey 
Mus. 
Mus. T. 
Nat R. 
Naut. M. 
New C. R. 
New Cycle 
N. E. M. 

N. I. R. 
New W. 
N. C. 
N. A. R. 

O. C. 

o. 

O. M. 
Paldol. 
P. E. F. 

P. M. M. 
P. R. 
P. M. 
Phil. R. 
Phys. R. 
P. L 



Journal of the Royal 
United Service Insti- 
tution 

Journal of Theological 
Studies 

Journal of the United 
Service Institution ol 
India 

iuridical Review 
knowledge 

Lady's Realm 

Land Magazine 

Law Magazine and 
Review 

Leisure Hour 

library 

Library Association 
Record 

Library Journal 

Library World 

Lippincott's Monthly 

London Quarterly Re- 
view 

Longman's Magazine 

Luxate 

McClure's Magazine 

Macmillan's Magazine 

Madras Review 

Magazine of Art 

Manchester Quarterly 

Mind 

Missionary Review of 
the Worid 

Monist 

Month 

Monthly Review 

Municipal Affairs 

Munsey*s Magazine 

Music 

Musical Tlmss 

National Review 

Nautical Magazine 

New Century Review 

New Cycle 

New England Maga- 
zine 

New Ireland Review 

New World 

Nineteenth Century 

North American Re- 
view 

Open Court 

Outing 

Overlsmd Monthly 

Paidologist 

Palestine Exploration 
Fund 

Pall Mall Magazine 

Parents' Review 

Pearson's Magazine 

Philosophical Review 

Physical Review 

Poet Lore 



P. 8c. Q. 

Pos. R. 
P. R. R. 

P. M. Q. 

Psy. R. 



Psychol. R. 
P. 8. M. 

Pur. 

Q. J. Econ. 




R. R. 

H. IT. A. 

R. R. Aus. 

Royal 
8t. Q. 
8t. N. 
8t P. 
8. B. Q. 
8c. Q. 
8cots 
8cot. Q. M. 

iBcot. R. 
8cHb. 
8tr. 
8tu. 
Sun. H. 
Sun. M. 
Sun. 8tr. 
T. B. 
T. M. 
Theos. R. 
U. 8. M. 

Universal 
Univ. 

W. R. 
W. W. 
Windmill 
W. M. 
W. H. 
W. Work 
Y. R. 
Y. M. 
Y. W. 



Political Science Quar- 
terly 

Positivist Review 

Presbyterian and Re- 
formed Review 

Primitive Methodist 
Quarterly Review 

Proceedings of the 
Society tor Psychical 
Research 

Psvdiological Review 

Public School Maga- 
zine 

Puritan 

Quarterly Journal of 
Economics 

Quarteriy Review 

Quiver 

Railway Magazine 

Reliquary and Illus- 
trated Archasolo^st 

Review of Reviews 
(London) 

Review of Reviews 
(American Edition) 

Review of Reviews 
(Ausmlssian Edition) 

Royal Magazine 

Saint George 

St Nicholas 

Saint Peter's 

School Board Gazette 

Science Gossip 

Scots Magazine 

Scottish Geographical 
Magazine 

Scottish Review 

Scribner's Magazine 

Strand Magazine 

Studio 

Sunday at Home 

Sunday Magazine 

Sunday Strand 

Temple Bar 

Temple Magazine' 

Theosophical Review 

United Service M»ga- 
zine 

Universal Magazine 

University Magazine 
and Free Review 

Westminster Review 

Wide World Magazine 

WindmiU 

Wiudaor Magazine 

Woman at Home 

World's VVork 

Yale Review 

Young Man 

Young Woman 






Explanation. 



The periodicftls (quarterlies and monthlies) are indexed from January to December, 1900, irrespective of volumes. As 
yet no weeklies are included in the scheme. 

In addition to the abbreviations of the titles of magazines, note that the number of the volume, the month, and the 
page of the magazine in which each article will be found are given, 'while the figures in parentheses refer to the volume, 
month, and page of the Review of Reviews (London edition) where the article is summarized or otherwise noticed. In case 
of a series of articles on one subject in one magazine, the name of the magazine is not repeated with each reference, only 
the month and the page, and the number of the volume where necessary. 

Thus Scrlli, XXVII. June, 677 (XXI. June, 546); XXVIII. July, 113 (XXII. July, 57), would read Scribner's 
Magazine^ Vol. XXVII., June, page 677, with a notice in the Review of Revitws (London edition). Vol. XXI., June, 
page 546; Scribner again. Vol. XXVIIL, July, page 113, with a further notice in the Review of Reviews^ Vol. XXIL, 

July, page 57. 

« 
(Map) means that the article is accompanied by a map, and (///.) that it is illustrated. 

Articles are classified and arranged under subheadings as much as possible, and authors' names, when available, are 
given. In addition, many authors will find their articles tabulated under their names ; unfortunately, owing to the exigencies 
of space, this has not been posnble in every instance. Articles with vague titles are usually indexed under some word in 
the title with an explanatory sub-title added ; or, a cross-reference is given to show under which heading the article will be 
fonnd. Occasionally an article appears simultaneously in an English and in an American review, in which case ''Same 
Article " is stated. Poems are indexed under the authors' names ; the same holds good with novelists and most other 
writers whose books are reviewed in the periodicals. 

Critical and biographical notices of artists are given under the names of the artists, of musicians under the musicians' 
names, etc. A list of artists noticed will be found under the heading ''Art"; musicians and composers under "Music"; 
dramatists and actors under "Theatres and the Drama"; novelists under "Fiction"; etc., etc. Dates of births and 
deaths where readily obtainable have been inserted with the names of persons now dead ; but with kings, emperors, etc., 
the dates of their reigns have usually been preferred. Dates of important events have also been added. Serials and 
short stories are not indexed, but the chief poems are given. 



Abbas II., aee Egypt (Khedive Abbas II. of) 

Abbe, Prof. Ernst, and the QlaM Works of Jena : Ctisting a Great 

Lens; a New Venture ia Practical Philanthropy, by Ray S. Baker (<//.}, 

McCI, XV. Oct, 544 
Abbey, Edwin Austin, Artist: 

Bell, Mrs. Arthur, on {Ul.), Artist, XXIX. Dec, x6q 

Strachey, Henry, on («//.), Harp. XXXIX. May, 873 
Abbey Churches, aee uoder Churches 
Abbeys, Monasteries, see Monasteries 
Abbott, Eleanor Hallowell, Poem by,— *'The Toy Commandments," 

Harp, XL. Aue, 433 
Abbott, Rev. Dr. Lyman, 
, On Jesui Christ as Missionary (i//.), Q, June, 69X, July, 8^7 

On the Power of Mr. Moody's Ministry, N A R, CLXX. Feb, 263 (XXI. 
Mar, a6i) 

On Benjamin B. O'Dell, Jr. (<?/.), R R A. XXII. Dec, 687 
Abdur Rahman, see Afghanistan (Amir of) 
Abdu-r-rahmin, lived x6th Century : 

Was Abdu-r-rahmIn the Translator of Bftbar's Memoirs into Persian ? by 
H. BeTeridge, A Q, X. July, 114 
Abell, H. F., 

On His Collection of Curios; Round My Smoking-Room, T B, CXIX. Feb, 
aao 

On His Sketching R.coUecttonst T B, CXXI. Nov, 374 



Aberdeen, Countess of, — ^The Lady Absrdeen Association for the Distribu- 
tion of Books, etc., in Canada, by Miss £. £. Laidlaw, LIbr J, XXV. 
Aug, 87 

Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire, see under Scotland 

Aberdeen University, see under Universities 

Aberfeldy, see under Scotland 

Aberystwyth and the University College of Wales, see under Wal^ 

Aborigines, see under Anthropology, etc 

Abrahams, I., on Paul of Burgos m London, Jew Q, XII. Jan, 355 

AbruzzI, Duke of, 
The Arctic Expedition of Duke of the Abruzzi, by Dr. O. Malagodi [Hi.), 

8tr, XX. Nov, 553 
The Ascent of Mount St. Elias by Duke of the Abruzzi, W.S.B. on («r/.), 
Scot Q M, XVI. Dsc 703 

Abyssinia, see under Africa 

Academic Freedom, see under Universities 

Academy of the Dead, by Wm. Archer, M R, I. Dec. ti8 [XXII. Dec, 574} 

Acadia, see Nova Scotia (under Canada) 

Accessions In Libraries, see under Libraries 

Accident Insurance, see under Insurance 

Accidents, see Fire, Bridge Disasters, Explosions, Shipping Disasters, etc. 

Accidents to Workmen and Labour Insurance, see under Labour 
Problems 

Acetylene : 
On the Temperature of the Acetylene Flame, by Edward L. Nichols 

{diagrams), Phys R. X. Ajw, 234 
Prelioimary Note on the Efficiency of the Acetylene Flame» by Edward 
L. Nichols [diagrams), Phys R, XL Oct, a 15 



INDEX TO THE 



Aconcagua. 



Africa. 



Aconcagua, see under Chili 

Acoustic*, see Sound 

Acquaintancethip and Friendship, by Rev. J. T. Forbes, Pur, III. 

July, 563 
Acrostics : Qavis Acrostica; a Key to" DubUn Acrostics," Ir 1^, XXVIII. 

Mar, 156, May, 326, June, 388, July, 445, Aug, 496, Sept, 562, Oct, 604, 

Nov, 650. Dec, 701 
Acton : The Passmore Edwards Public Library («r/.). Libr W, II. May, 998 
Actors and Acting, see under Theatres and the Drama 
Acts of tlie Apostles, see tmder Bible and Biblical Criticism 
Acyaghoslia : The First Advocate of the Mah&yiina Buddhism, by Teitaro 

Suzuki, IMon, X. Jan, ai6 
Adam, Robert, Architect, rjaS— 1799, Percy Fitzgerald on {ill.). Arch 

Rev, VII. Apr, 147, June, 273; Vllt. Sept, 120 
Adams, Miss, and the Jodhpur Hospital for Women, Rajputana, by 

Grace Hamilton (*^/.), Sun H, Aug, 666 
Adams, Brooks, 

"America's Economic Supremacy *' by Brooks Adams, Unsigned Article 
on, H Q M, IX. Dec, zq2 

On Russia's Interest in China, A M, LXXXVI. Sept, 309 
Adams, Cyrus C, 

On Trusts in Europe, Ainslee, VI. Sept. 125 

On Religions and Commerce, Ainslee, V. July, 509 
Adams, Qeorge B.. on the Critical Period of English Constitutional History, 

X954—1295, A H, V. July, 643 
Adams, John, 1735—1836 : 

New England's First President, by Rev. E. P. Powell, A, XXIV. July, ^1 

A Radical as Statesman, by Frederic Bancroft, A M, LxXXVI. 
Aug, 277 
Adams. John Quincy, (1767 — 1848), on the Definition of an Orphan, 

C M, LX. June, 313 
Adams, Maurice, on the Ethics of Tolstoy and Nietzsche, I J E, XI. Oct, 

8a 
Adams, William, died 1620 : The First Englishman in Japan, by William 

Foster (i//.), I C M, I. Dec. 254 
Adams's Shipbuilding Yard at Buckler's Hard, 1770—1800 : The 

Ships of the New Forest, by W. J. Fletcher, T B, CXX. June, 246 
Adams, North, Mass., and Its Public Library, by Annie B. Jackson 

{til.), LIbr J, XXV. Mar, 105 
Adderley, Rev. J. Q., on the "Master Christian." by Miss Marie Corelli, 

Bkman, XIX. Oct, 10 
Adeane's (Miss J. H.) Books on Lady Stanley of Alderley, see 

under Stanley (Lady) 
Adirondack Mts. : 

An American Playground, by Maximilian Foster {HI.), Munsey, XXIV. 
Oct, 57 

Afoot in Nature's Game Preserves, by Leonidas Hubbard, Jr. (<//), O, 
XXXVII. Nov, 196 
Adier, Elkan Nathan, 

** Notes surles Ch. VII. 2;— XII. i de Ben Sira"edit^s par Elkan N. 
Adler. Prof. Israel L^vi on (in French), Jew Q, XIII. Oct, x 

On Some Missing Chapters of Ben Sira, Jew Q, XII. Apr, 466 

On Karaitica, Jew Q, XII. July, 674 
Adler, E. N., and I. Broyd6 on an Ancient Bookseller's Catalogue, Jew 

S, XIII. Oct, 53 
er, Marcus N., on Chinese Jews, Jew Q, XIII. Oct, 18 
Administrative Reform in the Public Service, see Government Depart- 
ments, Civil Seryice, Army. Navy, etc 
Admiralty Surveys, see under Physical Geography 
Adula (Steamship) Inquiry, by S^R. Chandler, Naut M, LXIX. Feb, 88 
Advertising : 
Publishers'^ Advert'sements ; Exchange and the Contra Account, Au, X. 

Jan, x68 
How Americans advertise, by Miss F. Klickmann (i//.), W M, XI. Feb, 

345 
As advertised, by Miss Agnes Repplier, Lipp, LXVI. Dec, 9x2 
Advertising run mad, by J. De Witt Warner (*?/.), Mun A, IV. June, 

267 
Strange Things seen m Shop Windows, by R. Machray {Hi.), Royal, III. 

Apr, <T5 
living Signs, by C. M. McGovem {ill.). Royal, III. Jan. 264 
The Poster Academy, by Austin Fryers Itll ), Lud, X. Aug, 380 
Artistic Railway Posters, by W. Gunn Gwennett {i/l.), Rail M, VII. Nov. 

4x6 
'* Agony" Advertisements, by G. Stanley Ellis, Q W, XLI. Dec, 827 
Advice : A Piece of Advice, by Madge C. McGuinnesa, A A, III. Apr, 336 
Ady, Mrs., see Cartwright (Julia) 
Aerial Navigation and Ballooning, see Ballooning 
Aerial Transport : 
Process in Aerial Transportation, by William Hewitt {til.), Cas M, 

aVII. Apr, 502 
Mechanical Transport Appliances in Mining; and Engineering Works, by 
* , o o T :...-,., ,^ t__.- ^„.,. -n, 501 (XXL Feb, 154) 

ipencer Miller {HI.), Eng M, 



A 

The 



. J. S. B. Little [HI.), Eng M, XVIII. Jan. sor (XXL Feb, 154) 
I Problem of Coalmg Warships at Sea, by Si 
XVIIL Feb, 710 (XXL Mar, «6a) 



Aeschylus, 525 — 456 b.c., and "Agamemnon" at Bradfield College : 
E. C. Marchant on, Ed T, LI II. Aug, 315 
Unsigned Article on, P S M, VI. Aug, 97 
Aesthetlclsm : 
*' Ruskin and the Religion of Beauty " by R. de La Sizeranne, see under 

Ruskin (John) 
An Attempted Experiment in Psychological Aesthetics, at Wellesley 

College. Mass., b^ Marv W. Calkins, Psychol R, VI 1. Nov, 580 
The Early Aesthetic Culture of the Child-Mind, by Irene Langridge, 
P R, XL Oct, 673 



Afnnities : Symposium. L R, VIII. Oct, 746 

Afghanistan (see also Pamirs ; and Frontier Waxs, Frontier PoUcy (under 
India) ) : 
The Present Status of Afghanistan, by Sultan Mohammad Khan, F, 

XXIX. Aug, 64X (XXII. Sept. 263) 
Afghanistan ; the Key to India, by Ar.hibald R. Colquhoun, A Q, IX. 

July, 25 
Russia and Afghanistan : Cabul and Herat, by D. C Boulger, C R. 

LXXVII. Jan, 40 (XXI. Jan, 1:9) 
The Coming Afghan Crisis, by D. C. Boulger, F R, LXVIL June, 994 

(XXL June, 557) 
The Problem of the Middle East, by Gen. Sir Thomas Gordon, N C, 

XLVIL Mar, 413 
Lord Lytton and the Afghans, Cal R, CXI. July, 112 
Fronti;r Policy and Lord Lytton's Administration, E R, CXCI. Jan, *=6 

(XXL Feb, 156) 
Tactical Studies from the Afghan War of 1878-80, by Lieut.-CoL A. 

Keene {maps), J U S I I, XXIX. July, 235, Oct, 349 
Lord Roberts in the Afghan War, (about 1878^1880), by an Officer {ill. ), 

W H, X. Dec, 295 
Why and How the Afridis rose, 1898, by Capt. Arthur K. Slessor, U 8 M 

CXLI. Jan. 388 
The Khyber Pass during the Frontier War, 1898, by Miss Isabel Savory 

{iU.), L R, VII. Apr. 686 (XXI. Apr, 374) 
On the Afghan Frontier ; a Reconnaissance in Shugnan, by Lieut.-CoL A. 

Serebrennikov {HI.), Q J, XVI. Dec, f 66 
An Orographic Map of Afghanistan and Baluchistan, by Col. Sir T. H. 
Holdich {ma/), Q J. XVI. Nov, 527 
Afghanistan, Amir Abdur Rahman of, 
•'The Life of Abdur Rahman," Unsigned Article on {ill.), R R, XXII, 

Dec. 588 
Autobiographical; Details in My Daily Life, M R, 1. Oct. 35 (XXII. 
Oct, 362) 
Afloat in Dixie->Tennessee River, by Allan Hendricks, Lipp, LXVI. 

Oct, 581 
Africa (see also Articles under Egypt, Egypt and the Soudan, Egyptology) : 
North Africa, Miscellaneous : 
Senussi and His Threatened Holy War; a Warning, by T. R. llirelfall, 

N C, XLVIL Mar, 400 (XXL Mar, 340) 
The Sultan of Turkey and Central Africa, by S. H. Fitzjohn, A Q, X. 

Oct, 282 
Glimpses of Arab Life, by S. Schofield, Man Q, XIX. Oct, 347 
The Fate of My Caravan, by J. P. Kondstein (1//.), W W, IV. Feb, 

548 
Carthage; a Place of Historic Interest on the Suez Canal Route to 

India, by Commander W. F. Cabome, Naut M, LXIX. j^pr, 229 
The Log- Book of Hanno, the Carthaginian (6th Century B.C. ?), by 

J. Dundas White. Naut M, LXIX. Sept, 557 
Hannibal and Rome, by Lieut. C Holmes Wilson, U S M, CXLI. Jan, 

349 
TiipoH : 

'Ihe Sultan of Turkey and Central Africa, by S. H. Fitzjohn, A Q, X. 

Oct, 28 a 
In the City of Tripoli, by M. de Filck [Ul.), W W, V. Sept, 599 
My Escape from ihe Fortress of Tripoli, by Arif Haidar {ill.), W W, V. 

June, 266 
Algeria : 
A Coming North African Problem, by Henry M. Grey {map), M R, I. 

Dec, 75 (XXII. Dec, 574) 
Algier*, by E. F. Risser (///.). O M, XXXVI. Oct, 282. 
Algiers; the City of White Ghosts, by H. E. WooUen («//.), Capt, IV. 

Algieri, by Mrs. Edwin Chill [ai.), Q T, VII. Dec, 177 

Gibraltar to Alexander; a Reading Journey in the Orient, by Marie 

Jadwin (i7/.), Chaut, XXXII. Oct. 59 
Some Places of Historic Interest on the Suez Canal Route to India, by 

Commander W. F. Caborne, Naut M, LXIX. Jan, 33 
Morocco : 
'1 he Mogador Conflict, Dec., 1899, by Ion Perdtcaris, A Q, IX. Tan, 84 
The Possible Collapse of Morocco as an Independent Power, by Ion 

Perdicaris, A Q, X. July, 63 
Russia and Morocco, by Calpe, F R, LXVIL Feb, 258 (XXI. Feb, 153) 
llie Morocco Scare, by Walter B. Harris, Black, CLXVIII. July, t 

(XXII. July, 75) 
Yesterday avd Today in Morocco, by Budge tt Meakin, F, XXX. Nov, 

364 (XXII. Dec 578) 
A Coming North African Problem, by Henry M. Grey {map), M R, I. 

Dec, 75 (XXII. Dec, 574) 
Morocco, Past and Present, Q R, CXCII. Oct, 336 (XXII. Nov, 477) 
Some Notes about Morocco, by S. L. Bensusan {ill.), W M, XII. Aug, 

«43 
Moorish Memories, C, IX. July, 75 (XXII. July, 48, 78) 
In a Moorish Market; Notes from a Traveller's Note Book iillX E I. 

XXIV. Nov, 132 
Marakesh or Morocco City; the Imperial City, by F. G. Aflalo (af/.). 

P M M, XX, Jan, 53 
From Mogador to Morocco City, by Tom Robertson {ill.), W W, V. Sept, 

634 
Tangier ; a City of Queer Contrasts, by G. Rhodes {HI.), Royal, V. Nov, 

83 
Tangier, by Mrs. Edwin ChUl (///.), Q T, VII. Nov, 117 

Sport in Morocco, by F. G. Aflalo {ill.), E I, XXIII. May, 153 

After Tangier Pig, by Duke of Frias {Ul.), P M M, XX. Apr, 485 

(XXL Apr, 373) 
The Riff Coast Pirates, by W. B. Lord, Naut M, LXIX. Jan, 98 



Africa.— Cod ttnued. 



PERIODICALS OF 1900. 



AFKICA.*-Coodnued. 



Oct. 



Africa— cootinued. 
A Lady in the Unexplored Sahara, by Madame Jean Pommerol [ili.), 

W W. V. Apr, 54 
West Africa, Miscellaneous : 
The Imperialisation of West Africa; a Talk on Board Ship, by R, 

Blathwayt, Q T, VI. May, ixs 
Mission Work on the West Coast, by Bishop Tugwell ; Interview, by R. 

BUthwayt (i//.). Q T. V. Mar, 388 
The W^t African Fetish, by T. £. Currah. P M Q, XXII. July, 45t 
The Capture of a Slaver, by J. Taylor Wood, A M, LXXXVl. O 

Nursing in West Africa, by Miss Mary H. Kingsley, C J, III. June, 

3^« 393 
A Subaltern in the Bush, by Capt. A. K. Slessor, Mac, LXXXII. Aug, 

841 

Sierra Leone : 
In Defence of Sir David Chalmers, by Lady Chalmers, N C, XLVII. 

Mar. 485 (XXI. Mar, 263) 
A Girls' High School in Sierra Leone, by Bishop Johnson (aV.), OOP, 
XXII. Dec, 196 
Life in Mendiland. by T. K L. AUdridge [ill.), W W. VI. Nov, 191 
Gold Coast : 
A Glimpse at the Gold Coast, by Harold Bindloss, A Q, X. Oct, 3C0 
Fetish-Worship and Fetish-Men on the Gold Coast, by Lindsay W. 

Bristowe (ftT/.}. I C M. I. Dec, 967 
Stone Implements on the Gold Coast, by Lindsay W. Bristowe and H. 
P. FitzGerald Marriott (i//), K, XXIII. Nov, 34X 
Dahomey : In the Land of the Amazons, by Sir Richard F. Burton, H, 
XVI. Mar, 184 



Nigeria, the Niger Country, Hausaland, etc. : 
Recent French Ezpeditic 



itions in West Africa, 1894—1899, by Capt. A. 

Hilliard-Atteridge [ma/s], J R U 8 I. XLIV. Feb, i ix 
Samory : the Mahdi of the French Soudan, by Percy Cross Standing, 

U 8 M, CXLII. May, 155 
The Ibibio ; a West African Tribe and Its Secret Societies, by H. P. 

FitsGerald Marriott («//.). E I , XXII. Mar. 570 
The Entrance of Hausaland, by Rev. J. T. Johnston (ma/). Mis R, 

XIII. May, 35a 
What a Doctor saw in Hausaland, by Dr. T. J. Tonkin (///.), W W, IV. 

Jan, 450 
A Missionary Martyr in West Africa, by Dr. T. J. Tonkin [iU.], W W, 

IV. Mar, 670 
Our "May Meeting" and What came of It, by Dr. T. J. Tonkin (i7/.J, 

W W, V. Apr, 47 
The Mutiny of Jimbamberoro, by Dr. T. J. Tonkin {»//.), W W, V. 

June. 249 



Congo River, Congo Free State, Nile Valley, etc. : 
The Congo State and Central African Problems, by Demetrius C. Boulger 

(ma/ and i//.). Harp, XXXIX. Feb. 373 (XXL Feb. 165) 
The Reign of Terror on the Kongo, by Rev. D. C. Rankin, Mis R, XIII. 

May, 340 
Pioneering on the Congo : Interview with Rev. W. Holman Bentley, by 

Rev. R. Lovett (<//.), 8un H, Apr. 364 (XXI. Apr, 374) 
A Church Opening in Cannibal-Lan(C by H. I. Temple [tii.), W W, V. 

May, 195 
Unique Aspects of Missions to Gaboon, by Dr. R. H. Nassau («?/.), 

Mis R, XIII. lune 417 
The Wonderful iStory of Banza Manteke, by Rev. H. Richards {M.\ 

Mis R, XIII. Nov, 817. Dec, 920 
The Ufe of a Congo Carrier, by H. Ward («//.), C F M, XXX. Jan, ^46 
'like Pygmies of the Great Forest of the Upper Congo, by R. Lydekker 

(iU.h K, XXIIl. Nov, 159 
What happened to the Feather-Hunters ; Experiences among the Congo 

Cannibals, by W. Kulmann (i//.), W W, IV. Jan. 466 
A Trip from Uganda to Khartoum, by Capt. F. M. Gage {map), Nat R, 

XXXV. July, 893 (XXIL July, 74) 
The Capeto-Cairo Railway, by John H. Knight {/Map and Hi.), Eng M, 

XIX. Apr, X 
South Africa, Miscellaneous : 
llie War with the Boers and the Future of South Africa, see Subheadings 

War, Settlement, etc. eic, below 
Dr. Theal on South African History, Q R, CXCII. July, x (XXII. Aug, 

--'75) 

The South AfiKnn Polkry of Sir Bartle Frere, 1867— x83o, W. Basil 

Worsfold. C. IX. July. 5x (XXII. July, 71) 
The Rulers of South Africa, by Frederick Dolman {£ii.), P M M, XX. 

Mar. aqa (XXI. Mar, 960) 
Men of the Empiie, by Arthur Mee (1//.). Y M. XIV. Dec. 397 
The Proconsulate of Mihier, by J. A. Hobson, C R, LXXVIII. Oct, 

540 (XXIL Oct. 364) 
Cecil Rhodes. M R. I. Nov, 21 (XXII. Nov, 457) 
Cecil Rhodes and His Country, by Allen Sangree (///.), Ainslee, V. 

Feb, 34 
Cecil Rhodes in His Speeches, x88i — 1899, R R, XXI. June, s88 
Supremacy in South Africa, by R. G. M. Browne, Naut M, LXIX. 

Mar, 151 
Federation in South Africa, Q R, CXCII. Oct, 505 (XXIL Nov. 460) 
British Policy in South Africa, by J. Castell Hopkins, Can M, XIV. 

Mar. 40X 
British South Africa, by Prof. A. H. Keane (<//.), 1 C M, I. Nov, 47, 

Dec, 17a 
South Africa ; the Coming Colony, by Dr. H. De B. Gibbins, H, XVII. 

Aug, 84 
The Future of Africa, by E. E. WOliams (i//.), W M, XII. Oct, 537 

(XXII. Oct, 390) 



Africa— con tmued. 
South Africa, Miscellaneoiu — continued. 
The Economic Conqu-st of Africa, by H. G. Prout (i7/.}. Ens M, XVIII. 

Feb, 657 (XXL Mar, 936, tea) 
Trade Possibilities in South Africa, by Edgar Mels (i//.}, Cas M, XVIIt. 
June, 83 (XXII. July. 8s) 




Oct, 593 
Some Boer Characteristics, by George Lacy, N A R, CLXX. Jan, 49, 

(XXI. Fd>, X43) 
The Dutch in South Africa, by Henry Cust, N A R, CLXX. Feb, X98 

(XXI. Mar, 937) 
The Boer at Home, by Miss Anna Howarth, C, IX. July, xxB (XXII. 

J^Yt 54) 
The Boer, by Tenkin Jenkins. W R. CLIIL June, 646 (XXI. June, 579) 
The Boers at Hom*. by C Colquhoun (»V/.), T M, IV. Jan. 987 
The Boers and **Poor Whites," by a South African Journalist, J, 

HI. July, 426 
The BoerA ; Their Religious Peculiarities, by Rev. H. T. Cousins (iiV.), 

8un 8tr. I. Apr. 456 
The Dutch Church and the Boers, by Rev. William Greswell, F R, 

LXVII. Feb, 178 (XXI. Feb, 949) 
The Dutch Reformed Church in South Africa, by J. I. Marais, P R R, 

XL Oct. 608 
The Boer, the Church, and the Native m South Africa, by William 

Hudson, L Q. III. Apr, 308 
The Boers and Christianity in South Afrka. by Nine Ministers of the 

Dutch Reformed Church in South Africa. Mis R, XIII. June, 469 
The Boers of the Transvaal, lee Subheadings Transvaal, War, etc., 

below 
Church Aflairs in South Africa, by Rev. P. N. Waggett, J Theol 8, I. 

Jan, 9X9 
The Catholic Church in South Africa, by Miss £. M. Gierke, D R, 

CXXVI. Jan. 46 
llie Missionary Situation in South Africa, by Rev. J. C Dorward {if I. 

andiwtf/}, Mis R, XIIL Jan, x8 
Mission Work in South AfTica, by Rev. W. Searle (i//.). Mis R, XIIL 

July. 518 
Our Missionaries and the Boer War, by F. M. Holmes {iil, and ma/), 

Q, Mar, 404 
The Native Question in South Africa, by Sir Sidney Shippard, H, XVI. 

Feb, 77 
Britons and Blacks in South Africa, by Dr. A. R. Abbott, A A, IV. Aup, 

134 
The Boers and the Native Question, by Dr. A. T. Wirgman, N C, 

XLVII. Apr, 5Q3 (XXI. Apr, 345) 
Kaffirs, Can M. XV. Oct. 551 

The Ouecn's Kaffirs, by Neville Edwards (ili.), Harms, V. Aug, 95 
The Kaffir and His Masters, by Richard Heath, Humans R. I. Apr, 79 
Other Articles on the Question of the Natives in S. Africa, see Subhead- 
ing War below 
Some Neighbours on the Veldt, by J. H. Spettigue, 8un H, Sept, 798 



(XXII. Sept, a7x) 
ifty-F.ight Years, f 
Maynard Butler, F R, LXVII. Apr, 537 



Fifty-Eight Years, as Child and Woman, in South Africa, edited by 



In South Africa, by Klyda R. Steege («//.), 8t N. XXVII. June, 7x0 
The Scene of Action, by W. B. Worsfold Oii.), C F M, XXX. Jan, aoa 
South Africa, by Major-Gen. C. E. Luard. Land M, IV. Jan, 35 
Just What South Africa is, by Allen Sangree {maps), Ainsiss, IV. Jan, 

73 X 
South African Snap-Shou, by J. H. Knight [HI.), W W, IV. Feb, 576, 

Mar, 709 
South African Scenery, by W. GresweU, L H. XLVIII. May. 638 
British and Dutch Architecture in South Africa, by F. L. Emanuel {ill.) , 

Arch Rev, VII. Jan. 3, Feb. 51 
Architecture of the Past in South Africa, by Arthur H. Reid {ill.). Arch 

Rev, VI 1 1. Oct, X47, Nov, aao 
Notable Houses in South Africa, by Dolf Wyllarde (•//.}, P M M. XX. 

Jan. 68 
Names and Places in South Africa, by Rev. W. Greswell, Q W, XLI. 

May. 348 
From the Diamond Fields to Delagoa Bay. X877. by Lieut, -Gen. Sir 

Charles Warren (f//.) Q W, XLI. Jan, 45 (XXI. Jan, 38, 55), Feb, 9a, 

Mar, X98. Apr, 946 
A March from Johannesburg, by W. H. Swain, L H, XLVIII. May, 

630 
llie Coast Line of South Africa, by D. WyUarde [Ul.), Lud, IX. Feb, 

35 a 

On to the Goldfields ; How Kaffirs travel, C J, III. Feb. xi8 
Macombe's Country ; Its Ancient Goldfields and Industrial Resources, by 

Dr. Carl Peters. «l Man Q 8, XVI. Aug, 48 
Some Women of South Africa, by Arthur Mee {ill.), Y W, VIII. May, 

98x (XXII. July, 61) 
Some Ladies of South Africa, by Marie A. Belloc {ill.), L R, VII. Jan, 

Tlie Meericat ; the Pet of the Veldt, by W. Kennedy {iU.\ P 8 M, V. 

May, 335 
Stray Sport on Active Service in Scuth Africa, by Capt J. P. Law {ill.)^ 

Bad M, VI. Dec, 617 
Game-Bird Shoociog in South Africa, by H. A. Bryden (i//.), O, 

XXXVII. Nov, 139 
Kruger as a Sportsman, by H. C HiUegaa («//.), O, XXXVII. Dec, 

3x6 



1 



INDEX TO THE 



Apkica. — Condnued. 



Africa.— Continued. 



Africa— continued. 
Cue Colony, Mtscellaneous (sse also Subheading South Africa above) : 
Tht Cape in the Time of War, by G. Railing (<//.), Q W. XLI. June, 374 
The Causes of the Cape Rebfllion and Its uire, by F. Mackamess, C R, 

LXXVIII. Sept, 3Q7 (XXII. Sept, «77) 
The Siege of Kimberley, see under Subheading War below 
The Battles of Graspan, Belmont, Modder Kiver, Magersfontein, see 

under Subheading War below 
The Future Prospects of the Cape Colony, by Very Rev. R. Sykes, M, 

XCVI. Aug, 177 
llie Future of the S. African Colonies, see Subheading Settlement after 

the War below 
The Cape Civil Service Pension Fund, Bank, LXIX. Jan, 141 
The Cape Mounted Rifles, by A. £. Manning Foster (iZ/.), Capt, II. 

Jan, 380 
Cape to Cairo Railway, by John H. Knight {ma/ and i//.}, Eng M, 

aIX. Apr, I 
The Cape of Good Hops Goveroment Railways, Rail M, VI I. Oct, 

373 
Cape Viticulture. C J, III. Oct, 654 

Fruit-Growing at the Cape, by a Colonist, Q W, XLI. Dec, Sro 
Church WorK in South Africa, by H.B. (i//.), Sun M, XXI K May, 

319 
Lovedale, South Africa ; a Chat with Dr. Stewart, by C H. Irwin (£/.}, 

Sun H, Feb, si 8 
The Ladies of Cape Town, by F. Dolman ((//.), W H. VIII. Feh, 469 
The Great Dam of How Neater, by H. Ciawford Angus, Scot Q M, 

XVI. Oct, 600 
The Flood 'ihat struck Victoria West in 1871, by Mrs. W. J. H. Soul 

{*?/.), W W, V. June. 939 
The Black Rain of Aug. 6, 1899, in Grahamstown, by Major L. A. Eddie, 

K, XXIII. Jan, 19 
The Siege of the Magistracy, by D. Turner («//.), W W, V. Julv, 398 
A Transport Cruise to the Cape in 1795, by Mrs Ord MarsnaU, Long, 

XXXVII. Dec, 147 
The Capture of Capetown, 179c, by Miss E. M. Symonds, Long, 

XXXVI. Oct, 5«6 jXXII. Oct, 373) 
From Canetown to Kimberley, 1877, by Lieut -Gen. Sm Charies Warren 

(f//.), u W, XLI. May, 309, June, 4x3 
The French East-Indian Expedition at the Caps in 1803, by J. Holland 

Rose, E H, XV. Jan, 139 
The Armorial Bearings of the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope (t//.), 

QenMl M, IV. Sept. 185 
The Arms of Cape Town (iV/.). Qenaal M, IV. Aug, ts6 
Architecture of the Past in Capetown, by Arthur H. Reid {tU.), Arch 

Rev, VIII. Oct, 147, Nov, aao 
My Trip up the Matroosberg, by Muu K. M. Wilson (i?/.), W W, V. 



July. 3^? 

•* Ultii 

Parent 
VII. June, »i6 



The *'* iritima Thule" of Africa, C J, III. Oct. 639 

I'he Parent- Rock of the Diamond, by Prof. T. 6. Bonney, Gaol M, 



On a Cape Lake with a Shotgun, by H. B. Knoblauch (sf/.), Bad M, X. 

May. 490 
Natal, MisoeUaneous (see also Subheading South Africa above} : 
The War of 1880-x and the Battle of Majuba, see Subheading 

Transvaal below 
The Campaign in Natal, F R. LXVII. Apr. 680 (XXI. Apr, 346) 
The Si^;e of Ladysmith ; and the Battles of Colenso, Eiandslaagte, etc., 

see under Subheading War below 
Natal and the Future of S. Africa, etc., see Subheading War, etc. 

below 
The Natal Railway and the War («r/.). Rail M, VI. Mar, aoz 
The Afrikanders in Natal, by Dr. J. C. Voigt, N A R, CLXX. 

Feb, aza (XXI. Mar, 839) 
South African Reminiscences, by Sir John Robinson, C, VIII. Mar, 

990 (XXI. Mar, e38), Apr, 437 (XXI. Apr, 351, 369}, May, 5S6 

(XXI. May, 48a] 
Natal Memories, bv Lady Broome, C, VIII. Jan, t6 (XXI. Jan, 66) 
A Reminiscence of Natal, i884>85 (af/.), Lud, X. May, 31 
Natal and Its People, by Bishop A. H. Baynes (aT/.), Q W, XLI. Jan, 

a, Feb, Z93 
To Ladysmith by Railway, by E. A. Swindells, Rail M, VII. Sept, 914 
The Sugar Cane Industry in Natal, by James Cassidy (jiV.), W W, VI. 

Nov. Z98 
Natal Wattle-Bark, C J, III. Sept, 607 
The War and the Missionary, by Rev. W. M. Douglas (iV/.), Sun Str, 



War and Missions in Natal, by Kathlesn Schlesinger (i//.}. Sun Str, I. 

June, 6q8 
British South Africa and the Chartered Company, Matabdeland, etc. (see 

also Subheading South Africa above) : 
Rhodesia {ma^t and M.\ Scot Q M. XVI. Feb, 9a 
Gold-Mining Prospects in Rhodesia, by R. R. Mabson, Eng M, XVIII. 

Mar, 8x3 (KXI. Apr, 376) 
A Woman's Tour in the Selukwe Gold District, by Stracey Chambers, 

T B, CXIX. Jan, 73 
The Rhodesian Railways (i//.), Rail M, VI. May, 437 
Big-Game Shooting in the Gwanda District of Matabeleland, by Wm. 

W. Van Ness (iV7.), O, XXXV. Mar, 545 
Basutirfand : 
Amoo^ the Basutos, by Dr. G. D. Mathews (i/A), Sun H, Mar, 173 
Rcraaniscences ct a H jfiday in BasutolaaJ, by J. A. Madeod (fV/.), Q W, 

XLL Oct, 670 
The French Mission in Basutiland, by Ala Cone (///.), Sun Str, I. Apr, 

467 



Africa— continued. 
Swaziland : 
Swaziland, by A. M. Miller. J R C I, XXXI. June, 468 
Commandeered by Kruger (^/.), W M, XI. Feb, 983 (XXI. Feb, 158) 
Zululand : 
Reminiscences of the Zulu War, 1879, by Charles E. Fripp {iU.), P M M, 

XX. Apr, 547 
An Incident of African History, 1879, by Rider Haggard (fV/.), W M, 

XIIL Dec. IIS (XXII. Dec, 577) 
The Amazulu : the Worid for Christ, by W. M. Douglas (aT/.), Sun 8tr, 

II. Dec, 677 
Transvaal, Miscellaneous: 
The Great Boer Trek, 1836, by Stephen Crane, Cot, XXIX. June, 153 
I'he Zulu War, X879, "^^ under Subheading Zululand above 
I'he Boer War of z88i, by an English Officer Who fought in It. F, 

XXVIII. Jan, 600 
Prisoners in the Boer Camp, x88o— z, by B. Walker (i//.), W W, IV. 

Mar. 738 
The Siege of Pretoria, Dec z8, i88>— Mar. 98, z88x ; Transvaal Remi- 
niscences, by W. L. Fletcher, C J. III. Apr, az8 
Remember Majuba! (z88t), Interview with Corporal J. J. Farmer, by 

V. Hopewell (i//.), W M. XI. Jan. 973 (XXL Jan. 57) 
A Trek from the I'ransvaal, Z894-5, by Kreiheer von Eift,C, VIII. June, 

743., 
Paul Kruger : 

Character Sketch («//.), R R, XXI. June, 596 

Character Sketch, by Poultoey bigelow, R R Aus, XVL May, 

568 

Paul Kruger, by F. Edmund Garrett. F R, LXVII. June, 1057 (XXI. 

June, 551); Same Article {i// }, McCI, XV. June, 157 

A Talk with President Kiuger, by Allen Sangree (a^.), Ainslee, VI. 

Aug. 3 (XXII. Sept, 956) 

Oom Paul ; a Living Legend (/7/.), Fr L, L. May, 6| 

The Present S. African War and Its Causes, see Subheading War, etc, 

below 

The Future of the Transvaal, see Subheading Settlement, etc., below 

llie Fighting Boers, by Harold Bolce [rMa^ and j7/.), Fr L, XUX. Feb. 

Home and Social Life in the Transvaal, by Neville Edwards (rV/.V L R, 

VIIL June, 166 
Pretoria ; the Boer Capital (i//.), Q T, V. Feb, 39Z 
Pretoria in the Present War, see Subheading War below 
The Pretoria- Pietersburg Railway, by Harry Heydeman (fV7.), Rail M, 

VII. Aug. X31 
A Visit to the Staats Museum. Pretoria : the Boer *' Tower of London," 

by Rev. J. C. Harris (i7/.), Str, XIX. Apr, 469 
The Mines of the Transvaal, by G. Emerson Russell liU.), Felld, III. 

Nov, 600 
Witwatersrand: the Richest Goldfield in the World, by S. C Korris. 

Mac, LXXXII. Aug, 994 
John Hays Hammond on tne Witwatersrand Mining Situation, by Charles 
B. Going Ens M, XVIIL Jan, 493 (XXI. Feh, 132) 
The Oran2e Free State, Miscellaneous (see also Sub'.eadin^ Sonih Africa 
above): 
Martin Steyn, by Poultney Bigelow, R R Aut, XVI. May, 570 
The Invasion of the Orange Free State {ma/\ F R, LXVII. May, 87s 

(XXI. May, 454; 
The Battle of Paardeberg. see under Subheading War below 
Plea for the Orange Free State, by W. Sweetman, W R, CLIV. Dec, 

609 (XXII. Dec, 576; 
The Oranse Free State and the War, and the Future of S. Africa, see 

Subheading Settlement, etc, below 
Life on a Ranche in the Orange Free State, by S. Craig (///.), Bad M, 

X. Feb, 140 
Geological Notes in Orange River Colony, by Major B. M. Skinner 

{map and iiiX Sc Q, VII. July, 33, Sept, 103, Oct, X34 
Orange River Game in Old Days, by F. H. H. GuiUemard ;i//.), 
Bad M. XL Aus, x86 
The Transvaal, the Orange Free State, the War, and the South African 
Ouestion (see also bubheadings South Africa, the Cape, etc., etc , 
suK>ve) : 
Battles, Sieges, etc : 
I'he First Stage of the Boer War; In the British Camp at Orange 
River, by H. J. Whigham (*//.), Scrib, XXVIL Feb, aox (XXI. 
Feb, xB^) 
The Artillery at Colenso, Dec. 1809^ by Lieut. C. Holmes Wilson, 

U S M, CXLL Feb, 490 : CXLIII. Nov, 169 
The Naval Brigade at Graspan, Nov. aa, 1899, by Lieut.>Col. 
Willoughby Vemer, Mac, LXXXI. Mar, 335; Part of Same 
Article. R R Aus, XVL Apr, 49^ 
The Fighting with Methuen's Division ; Belmont, Gras Pan, and 
Modder River, by H. J. Whigham (i//.), ScHb, XXVI I. Mar. 
959 
Magersfontein, Dec xz, X899. by H. J. Whigham (i//.), Scrib, 
XXVIL Apr. 469; Part of Same Ariicle, R R Aut, XVI. June, 
728 
A Visit to Magersfontein Battlefield, by W. S. Fletcher, C J, III. 

July, 435 
Fiom Enslin to Bloemfontein with the Sixth Division, Feb. ta — Mar. 
Z4, X900, by Major J. E. Caunter {ma/s), J R U S I, XLIV. Oct, 

"39 
To Bloemfontein behind Lord Roberts, by a Capetown Civilian, C J, 

III. July, 48Z 
A Reconnaissance (Apr., Z900), by Ernest Dawson, Black, CLXVIII. 

Dec. 846 



Africa .--Condnued. 



PERIODICALS OF igoo. 



ApsiCA.-«-Conliiiu«L 



Africa— oontiiraed. 
The Tnusvaal, the Orang« Free State, the War, etc.— contmoed. 
Battles, Sieges, etc — continued. 
The Intermediate Stage of the Boer War, by H. J. Wbigham {ill.), 

8crlb. XXVII. May, 573 (XXI. May, 453) 
The Battle of Paatdeborg; Feb. mj, iqoo, by a Canadian Ejre-Witness, 

Can M, XV. Aug, 309 ; Part of Same Article, R R Aus, XVII. 

Sept, 309 
Gen. Cronje's Last Stand at Paardcberg ; the Cincinnatus of the 

Transvaal (fV/.), RR, XXI. Mar, 913 
The Battle of Pieler's Hill, Feb. 97, 1900, by Richard Harding Davis 

{ill.h 8crib, XXVII. June, 670 (XXI. June, 548) 
From Ladysmith to Standerton, May zo— June 99, 29CO (m«/}, F R, 

LXVIII. Aug,3o8 
Almond's Nek, June ix, X900, by Linesman, Black, CLXVIII. 

Oct, 475 
On the Move with BuUer: Spitz Kop, Sept. z6, xgoo, Black, 

CLXVIII. Nov, 768 
Ladysmith, Kimberley, and Mafeking (ill.), Geneal M, IV. June, 56 
Disry of a Boer before Ladysmith, Dec. 94, 1899 — Jan. 31, 2900, 

Black, CLXVII. May, 700 (XXI. May, 454) 
Through the Sie^e of Ladysmith, by Miss Alice Corkran [ill.), Q R, 

IL Aug, 973 (XXII. Aug, Z56} 
The Ladysmith Pigeon Post, by Major £. A. Altham {ma/s)t 

J R U 8 I, XLIV. Nov, 133Z 
Some of the Fighting with the Ladysmith Relief Column, Feb. aa— a8, 

Z900, from a Regimental Officor's Experiences, U 8 M, CXLII. 

June, 957 (XXI. June, 580) 
The Relief of Ladysmith, by Richard Harding Davis {ill.), Bcrib, 

XXVIII. July, 39 
Ladvsmith— after the Siege, by H. Babington Smith, Nat R, XXXV. 

May, 4z6 (XXI. May, 477) 
lAdysmith and Sir George White, Mar. z, zgoo ; a Siege and a Hero, 

by Ernest H. Cooper [HI.), Can M, XV. Aug, a9z 
The Siege of Kimberley, Oct. 15, Z809— Feb. z5, z^oo, by a Sergeant 

in the Town-Guard, Q W, XLI. July, 468, Aug, 539 
In Kimberley during the Siege, by a Hospital Nurse, C J, III. June, 

Kimberley and Col. Kekewich ; a Si^e and a Hero, by Ernest H. 

Cooper (ill.). Can M. XV. Aug, 9oi 
The Cavalry Rush to Kimberley, ana in Pursuit of Cronje, Feb., zqoo, 

by Captain Cedl Boyle, N C, XLVII. June, 899 (XXI. June, 

54^) 
Mafeking and General Baden-Powell: a Siege (Oct 93, z8q9 — May 27, 

z)co} and a Hero, by Ernest M. Cooper [HI.), Can M, XV. Aug, 

Wiui Plumer to the Relief of Mafeking, by One of His Troopers, 

Black, CLXVIII. Dec, 804 
How Pretoria will be besieged, by Charles Ray {ill.), Royal, IV. 

June, zas 
Pretoria in War Time, by Richard Harding Davis {HI.), 8crib, 

XXVIIL Aug, Z73 (XXII. Aug, zs9) 
The March to Pretoria, Apr. 30— June 5, 2900 {maps), F R, 

LXVIII. July. 15a 
The lAst Days of Pretoria (June, Z900), by Richard Hardhig Davis 

{SI.), Bcrib, XXVIII. Oct, 407 (XXII. Oct, 363) 
How We escaped from Pretoria (Oct. 91, z8qQ — Mar. 16, i9:»). by 

Capt. Aylmer Haldane (//aw). Black, CLXVIIL Au^, Z55 (XXII. 

Aug, Z45), Sept, 305 (XXII. Sept, 977) 
The Cape in the Time of War, by George RaUing (///.}. Q W, XLI. 

June, 374 
The Causes of the Cape Rebellion and Its Cure, by Frederic 

Mackamess, C R, LXXVIII. Sept. 397 (XX IL Sept, 977I 
The Invasion of the Orange Free State {map), F K, LXVII. May, 

873 (XXI. May, 454) 
The Campaign in Natal, F R, LXVII. Apr. 680 (XXI. Apr. 346} 
The Fightmg in S. Africa {ill.), R R Aut. XVI. Mar, 392, Apr, 443, 

May. 573, June, 697 ; XVII. Aug, 255, Sept, 309, Oct. 4^2 
The Newspapers and the War. by Sir Wemyss Reid, N C, XLVII. 

Tan, Z57 (XXI. Jan, 44), Fel^ 350 (XXI. Feb, 259), Mar, 596 

(XXI. Mar, 959), Apr, 698, May, 866 (XXI. May, 480), June, 

2036: XLVIII. July, 159, Aug, 325 (XXII. Aug, 277), Sept, 496 

(XXII. Sept, 978), Oct, 670, Nov, 849, Dec, 2094 
Greater Britain, Nat R. XXXIV. Jan, 782, Feb, 944: XXXV. Mar, 

24a {ma/), Apr, 398, May, 49a, June, 679, July, 866 (XXII. July, 

75;i Aug, 2039; XXXVI. Sept, 239, Oct, 992, Nov, 440, Dec, 

59a 
Inside the Boer Lines, by E. E. Easton {map and ill.). Harp, XXXIX. 

May. Bi% (XXL May, 45a); XL. June, 3 (XXI. June, 546), July, 

263 (XXn. July. 5») 
How the Biitish Soldier fights, by James Barnes, R R Aus, XVI. 

Mar, 3x9 
With die Men in Khaki, by James Barnes, R R Aus, XVI. Apr, 475, 

477 {ill.), XVIL July. 49 
How a Great War fizzles out, by James Barnes, R R Aus, XVI I. 

Oct, 45a 
With Boer and Briton, by Frank S. Roberson {HI.), Cos, XXIX. 

Aug, 407 (XXII. Sept. a8o) 
With a Boer Ambulance in Natal, by G. O. Moorhead, C, IX. July, 2 

(XXII. July, 59}, Aug, 245 (XXII. Aug, 250); Parts of Same 

Articles, R R Aus, XVll. Ang. 262, Sept, 321 
With the Boer Army, by Thomas F. Millard, 8crib, XXVII. June, 

677 (XXI. June, 646': XXVHI. July, 223 (XXII. July, 57) 
•* Pen Pictures of the War," by Men in the Ranks, R R Aus, XVI. 
June, 734 



Africa— continued. 
The Transvaal, the Orange Free State, the War, etc.— continued. 
Military Orgtmization and Military Criliciam, eta, ziot already leferreJ 

to: 
The Story of the Boer War, by H. W. Wilson {ma/) Nat R, XXXV. 

July Supplement 
The War Operations in South Africa, by a Military Contributor 

ima/s). Black, CLXVII. Jan, 293 (XXI. Jan, 38), Feb, 993 (XXI. 

Feb, 237), Mar, 432, Apr, 560, May, 734 (XXI. May, 455), 

June. 858 (XXI. June, 548} : CLXVIII. July, 230, Aug, 978, Sept, 

427, Nov, 74Z 
The War. by Col. U.U., 8cot R, XXXV. Jan, 299, Apr, 353; 

XXXVI. July, zi9 
Notes on the >^ar in South Africa, by F.H.P., U 8 M, CXLI. Mar, 

6a I ; CXLII. Apr, 85, May, 904, June, 390 
An Italian View of the Boer War, by Gen. Count Luchino dal Verme, 

J R U 8 I, XLIV. June, 66^, ^uly, 777, Aug, 906, Sept, 1047 
Britain in the Valley of Humihation, R R, XXI, Jan, 97 
J. S. Bloch's Views and Prophecies (ill.), R R, XXI Jan, 69, Feb, z 31 
The Perilous Position of England, by W. T. Stead, R R, XXI. Jan, 3 ; 

Same Article, R R A, XXI. Feb, 205 
Some Lessons of the Transvaal War, by Jean de Bloch, C R, LXXVII. 

Apr, 457 (XXI. Apr, 346) 
The Conduct of the War, by Major Arthur Gziffitha, F R, LXVII. 

Jan, 2 (XXL Jan, 38) 
The War in South Africa, E R, CXCL Jan, 947 (XXI. Feb, 237) 
The War in South Africa, by an Officer, C R, LXXVll. Jan, 243 

(XXL Jan. 39) 
The War ui South Africa {ma/s), F R, LXVIL Jan. 169, Feb, 336 
Our Disasters and Their Causes, by Diogenes, U 8 M, CXLI. Feb, 

513 (XXI. Feb, 238) : and Reply to, by Major-Gen. F. W. Stubbs, 

U 8 M, CXLI. Mar, 6ia 
Lessons of the War, by Miles, C R, LXXVII. Feb, 253 (XXI. Feb, 

236, Mar, 965) 
Strateg'cal Problems in South Africa, by Fritz Hoenig, N A R, CLXX. 

Feb, z68 (XXI. Mar, 939) 
Military Problems in South Africa, by Major.-Gen. O. O. Howard, 

N A R, CLXX. Feb, Z9a (XXL Mar. 939) 
Our Peace Training for War, Guilty or Not Guilty ? by CoL Lonsdale 

Hale, N C. XLVII. Feb, 997 (XXI. Feb, Z38} ' 
Some Reflections on the War in South Africa, by a Soldier, Mac, 

LXXXI. Feb. 3*3 
Procrastination and Parsimony, by Sir George Arthur, F R, LXVIL 

Feb, 265 (XXI. Feb, Z36| 
The Military Situation in South Africa, by Lieut -Gen. J. F. Owen, 

N A R. CLX3C Feb. Z45 (XXI. Mar, 839) 
The Causes of Reverse, by an Englishman, Nat R, XXXIV. Feb, 830 

(XXI. Feb. Z4Z, Mar. 9<z} 
The Man in the Cabinet, by the Man m the Street, Nat R, XXXV. 

Mar, 6z (XXI. Mar. 964} 
The War Oflice and the War, by H. O. Arnold-Forster, Nat R, XXXV. 

Mar. 40 (XXI. Mar, 964} 
The MUitary Crisis, by Frederic Harrison, Pos R, VIII. Mar, 49 
Can We win in South Africa? by Charles S. Jones, New C R, VII. 

Mar, z^6 
The Ikitish Army; at Home and in South Africa, by Major-Gen. 

Nelson A Miles [ill.), Fr L, XUX. Mar. 451 
The late Campaign in Natal, F R, LXVII. Apr, 680 (XXI. Apr, 

346) 
British Bungling and Boer Strategy, by a Disciple of Carlyle, A A, 

III. Apr, 34a 
First Lessons of the Wiir; a Blow to Germany, by H. W. Wilson, 

Nat R, XXXV. Apr, 904 (XXI. Apr. 347} 
Where is the Incapacity ? by C. A. Whitmore, Nat R, XXXV. May, 

389 
The Invasion of the Orange Free Sute {ma/), F R, LXVII. May, 

879 (XXL May. 454) 
The Loose Order of Battle, by Major F. C. Ormsby-Johnson, New 

C R, VII. June. 49Z 
PeriBonal Observations and Impresf^ions of the Forces and Military 

Elstablishments now in South Africa, by CoL Sir Howard Vincent, 

J R U 8 I, XLIV. June, 605 
The War Office and the War, by Searchlight, P M M, XXL June, 

99S (XXI. June, 548) 
Surprises in War; Their Reasons and Reiziedy, by Major-Gen. 

Frank S. Russell, Black, CLXVIL June, 849 
Some Events and an Armistice, by Linesman, Black, CLXVIII 

July, 229 : Part of Same Article, R R Aus, XVIL Aug, 2^7 
llie War and Modem Tactics, by J. Bnrde {ma/), C R, LXXVIII. 

fuly, 24a (XXII. July, 5a) 

e South African War and Its Critics, E R, CXCIL July, 999 

(XXII. Aug, 276} 
foitish Strategy in South Africa, by Major-Gen. O. O. Howard, 

N A R, CLXX I. Auff. 959 
Guerilla Fighting as a Fine Art, Nat R, XXXV. Aug, 1039 
Some Lessons of the Boer War, by the Military Cntic of the HVf/- 

minster Gazstte, Nat R, XXXV. Aug, Z095 (XXII. Aug, xk\) 
The Commencement of Hostilities, by Capt. C. Holmes Wilson, 

U 8 M, CXLII. Aug, 499 
Some of Our Blunders in the War, by en Outsider, U 8 M, CXLII. 

Sept, 576 
The Teuton Tug of War, by Julian Ralph, Harp, XL. Sept, 620 

(XXIL Sept. 9^7) : Part of Same Article. R R Aus. XVIL Oct, 4^4 
The Staff Work in the War. by Col. Lonsdale Hale. N C, XLVIII. 

Sept, 357 (XXIL Sept, 978) 



■A. 



8 



INDEX TO THE 



Africa.— Contbued. 



Apsica.— CoDtinned. 



AfriCA— continued. 
The Transvaal, the Orange Free State, the War, etc.— continoed. 
Military Organization and Military Critidsm, etc^^ontinued. 
A Glimpse of the Army, by Dr. A. Conan Doyle (r//.), 8tr, XX. 

Sept, ^45 : Part of Same Article, R R Aus, XVII. Oct. 456 
Some Military Lessons of the War, by Dr. A. Conan Doyle, C, IX 

Oct, 433 (XXII. Oct, 367); Same Article, McCI, XV. Oct. 561 ; 

and RqpJy to, by Lieut.-Col. F. N. Maude, C, IX Dec, 738 (XXII. 

Dec. 548) 
Our Army and Its Critic (Dr. Conan Doyle), by Hon. J. W. Fortescue, 

Mac. LXXXIII. Nov, 70 
Our Military Prestige Abroad, by Capt J. W. Gambier, F R, LXVIII. 

Oct. 559 (XXII. Oct, 333, 369) 
Heroes of the War, and Others, by Major Arthur Griffiths, F R, 

LXVIII. Oct, 6x8 
The War in South Africa, E R, CXCII. Oct, 371 (XXIL Nov, 46c) 
Notes on the More Obvious Lesions of the War in South Africa, by 

Lieut.-Col. G. H. Ovens, «l U 8 1 1. XXIX. Oct, 3x7 
Suggestions from the Front, by Lieut -Col. Charla a Court, N C, 

XL VIII. Nov, 70s (XXIL Nov, 459) 
"Place the War Office in Commission" by Lord Thring, N C, 

XLVIII. Nov, 695 (XXIL Nov. 459} 
Our Soldiers, by Unesman, Black, CLXVIII. Nov, 677 (XXIL 

Nov, 467) : Part of Same Article, R R Aut, XVII. Dec, 780 
The Resavist in War, by a Regimental Officer, Mac, UCXXIII. 

Dec, 1^9 (XXIL Dec 584} 
Our Indian Troops and the War, by Sir Henry H. Howorth, N C, 

XLVII. Jan, 36 (XXL Jan. 41) 
War Mechanism in South Africa, by George E. Walsh (1^/.), Cas M, 

XVIL Mar, 355 (XXI. Apr. 378) 
Recent Military Equipment for South Africa {t'ii.), Felld, II. Jan. 71 
Transport and Supply in Souih Africa, by Searchlight, P M M, XXIL 

Oct, a66 
The Naul RaUway and the War (i//.), Rail M, VI. Mar, sox 
The Empkyment of Artillery in Soutn Africa, by Major>Gen. Charles 

H. Owen, U 8 M, CXLII. July. 353 (XXIL July, 53I 
The Service Rifle: the Cause of Our Defeats, by W. A. Baillie- 

Grohman, F R. LXVIL Mar, 373 (XXI. Mar, a3x) : Letter, F R, 

LXVII. Aor, 7x4 
Field Guns, by Galeatus, M R. I. Dec, 58 (XXIL Dec, 574) 
Notes on Artillery Fire, by a Regimental Officer, U 8 M, CXLIII. 

Nov. 185, Dec 35X 
The Future of Our Artillery, by Capt C Hohnes Wilson, U 8 M, 

CXLII. Sept, 568 
Colonial Contingents : 
Otia^tinn Loyalty to the Crown, by J. Macdonald Oxley, C J, III. 

Apr, ess 
The Canadian Contingent, by Lieut-Col. F. G. Stone, U 8 M, CXLI. 

Feb, 463 
The Canadian Cowboy and Mounted Police Contingent ; the Riders 

of the Plains, by C Hanbury-WiUiams, Black, CLXVII. Apr, 474 
First Canadian Contingent in South Africa, by a Canadian Officer 

(rV/.), Can M. XIV. Mar, 4x7 
The Second Canadian Contingent, by Norman Patterson (x//.). Can M, 

XIV. Mar. 4*3 

The EmbarkaUon at Hali£u, by J. S. 0*Bryan (x//.). Can M, XIV. 

Mar, 453 
Strathcona's Horse, by Lieut Cooper (aT/.), Can M, XIV. Apr, 599 
Embarkation of Strathcona's Horse, by Emily P. Weaver (<//.}, 

Can M, XIV. Apr, 538 
The Maple Leaf in South Africa, by a Canadian Officer {iU.), Can M, 

XV. Aug, 339 

John A. Ewan and Frederide T. Hamilton, Canadian War Correspon- 
dents, by John Lewis [Hi.), Can M, XV. Oct, 495 

How Australians light, by Capt Ham (iU.\ R R Aus. XVIL Nov, 588 

Dr. Conan Doyle on the Australian Soldier {iU,)^ R R Aus, XVII. 
Dec, 737 

Volunteers (in the Australian Contingent) from Norfolk Island Muti- 
neer% by W. Jeflery (af/.), L H, XUX. Nov. 67 (XXIL Nov, 

45a) 
Care of die Sick and Wounded : 
The Sick and Wounded in South Africa, E R, CXCII. Oct. 50S 
The Sick and Wounded in South Africa, hy Hon. Arthur Griffin, 

Nat R, XXXV. Aug, 0x3 (XXIL Aue. xw) 
Hospital Scandals in South Africa, by Sir Walter Foster, C R, 

LXXVIIL Aug, aao (XXIL Aug, no) 
The South African War Hospitals, by Murray Guthrie N C, XLVIII. 

Sept, 5x0 (XXIL Sept, 361) 
The Care of the Sick and Wounded in War, by Francis H. Welch, 

F R, LXVIII. Sept, 49a (XXIL Sept, 261) 
Surgical Experiences in South Africa, by A. A. Bowlby, M R, I. Oct, 

5a (XXIL Oct, 383} 
Sir William MacCormac at the Seat of War, by Mrs. S. A. Tooley 

(f//.). Bun 8tr, II. Aug, x^ 
Hospitals on the Veldt by H. C Shelley ((//.), Bun Btr, 11. Sept, 

363 (XXIL Sept, a6xj 
Our Wounded Heroes, by a Cape Resident (*^/.), Q. June, 686 
Our Wounded Heroes at Wynberg, by a Cape Resident (af/.), Q, 

June, 686 
Ambulance Nttfsing, Past and Present, by Marie Belloc-Lowndes 

{Hi.}, P M M, XX Mar, ?^ 
The Nursing System of the War, by Miss Mary Frances Billington 

(rV/.), Universal. L Feb, 36 
How Our Wounded Soldiers are nursed, by Sybil (i//.}, Q R, 11. 

Mar, 489 



Africa— continued. 
The Transvaal, the Orange Free State, the War, etc— comtinned. 
Care of the Sick and Wounded— continued. 
Nurses at the Front, by Marie A. Belloc («//.), L H, XLVIIL Jan. 

an (XXI. Jan. 59) 
The Red Cross, by Lieut-CoL G. Sterling Ryerson, Can M, XIV. 

Apr, 563 
Under the Red Cross FUg, by Mrs. S. A. Tooley («I7.), L R, VII. 

Feb, 4x9 (XXI. Feb, 1^8) 
The Ptincess Christian Hospital Train : 

Kay, J. A., on (x//.). Bun Btr, I. Mar, 39a 

Stoker, Gilbert J., on (aT/.). Rail M, VI. Feb, Z7x 

Tooley, Mrs. S. A., on L R, VII. Mar, 6xz 

Unsigned Article on (fttf. ), P M, IX. Mar, 305 
Hospiul Ships ; Palaces of Pain, by Marie A. Belloc {iU.\ Bun 8tr, 

I. Feb, X49 
Our Woundel at Netley, by Marie A. Belloc (iU.), Bun Btr, 11. 

Julyi 45 
The Queen and the Wounded at Netley, by Mrs. S. A. Tooley (ti/.), 

L R, VIIL lune, X33 
History of the War, the Dispute. Settlement, etc, etc. : 
Sdected Official Documents of the South African Republic and Great 

Britain, A A P 8, XVI. July Supplement 
The South African Conflict; Its Legal and Political Aspects, with 

Short BibUognphy, by F. A. Cleveland A A P 8, XV. Jan, x 
A Short History of the Boer War, by Norman Patterson (ota/ sikI 

1//.). CanM, XV. Aug. 347 
llie War in South Africa. Q R, CXCL Tan, 265 (XXI. Feb, 133}, 

Ap^ 539 (XXI. May, 454) ; CXCII. July, 970 
Ten Yeats in Johannesburg, by William Hosken. C R. LXXVIL Apr, 

47a; Reply to, by J. A. Hobson, C R, LXXVIL May, 656: and 

Rejoinder, by W. Hosken, C R. LXXVIL May, A63 
The Years before the Raid, Q R, CXCI. Jan, aaa (XXI. Feb, 133) 
Pretoria before the War. by Howard C. HiUegas (^/.}, Harp. 

XXXIX Mar, 548 
Suxerainty ; Mediaeval and Modem.- by Dr. Charles Stubbs, Law M. 

XXV. Aug, 4x3 
Were the Outlaoders Aliens? by Prof. J. Dove Wilson, J ur R. XII. 

Mar, 5<) 
Had Bntain the Right to interfere in the Internal Affairs of tbc 

Transvaal? by J. S. Buchan, A A, IV. July, x 
The South African Crisis, by a Resident, Boot R, XXXV. Jan, 59 
Gen. Butler's Warning, R R, XXI. Jan. 33 

The Causes of the War, by Edward Dk:ey, P M M, XX Feb, 904 
** Origin of the Anglo-Boer War revealed " by C. H. llxomas : Tbe 
Afrikander Bond and the War, by John Forster, P M Q, XXIL 
Oct, 638 
The Origin of the Transvaal War, from an Indian Point of View, 

New C R. VIL Apr. 363 
The Negotiations Which preceded the War in South Africa, by 

J. Edward Graham. Boot R. XXXV. Apr, 306 
The Last Eflbrts for Peace, by Lucien Wolf, F R, LXVIL Mar, 491 

(XXI. Mar, 337) 
The War Cheat of the Boers, by W. R. Lawson, Nat R, XXXIV. 

Feb, 853 (XXI. Feb, xsx) : and Reply to (Letter), by Alfred Marks, 

Nat R, XXXV. Mar, X78 
How the Forts were built at Pretoria, by One )^ho has been over 

Them (1//.}, Harms, IV. Apr, 333 (XXI. Apr, 455) 
The South African Conspiracy against British Rule, by Dr. A. T. 

Wirgman, N C, XLVII. Jan, 41 (XXI. Jan, 40) 
The Cankers of a Long Peace, by Arnold White, Nat R, XXXIV. 

Jan, 670 (XXI. Jan, 40) 
British and Dutch in South Africa, by Sydney Brooks, Harp, XXXIX. 

Brit'l2i ^Policy in South Africa, Black. CLXVII. Jan, X47 (XXI. 

Jan. 39) 
Issues at Stake in South Africa, by Dr. Alfred Hillisr. F R, LXVII. 

Jan, XX (XXI. Jan, 39) 
Some Recent Impressions of South Afxica, by G. C. T. Bartley, Nat R, 

XXXIV. Jan, 696 (XXL Ian, 57) 
England and the Transvaal, by Earl Grey, N A R, CLXX. Jan, 9 

(XXI. Feb. X43) 
Origin, Duration and Outcome of the War, by Dr. W. J. Leyds, 

ri A R, CLXX. Ian, 6 (XXI. Feb. x^a) 
Great Britain on the War Path, by Vladimir Holmstrem and Prince 

Ookhtomsky, N A R. CLXX. Jan, 34 
Capitxdism and Imperialism in South Africa, by J. A. Hobson. C R, 

LXXVIL Jan, x (XXI. Jan, 36) 
"The War in South Africa" by J. A. Hobson, Frederic Harrison on. 

Pot R, VIIL Apr, 69 
Radicalism and the Imperial Spirit, by A. R. Carman, C R, LXXVIL 

Jan, x8 (XXI. J[an, 46) 
Boer Critics criticised, by Alys Lowth, H, XVI. Jan, a) 
The Heel of Achilles, by E. S. Beesly, Pos R, VIIL Jan. z 
The Carnage in South Africa, by Karl Blind, W R, CLIII. Tan, t 
Exiles in England and the War in South Africa, by Karl Bilind. W R. 

CLIII. Feb, X5Q(XXI. Feb, X65) 
South African Political Prospects, Black, CLXVII Feb, 309 
The War and After, W R. CLIII. Feb, XX7 (XXI. Feb, 149) 
The Relation of England to the Transvaal, by Lieut. -Gen. den Beer 

Poortugael, F, XXVIII. Feb, 641 (XXI. Mar, 33^) 
Ireland and the Boers, by J. Fenelon, N I R, XII. Feb, 337 ; and 

Reply to, by John Sweetman, N I R, XIII Mar, 17 
The Tragedy of Errors, by Hon. Auheron Herbert, C R, LXXVIl. 

Feb. X94 (XXI. Feb, 135] 



ArKiCA —Coiitliroed. 



PERIODICALS OF 1900. 



Aphica.— ConUoued. 



Africa— continued . 
The Transvaal, the Orange Free State, the War, etc — continued. 
History of the War, the Dispute, Settlement, etc., etc. — oontinued. 
A G^ for Capacity, by H. W. Massingham, C R, LXXVII. Feb. 998 

(XXI. Feb, 141) 
The Danger cf Personal Knie in South Africa, by Montagu White, 

N A R, CLXX. Feb, 935 (XXI. Mar, 939J 
The British and the Boers, by Thomas G. ohearman, A A, III. Mar, 

The Empbe and the War. by C de Thierry, U 8 M, CXLI. Ma-, 593 
The Conflict in South Africa, by a Disciple of Carlyle, A A, III. Mar, 

994 
Was Slavery the 1'nie Cause of the South African War? by Albert 

Greenwood. A A, III. Mar, 908 
Realities of the South African War, by Duke of Argyll. N A R, CLXX. 



Mar, 305 (XXI. Apr. 344) 
Edwin D. 
y4« 



South Africa, by 



Mead, N E M, XXII. May, 369, Aug, 



The Problem in South Africa, by Hugh H. L. Bellot, W R, CUII. 

Mar. 937 (XXI. Mar, 965}, Apr. 357, May, 477, June, 6x9 (XXI. 

June. 579) : CLIV. July. 4 (X5CII July, 79) 
Some Aspecu of the Boer War, by Rev. W. Greswell, F R, LXVII. 

Mar. 36a (XXI. Mar. 938) 
The Anglo-Boer Struggle, by— 

Cochran, C. F., A, XXII I. Mar, 940 

De Armond, D. A., A, XXIII. Mar, 936 
Rights and Wrongs in South Africa, by Gr. F. Becker, F, XXIX. Mar, 

IX (XXI. Apr, ^44) 
Why the War was inevitable, by South African, H, XVI. Mar. 153 

(XXI. Mar. 937) 
The Meriu of the Transvaal Dispute, by Capt. A. T. Mahan, N A R, 

CLXX. Mar, 319 
An Australian's Reflections on the War, by A. Patchett Msu-tin, 

Nat R. XXXV. Mar, 19a (XXI. Mar, a^6) 
Could the War have been avoided ? by Proif. S. M. Macvane, N A R, 

CLXX. Mar. 335 (XXI. Apr, 344) 
The Responsibility of Cecil Rhodes, by a British Officer, N A R, 

CLXX. Mar, 348 
The Doom of the Boer Oligarchies, by Thomas C. Hutten, N A R, 

CLXX. Mar, 397 (XXI. .Apr, 344} 
A Voice from the Veldt, by Hon. Gfoige Peel, Nat R, XXXV. Apr, 

91 6 (XXI. Apr, 350) 
Was War necessary ? W R, CLIII. Apr. 18a (XXI. Apr, 345) 
Our National Imbroglio, by John Trut, W R, CUII. Apr, 401 (XXI. 

Apr, 345) 
Great Britain and South Africa, E R, CXCI. Apr, 538 (XXI. May, 

450) 
The War in South Africa, by Geoffi-ey Drage, L Q, III. Apr, 193 
Comments on the War in South Africa, by Capt. £. L. Zalinski, 

Inter M, I. Apr, 436 
Mistaken Sympathy with Republics, by Thomas B. Shearman, N A R, 

CLXX. Apr. 480 (XXI. May, 463) 
War, by EmUe Zoh, N A R, CLXX. Apr, 449 
PoUtical Hand-Washing, by E. S. Reesly. Pos R, VIII. Apr, 65 
The Design of Afrikanderism, by Charles W. Boyd, Mac, LXXXII. 

May, X7 
From the Boer Republics, by H. C. Thomson, C, VI IL May, 6x6 

(XXI. May, 461) 
British Policy towards the Boers, by Dr.G. B. Qark, F, XXIX. May, 

963 (XXL June, 545) 



Some Consequences of the Imperial Rally, by Talbot Baines, Nat R, 

XXXV. Nfay, 459 (XXI. May, 477) 
Mr. Bryce's Manifeftto to the Americans, by Dr. Alfred Hillier, F R, 



LXVII. May. 730 
Whv England should stop the War, by Jean de Bloch, N A R, CLXX. 

May, 646 (XXL Tune, 550) 
For Honour ! For Fatherland I To the Men of England, W R, CLIII. 

May, 494 (XXL May, 481} 
Thoughts on the War, by a Man of Pfeaoe, W R, CLIII. May, 504 

(XXI. May, 45a) 
Tlie Boer and the Hindu, by K. Snndararama, Mad R, VI. May, 9X9 
The South African War of Races, by J. H. Wisby, A, XXIII. May, 

470 
The Boera; a Characterisation, by Prof. A. H. Keine, H, XVI. June, 

389 
A Top-Heavy Administration, by Herbert Paul, C R, LXXVII. June, 

S9 (XXI. June, 555) 
impae of South Africa, by Adm. F. A. Maxse. Nat R, XXXV. 

mat araVe fighting for! by Ueut.-Gen. Sir WUliam Bellairs, H, 

XVI. June, 381 (XXI. June, 580) 
British-Boer Relations in South Africa, by J. H. Lane, A A, III. Jtme, 

The Justice of the War, D R, CXXVII. Julv, i 

The Ultimate Triumph of the Boers, by Cesare Lorabroso, N A R, 

CLXXI. July, 135 (XXII. Aug, 153) 
The True Imperialism, R R, XXI. May, 441 ; Same Article, R R Aut, 

XVI . June, 734 
Issues for Next General Election, R R, XXI. Jiue, 538 
"l-he Candidates of Cain"; the Book of the Month, R R, XXU. 



Oct, 3Q3 
apitalist Pa 
New C R, VIII. Oct, aSx 



Capitalist Patriotism and Its Effects in South Africa, by John E. Ellam, 



The War in South Africa, by Clarence Waterer, W R, CLIV. Oct, 364 
(XXIL Oct. 369) 



V. Jan, Sox 
(XXL Mar. 



Africa— continued. 
The Transvaal, the Orange Free State, the War, etc.— continued. 
History of the War, the Dispute, Settlement, etc., etc.— continued. 
Imprrialum in Extremis, aiiat Shabby Imperialism, by J.M.K., 

W R, CLIV. Nov, 495 (XXIL Nov. 476) 
The Passing of the South African Republics, by B. O. Flower, A, 

XXIV. Dec, 649 
The Passing of a Nation, by linesman. Black, CLXVIIL Dec, 997 

(XXIL Dec, 5So) 
The Prospecu of Peace, Black, CLXVII. Apr, 585 (XXI. Apr, 35X) 
How to make Peace in South Africa (ma> and tU.), R R, Xxll. Dec, 

540 
After the War (Letter), by Evelyn Ashley, Nat R, XXXIV 
Afterthe War— What Then? Black, CLXVIL Mar. 391 ~ 

936 
Conciliation in South Africa ; Never too late to mend, by E. S. Beesly, 

PosR, VIII.Feb, 95 
The Future of South Africa, by William Hosken, F R, LXVII. Apr, 

55X (XXI. Apr, 349) 
The Coming Settlement, by Coloniensis, Nat R, XXXV. Apr, 998 

(XXI. Apr, 350) 
Diflicult'es in the South African Settlement, by Africanua Secimdus, 

A Q, IX. Apr, 3x4 
The Confederation of South Africa, by Edward Dicey, F R, LXVII. 

Apr, 668 (XXI. Apr, 3u) 
South African Reconstruction, by Edward Dicey, F R, LXVII. May, 

860 (XXL May. 450 ; XXIL July, 57) 
Annexation and After, by Luden Wolf, F R, LXVIL May, 860 

(XXI. May. 450) 
Federation in South Afrk», Q R, CXCII. Oct, 50s (XXIL Nov. 460) 
Some Issues of the Transvaal War, by N. W. Sibley, W R, CLIIL 

May, 5x9 
Our South African Colonists ; Their Ultimate Attitude, by A. W. 

Livescy, W R. CLIII. May, 5x7 (XXI. May. 4*9) 
A Voice from Natal, by F. S. Tatham, N C» XLVII. June, 88x (XXL 

June, 544) 
A Plea for an Honourable Peace, by Ramsden Balmforth, W R, 

CLIII. June, 633 (XXI. Time, 550) 
Consult Str George Grey, by James Milne, F R, LXVII. Jtme, 933 

(XXI. June, 544) 
Some Ob8er\'ations on South Africa, by Lionel Phillips, C R, LXXVII. 

June, 761 (XXL June, 545} 
The Policy of Peace, by Edward Dicey, F R, LXVII I. July, x (XXIL 

July. 54) 
How England should treat the Vanquished Boers, by Sir Sidney 

Shippard. N A R, CLXX. June, 8xa (XXIL July, 54] 
The Oudook in South Africa, by Lionel Phillips, J R C I, XXXI. 

Jttiyf S33 

The Pariii Peace Congress and the War, by Yves Guyot, O C, XIV. 

Dec, 756 
Science in Politics, M R. 1. Dec. xo (XXIL Dec, 574) 
The Future in South Africa, Scot R, XXXVI. July, 1x3 
An Africander's Reflections on the Future of South Africa, by Adrian 

Hofrnevr, Nat R, XXXVI. Sept. 198 (XXIL Sept, 9^3) 
The SetUement in South Africa after the War, by S. C. Cronwright- 

Schreiner, N A R. CLXXI. July, X94 
The South African Setdement, by J. B. Robinson, C R, LXXVIIL 

Oct, 457 (XXIL Oct, 36s) 
War as a Path to Settlement, by Douglas Story, New C R, VIII. 

Dec, 4x3 
' "The Settlement after the War in South Africa " by M. J. Farrdly, 
Unsigned Article on, Mac, LXXXIII. Nov, 51 
After the War, by Dr. J. Guinness Rogers, Pup, III. Aug. 60* (XXIL 

Sept, 955) 
Union and Annexation, by Pft)f. R. Lodge, Mac, LXXXIII. Dec, 

X03 
After tiie Annexation, Black, CLXVIIL Nov, 776 
A Plea for the Orange Free Sute, by Walter Sweetman, W R. CLIV. 

Dec, 609 (XXIL Dec, 576) 
Settlers and Settiements in South Africa, by H. A. Brydeo, F R. 

LXVIII. Aug, 947 (XXIL Aug, X4q) 
Concerning South African Settiers, by Arnold White, C R, LXXVIIL 

Nov, 669 (XXIL Nov. 460) 
Soldier Settlers in South Africa, by CoL J. G. B. Stopford, N C, 

Plantin«-Out State Children in South Africa, by Duke of Argyll, N C. 



oidier bottlers in bouth Arnca, Dy i^L j 

XLVIIL July, X7 (XXIL Julv, 54) 

lantin«-Out Sute Children in South Africa, 

XLVII. Apr, 609 (XXI. Apr, 350) 
Native Problems ; the Future of British South Africa, by F. H. 

Williams, Pur, IIL Mar. x88 
The Native Races, by Rev. J. S. Moi&t. N C, XLVIL June, 890 

(XXI. June, 544) 
Agricultural Education of Natives, by E. M. Green. F R, LXVII. Jan, 

104 (XXI. Jan. 58) 
A Plea for the Indians m Soutii Africa, by G. P. Pillai. A Q, X. July, 

89 
International I aw. Contraband of War : 
The South African War from the Point of View of International Law, 

by T. P. Ion, Cons R, III. June, 3x6 
llie Usages of War in South A/rica, by John Macdooell, N C, XLVIIL 

Dec, 1040 (XXIL Dec, k^o) 
Neutrals and the War, by John Macdaoell, N C, XLVII. Feb, 3M 
Food-Stuffs as Contraband of War, by Thomas Barclay, C R, LXXVII. 

Feb, 943 
England, Delagoa Bny, and Contraband, by Editor of Anglo- 

AmericaHf A A, IIL Feb. X38 



to 



INDEX TO THE 



Africa.— Continued. 



Afmca.— Contioned. 



Africa — continued. 
The Transvaal, tbe Orange Free State, the War, etc.— continued. 
Parallel Caaei : 
The War end Some American Parallels, by Morley Roberts, H, XVI. 

Mar, 170 (XXI. Mar, 337) 
African UitlanderB and American Outlanders, by a Disciple of 

Thomas Carlyle, A A, III. June, Ki6 
The Civil War; an American Parallel to the Present Campaign, by 

Major E. S. Valentine, F R, LXVIl. Apr, 660 (XXI. Apr. 34^7) 
The war in South Africa and the Amencan Qvil War, by Spenser 

^^kinson, C R, LXXVII. June, 793 (XXI. June, 550); Same 

Article, Bkman A, XI. June, 366 
The Transvaal and the Philippines, by Dr. G. R. Bristor, A A. III. 

Apr, 3x9 ; and Reply to, by Editor of Angio-Americmn, A A, III. 

Apr, 38a 
Cost of the War, etc. : 
How to pay for the War, by Hugh Chisholm, F R, LXVII. Mar, 44a 

(XXI. March, 936) 
Who ought to pay for the War? W R, CLIII. Mar, 348 (XXI. Mar, 

«65) 
Who is to pav for the War ? by Earl of Camperdown, N C, XLVII. 

Apr, 603 (XXI. Apr, 349) 
The Worlune Man and the War Charges, by Frederick Greenwood, 

N C. XLVIII. Oct, 58a (XXII. Oct, 37«) 
Why British Workmen condemn the War, by F. Maddison, N A R, 

CLXX. Apr, 518 (XXL May, 457) 
Wase-Eamera and the South African War, by E. B. Husband, W R, 

CLIV. Oct, 357 
Some Economic Aspects of the War, by Sir R. Gifien, Econ J, X. 

June, Z94 
Some Economic Consequences of the South African War, by L. L. 

Price, Econ J, X. Sept 393 
Army Reform, etc., see under Army 
Foreign Opinion, etc : 
As Others see Us, by Frederic Harrison, Pos R, VIII. July, 1x3 
England and the European Powers, by Ptof. Hans Delbr&ck, N A R, 

CLXX. Jan, 95 
A French General's Defence of the Boers, by Gen. Count Du Barail, 

N A R, CLXX. Apr, 518 
The Psychology of the French Boerophiles and Anglophobes, by Yves 

Guyot, C R, LXXVII. June, 777 (XXL June, 550) 
The Present Feeling in Germany towards England, by a German 

Lady, Nat R, XXXIV. Feb, 867 (XXI. Feb, 144) 
German Feeling toward England and America, by llieodor Mommaen, 

N A R, CLXX. Feb. 940 
American Opinion on the South African War, by Harry Thurston Peck, 

Bkman A, X. Feb, 537 
America and the War, by Sydney Brooks, N A R, CLXX. Mar, 337 

(XXI. Apr, 345) 
America's Attitude toward England, by R. A. Alger, N A R, CLXX. 

Mar, 339 (XXI. Apr, 354) 
American Public Opmion and the War, by H. H. Bowen, N C, 

XLVII. May, 744 
An American View of the Boer War, by Edward J. Hodgson, N C, 

XLVIII. Aug, 979 (XXIL Aug, X77) 
War Correq>ondents : 



Prevost Bnttersby. Nat R, XXXVI. Nov, 4>o (XXIL Nov, 473) 
English War-Correspondents m South Africa, by Fred. A. McK( 



enue 



The War Correspondent ; a Suggestion for the Future, by H. F. 

LXVI. 

South 

(^/.), Harp, XL. July, 909 (XXIL July. 5a) 
British War Correspondents at the Front, by John Bell (aT/.), T M, IV. 

Jan, 409 
Young Men in the War, by J. A. Hammertcn (///.), Y f^ XIV. Apr, 

XZ4 
To Certain English and Canadian Correspondents, by Harry Thurston 

Pedc, Bkman A, XL May, 999 
John A. Ewan and Fred. T. Hamilton, Canadian War Correspondents, 

by John Lewis (itf.). Can M, XV. Oct, 495 
A Yankee Correspondent in South Africa, by Julian Ralph,C M, LXI. 

Nov, 67 
The Work of War Artists in S. Africa, by A. C. R. Carter (i7/.), Ai^ J 

Christmas Annual (XXIL Nov, 505) 
Miscellaneous : 
llie Casualties of War and of Industry, by F. Harcourt Kitchin, 

N C, XLVIII. Nov. 815 (XXIL Nov, 475) 
Martial Law, by Frederic Harrison, Poa R, VI 11. Aug, 137 
Prisoners of War, by T. Morton (f7/.), P M. IX. Feb, 189 
A Visit to the Boer Prisoners at St. Helena, by Mrs. John Richard 

Green. N C, XLVIII. Dec, 979 (XXIL Dea 549) 
Gen. Cronje at St Helena, see under St. Helena 
Side-Lights on the War (i7A), C F M. XXXI. June, 99 
Fact and Fiction in War, by George Griffith ; Interview, by R. 

Blathwayt (i//.), Q T. VL Sept, 360 
The Spirit of the Nation in War, by Major A. C. Yate, U 8 M, 

CXLII. Apr, X4 
The Ethics of Patriotism, by Rev. W. H. Kent, Ir E R. VIII. Oct, 989 
Peace, War, and Gold, by Charles E. Byles, New C R. VII. Apr, 907 
Liberal Imperialists, by Rev. A. £. T. Newman, New C R, VII. 

Apr, 393 
The Churches and the War, by Dr. J. Guinness Rogers, CR, LXXVIL 

May, 609 (XXI. May, 456) 
The Clergy and the War, by Nora Twycross, W R, CLIV. Sept, 956 
Ministeis and the War: an Imaginary Conversation between Rev. 

Silas K. Hocking, Rev. W. J. Dawson, and Rev. John Temple 

Witherington (i//.}, Q T, V. Mar, 490 



Africa— continued. 
The Transvaal, the Orange Free State, the War, etc.-*«ooiinued. 
Miscellaneous— continued, 
llie Crucifixion and the War in the Creation, by Rev. W. W. Peyton, 
C R, LXXVIIL Oct, 518 (XXIL Oct, 379), Dec. 835 (XXIL 
Doc. 573) 
Recent Literature on the War, R R, XXL June, 599 ; XXII. 

Nov. 498 
Recent Books on the War, William Canton on, Q W, XLI. July, 499 
. Personalities of the Conflict, by Edwin Goadby [iii,), ■ M. IV. 
Jan, s8i 
Some Famous Soldiers at the Front, by Mrs. S. A. Tooley (aV.), W H, 

IX. Apr, 697 (XXI. Apr, 3C4) 
Famous Regiments in South Africa, by G. Douglas, E I, XXII. 

Mar, 534 
Mr. Thomas Atkins in War Time, by Rev. E. J. Hardy, T M, V. Dec, 

C^utmas at the Front, by W. B. Wollen {iU.), C ^ M, XXXII. Dec, 

XI9 

At the Front of War (Queenstown, Cape Colony) by a Nomad (a?/.), 

Lud, X. Aug, 350 
With the Troops to South Africa, by Lieut. Walter Johnson, L. H, 

XLVIIL Feb, 343 (XXI. Feb, X48) 
With "Tommy" on a Transport to the Cape, by Florence Bumler 

(i//.), W M, XL Apr. 538 
Some of Our Fallen Heroes, by Marion Leslie («V.), L R, IX. Dec,_T69 
Deeds of Daring and Devotion in the War, by A. T. Story {Hi.), 



XX. Aug, 153 
Military ' 
Baden-PoweU (Gen. R. S. S.}> Kitchener (Lord), 



British 



Leaders noticed, see 



BuUer (Sir H. R.), Macdonakl (Gen. H.), 

French (Gen.), Methuen (Lord), 

Hamilton (Major-Gen. Ian), Roberts (Lord), 

Kekewich (CoL ), White (Sir G. ). 

The Miliury Leaders of the Eoers (i//.), R R A, XXI. May, 573 
Boer Military Leaders noticed, see 

Botha ( I ouis), Joubert (Gen. ), 

Cronje (Gen.), Wet (Gen. C. de). 

The War Relief Funds, by Rev. C. G. Lang, N C, XLVII. Jan, tax 

(XXI. Jan, 60) 
The Relief Funds, by Earl Nelson. N C, XLVII. Mar, 399 
Women and the War Funds, by Mrs. F. H. Will amson («//.), C F M, 

XXX. Apr, 499 




Young («//.), Q T, VII. Oct, 40 
Padre Robertson, by H. C. Shelley yUl.), Sun 8tr, II. Nov, 56S 
Our Missionaries and the Boer War, by F. M. Holmes {ill. and «««», 

Q, Mar, 404 
The Trail of the War, by Miss May Bateman {tll.\ Sun Str, II. Ant. 

X67, Sept, 395, Oct, 383 
Women and the War, Eng W R, XXXI. Apr, 77, Oct, 996 
Ladies at the Front, by IgnoU {ill.). Harms, IV. Feb. 68 
Ihe War on Pictorial Postcards, by C. HoUand {ill.). Royal, lY. 

Sept, 499 
The War inToyland, by A. C. Banfield (ill.). Royal, IV. Sept, w6 
Penny Patriotism; Penny Toys, I y R. Machray {HI.), C F M, XXXI. 
Oct, 496 
Poems on the War : 
*' Major-General Andrew Wauchope of Niddrie," P M M, XX. Mar, 

358 
"At Modder River," by Emily McManus, Can M, XIV. Apr, saS 
" The Ballad of Glencoe," by Merton Lee, New C R, VII. ). n, 78 
" Elands Laagte. Oct.. X89V' by Vida Briss, Sun M, XXIX. Jan, 64 
•• Cronjc's Last Stand," C W, LXXl. Apr, 66 
"Joubert," by Henry Tyrrell, Fr L. L. June, S05 
"Lord Roberts's Entry into Pretoiia, June 5* 1900," by N. W.Sibfey, 

NewCR. VIILAug, 154 
"The Faithful City" (Mafeking), by Miss Christian Burke, Black, 

CLXVII. June, 847 
"Floreat Britannia: Mafeking, May x8, 1900," by Sir Theodoie 

Martin, Black, CLXVII. June. 857 
"Mafeking, x^th May, 1900," by CoL G. H. Trevor, New C R, VIL 

June, 493 _ 

"The Defence of Mafeking," by N. W. Sibley, NewCR, VIIL 

July, 6 
"The Hero of Mafeking," by B. A. Warburton {ill.). Universal, L 

July, 510 
"The War," by Hon. Cecily Henriker, L R, VII. Feb. 465 
"Table Bay in War Time,'' by S M.C., ir M, XXVIIL Nov, 633 
"A Child amongst the Dead,'^ Lud, IX. Apr, 516 
" The List of Casualties ; or, Who has given most 7" by M. A. Biggs, 

EneWR, XXXI. Apr, 83 
" The Souls of the Slain " by Thomas Hardy, C, VIIL Apr, 433 (XXI. 

Apr, 370) 
"To the C.I.V. Gteeiing, Oct. 37, 1900," by Canon H. D. Ra«iuley, 

I C M, L Dec, xa9 
" Pro Patria ! 1899— xqoo," by T.C., Lud, IX. Apr. 585 
" Peace," by Col. G. H. Trevor, New C R, VII. Apr. 336 
British Amatorgaland, by W. Spei.cer Walton [ill.), Mit R, XIIL Oct, 758 
Portuguese East Africa : 
The Delagoa Boy Arbitration, by Makolm Mcllwraiih, F R, LXVIIL 

Sept, 410 (XXII. Sept, 373) 
Delagoa Bay, Contraland, and the War, see uncer Siibheadirg War above 



ApRttA.— 0>otintteJ. 



PERIODICALS OF 1900. 



II 



AcRICUt.TaRB. 



Africa— continue i. 
Portuguete Kast Africa— continued: 
Pioneering on the Beira Railway, by L. Orman Cooper, C R, 

LXXVril, Oct, 50? (XXII. Oct. 366) 
With Lancet and Rifle on th: Beira Railway, by L. Orman Cooper, F R, 

LXVIir. (uly. 9a (XXII. July, 78) 
Sport in Portuguese East Africa, by A. H. Sharp (^/.)* Bad M, XI. 

Sept, 96a 
British Central Africa : 
The Conunerdal Possibilities of British Central Africa, by Patrick 

Robertson {i//.\ Scot Q M. XVI Apr, 9:15 
Northern Nyasaland, by Rev. James Henderson, 8cot Q M, XVI. 

Feb, 8a 
A Journey from Fort Jameson to Old Chitambo and the Tanganyika 

Plateau, by Robert Codrington (wa/ and (//.}, Q J, XV. Mar, 927 
Moore's fclxpedition to Tanganyika, by Malco'm Ferguason [ma/), Q J, 

XV. Apr, 389 
A Journey to the Summit of Mouit Kenya, by H. J. Mackinder 

[maps and rV/.), Q J, XV. May, 453 
Notes 00 the Country between Lake Chiuta and the River Luli, by Capt. 

F. B. Pearce [map and Ul.\ Q J, XV. June, 6ia 
Toe Discovery of Ophir, by Dr. Carl Peters [map and »V/.), Harp, 

XLI. Dec, 115 
The Livingstonia Mission and Central Africa, by Dr. G. Smith, C J, 

III. Feb, 90 
David Livingstone, by H. Friend {ilt.\ Q T, VI. July, 939 
Memorial to Dr. Livmgstone [HI.), Q J, XV. June, 6)6 
The Livingstone Memorials, by Rev. J. Johnston [ill.), Mis R, XIII. 

Oct, 766 
Zanzibar : 

Zaniibar. by Allen Sangree [UL), Aintlee, VI. Dec, 466 
The Political Histonr of Muscat, Cat R, CX. Apr, 337 
British East Africa, Uganda, etc : 



Exploitations in Uganda, by Harold Bin Uoss^A Q, JX. Jan, 74 
Trip from Uganda to Khartoum, by " 
XXXV. July, 813 (XXII. July, 74} 



A Trip from Uganda to Khartoum, by Capt. F. M. Gage [map], Nat R, 



. Gorges [map and ill.), Q J, XVI. July, 78 
op Peel in East Africa. Ch Mis I, Ll. Nov, 811, Dec, 89a 
Principle That underlies Victory, by E. Stock, Mis R, XIII. Aug, 



A Journey from Lake Naivasha to the Victoria Nyanza, by Capt. G. 

H. Gorges [map and ill.),Q J, XVL ~ 
Bishoi 
The 

SirHarry Johnston on Uganda, by T.F.V.R., Ch Mis I, LI. Nov, 

8^1 
A Confirmation Tour in Uganda, by Bishop Tucker, Ch Mis I, LI. 

Nov, 837 
A Missionary Journey through Nkole, by Bishop Tucker, Ch Mis I, LI. 

July, 496 
H >w I keep Hous: in Kikujru, by Mrs. Fred Snowden [ill.), W W, V. 

May, 136 
My Housekeeping Troubles in East Africa, by Mrs. Fred Snowden [ill.), 

W W, V. Sept. 566 
Lion-Hunting by a Lady in British East Africa, by Mrs. Hinde [HI,), 

P M. IX. May, 534 
Central Africa, Miscellaneous : The Women of Ontral Africa, by Dr. G. 

Douglas Gray, H, XVII. Aug, 96 
Somililand : 

A Journey through Somaliland and Southern Aby^uinia to the Shan^alla 

or Berta Country and ths Blue Nile, and through the Sudan to Egypt, 

by Dr. Reginald Koettlitz (<//.}, J Man Q 8, XVI. Aug, i ; Same 

Article [Hi.), Scot Q M, XVI. Aug, 467 
Temperature Observations in Somaliland and Abyssinia, by R. T. 

Omond, Scot Q M, XVI. Aug. 490 
The Handmaidens Heiro and Nado, by Miss Alice Taubman-Cjoldie 

[ill.), W W, V. July, 377 
With a Camsra in Somaliland, by V. Goedorp («//.), W W, V. Aug. 496 
A big-Game Trip to Somaliland, by Sir £. Lechmere [ill.), W W, VI. 

Oct, 53 
A UoD Hunt in Somaliland, by Marion Wright [ill.), O, XXXV. Feb, 

44 T 
Abyssinia : 

Ihe Und of the " King of Kings," by V. Goedorp [ill.), W W, VI. Dec. 



Court of the " Lion of Judah," by V. (Soedorp [ill.), W W, IV. 



99Q 

At the 

Jan, 507 
Addis Ababa, Abjrssinia ; a Capital That moves, by Herbert Vivian [HI.), 

P M, X. Sept. 991 (XXII. Seot, 98a) 
A Journey to ths Abyssinian Capital, by Capt. M. S. Wellby [HI.) 

Harp, XL. June, 141, July, 944, Aug. 36S (XXII. Aug, 17a) 
King Menelek's Dominions smd the (Country between Lake Gallop 

(Rudolf) and the NUe Valley, by Capt. M. S. WeUby [map), Q J, 

XVI. Sept, 999 
An Expedition between Lake Rudolf and the Nile, by Dr. A. Donaldson 

Smith [map and HI.), Q J, XVI. Dec, 600 
A Journey through Somalilan 1 an I Southern Abyssinia to the Shangalla 

or Berta Country and the Blue Nile and through the Sudan to Egypt, 

by Dr. Reginald Koettlitz [ill.), J Man Q 8, XVI. Aug, x ; Same 

Article («(/.), Scot Q M, XVI. Aug. 467 
A Journey through Abyssinia to the Nile, by Herbert W. Blundell [map 

and HI.), Q J, XV. Feb. 97 (XXI. May, 480} 
Temperature Observations in Somaliland and Abyssinii, by R. T. Omond, 

Scot Q M, XVI. Aug, 490 
Notes on Geology and Anthropology in Abyssinia, by Dr. Reginald 

Koetditz (Ma/f, Q J, XV. Mar, 264 
Captives of a Crasy King (Theodore), 1864-8, by E. E. MHnor (£/.), 

W W, V. May, 140 



Africa— continued. 
Miscellaneous : 
The Resurrection of Africa, by Marvin Dana, New C R, VII. Juns, 480 
Twenty Years of Empire-Building in Africa, by Barton J. Headrick 

[maps), Fr L, LI. Dec, 17a 
The Economic Cmquest of the Continent of Africa, by H. G. Proat [ill.). 

Ens M, XVIIL Feb, 637 (XXI. Mar 236, a6a) 
The Commercial Resources of Tropical Africa, by Edward Heawood, 

Scot Q M, XVI. Nov, 65t 
The Kible in Africa, by Rev. T. H. Darlow [ill.]. Sun H, July, 567 

(XXII. July, 65) 
The Outlook for Africa, by Bishop C. C. Penick, Mis R, XIIL Mar, 

190 
The Redsmption of Africa, by H.E.F.. Ch Mis I, LL July, 481 
The Cape-to-Cairo Railway, by John H. Knight [map and Ul,), 

Eng M, XIX Apr, z 
Through Africa frooi the Cape to Cairo, by Ewart S. Grogan [map 

and m.), Q J, XVI. Aug, 164 (XXII. Sept, 264, 967) 
Captain E. S. Grogan's Lourney from the Caps to Cairo, by H. C. Fyfe 

(«V/.),PM, X.Oct, 4x8 
Early Dutch Footprints in Africa, by Alfred Kinnear, C J, III. May* 

The Native Question (see also Articles imder Subheadings South Africa, 
South African War, etc , etc. , above} : 
The Origin of the Negro Race, by Sir Henry M. Sunley, N A R, 

CLXX. May, 656 (XXI. June, 582) 
The Amistad CapUves, by EUen S. Bardett [HI.), N E M, XXIL 

Mar, ^2 
The Claims of Uncivilised Races, by H. R. Fox-Bourne, Humane R, 

I. July, 162 
The Supreme God of the Lowest Races, by J. H. Woods, New W, IX. 

Sept, 44< 
How Kaffirs travel, C J, III. Feb. xi8 
After-Dinner Sports, by T. Morton [ill.), P M, X. Dec, 675 
Agnes, St.. of Rome (died 393), Poem on,— "St. Agnes, the Roman 

Virgin and Mariyr,** by Kev. T.S., C W, LXX. Feb, 696 
Agnosticism (see also Rationalism, etc.) : 
What is Agnosticism? by A W. Benn, New W, IX. Sept, 466 
Agnostidsn in Its Relation to Modem Unitarianism, by E.M.S., W R, 

CLIII. Ian, 4a 
" Naturalism and Agnosticism " ; Gifford Lectures, 1896-8, by Prof. 
James Ward: 
Jones, Miss E. E. C, on (Dr. Ward's Refutation of Dualism), Mind, 

IX. )uly, 356 
Moore, A. W., on, A J Soc, V. Jan, 5^3 

Ritchie, Prof. D. G., on (Nature and Mind), Phil R, IX. May, 241 
Ritchie, Prof. Eliza, on. Phil R, IX. Jan, 70 
Sorley, Prof. W. R., on, Crit R, X. Jan, 9 
Taylor, A. E., on, Mind, IX. Apr, 244 
Wenley, R. M., on (llie Changing Temper of Modern Thought), 

Ed R A, XIX. Jan, ix 
Unsigned Article on, Ch Q, L. Apr, 125 
Naturalism and Aenoaticism; a Reply to Herbert Spencsr, by Prof. 
James Ward, F R, LXVII. Mar, 464: and Rejoinder (Letter), by 
Herbert Spencer, F R, LXVII. Apr. 7x0 
Agriculture (see also Land. Rural Life, Dairy- Farming : Cattle, Hones, 
Sheep ; Forestry, Trees, Horticultui e. Fruit, Vegetables, etc. ) : 
Gsographical Distribution of the Worid's Grain Crops, bf H.S.T., 

Land M, IV. Sept, 629 
Distribution of Agncu'ttiral Products and Live Stock outside the Tropics, 

by Dr. A. f. Herbertsoo, Q J, XV. Jan, 52 
The British Crops of 189), J B A, VI. Mar, 433 
Imports of Agricultural Produce in 18)9, J B A, VI. Mar, 457 
Imports of the Cereal Year, 1809-1900, J B A, VII. Sept, 180 
Agricultural Returns of Great Britain, xooo, J B A, Vil. S:pt, 187 
The Grain Harvest of 1000, J B A, VIL Dec, 289 
Ths Next Agricultural Census, 1901, by W. E. Bear, F R, LXVII. Apr, 

591 (XXI. Apr, 372) 
The Wheat Croo of 1900, by J. Henry Gilbert, Land M, IV. D^ 878 
Wheat; New Breed against Old, by H. H. Cave, Land M, IV. Oct, 

707 
Remarkable Experiments with Wheat in Minnesota, by W. S. Harwood 

[ill.). Harms, V. .^^ept, 129 (XXII. Oct, 376) 
Wonders in Wheat>Gr owing, by Aa«tin Fryers [ill.), P M, IX. Jan, 66 

(XXI. Jan, 57) 
Giant Wheat Farms in America, by W. Bob Holland (x7/.), P M, X. Aug, 

Aug, 130 
America and the World's Wheat Supply, by R. S. Baker [HI.), W M, XIL 

Nov, 665 (XXII. Nov, 464) 
An International Wheat Corner, by J. D. Whelpley, F R, LXVIII. Aug, 

2o8 (XXII. Aug. 154) ; Same Article, McCI, XVI. Aug, xU^ 
Transportation of the World's Whsat Crop, by George E. Walsh, A, XXIV. 

Nov, 506 
The Exportation of Wheat from Siberia, J B A, VI. Mar, 501 
Rust in Wheat, by T. C. Trench, Long, XXXV. Tan, 277 
Quality of Barley grown after KooU, by A. D. Hall, J B A, VII. Dec, 

29a 
Various Conditions aflfecting the Malting Quality of Barley, by J. M. H. 

Munro and E. S. Heaven ;i//.). J R A S, XI. 'June, 185 
Buckwheat; Its Cultivation and Uses, by J.E.K.S., Land M, IV. July, 

505 
Flax-Culture in Ireland, by Thomas Fitzpatrick, N I R, XIV. Nov, 140 
The Fkx Industry of Courtrai, J B A, VI. Mar, 505 
Rhubarb as a Farm Crop. Land M, IV. Tan, 8x 
Asparagus-Culture, by John J. T. Norfolk, J R A S, XL Dec, 646 



12 



AcRicuLTURB.-— Continaed. 



INDEX TO THE 



AGRICULTCSK.-*Coiltkuied. 



Aflrricu Itu re— coitinued. 
Other Farm Crops noticed, see Maize, Turnips, Potatoes 
Sugar, see Sugar 

Pastures Old and New, by J. Perkins, Land M, IV. June, 398 
French Pasture Lands, by £. Conner, Land M, IV. Sept, 638 
The Winter of xSq^^xooo, J R A 8, XL Mar, 139 
The Spring of zooo, J R A 8, XL June, 389 
The Sununer or 1900, J R A 8, XL Sept, 53a 
The Autumn of 1900, J R A 8. XL Dec, 751 

Receipts and Payments in Agriculture, by A. T. Eve, Land M, IV. Feb, 91 
Rates and Freignts, by T. S. Kerr, Land M, IV. Oct, 73^ 
Scotch Sport and Highland Prosperity, by Augustus Urimble, C J, III. 

Fco, 97 
The Baltic (Com Exchange), London ; Its History and Work, by W. C. 



Mackenzie (^/.), W M, XII. Oct, 559 

Lan(Uor(u, by 



Rev. A. E. T. Newman, 



The Golden Future of the 

New C R, VII. Jan, 13 
Aericultural Protection, by T. E. Markham, N I R, XIII. June, axS 
Ine Agricultural Holdings Act, 1900 : 

Dodgson, W. L., on. Land M, IV. May, 336 

Druoe, S. B. L., on, J R A 8. XL Sept, 484 

Graham, W., on. Land M, IV. July, 497 

Home, Fred, on. Land M, IV. Sept, 655 

Plummer, C. H. Scott, on. Land M, IV. June, 440, Aug, 573 

Ure, Alexander, on. Land M, IV. Apr, a68 

Small Scottish Landlord on. Land M, IV. Aug, ssa 
Tenant Right Legislation ; Latest Phase, by W. Lipscomb, Land M, IV. 

DeCj 831 
Technical Evidence, by H. Biuhdl. Land M, IV. June, 40^ 
The Valuation of Woods for Transfer, by D.F., Land M, iV. Aug, 547 
Who bean the Cost of a Lease ? by J. H. Redman, Land M, IV. Aug, 565 
Infant Lessors and Lessees, by J. H. Redman, Land M, IV. Au;. 577 
Distress Damage Feasant, by J. H. Redman, Land M, IV. Feb. 158 
Unenclosed Roads and the Gates across Them, Land M, IV. May, 359 
Tithes, see under Church of England 
Land Laws, see under Land 

Refkeal of the Corn L'aws, 1846, see under Protection and Fair Tirade 
Agriculture in Scotland, see under Scotland 
Agricnlture in Ireland, see under Ireland 
Large and Small Farms, byG. Murray, Land M, IV. Jan, iz 
Fifty Years of Stafibrdshire Farming, by T. Carrington Smith, Land M, IV. 

Jan, 44 
The History of a Small Estate in Wales, by Stanley Leighton, Nat R, 

XXXVI. Nov. 377 
Scientific Agriculture : 



Agricultural Sdenoe, by J^P.F. Bell, Land M, IV. May.^^io 
Inherent Capabilities, by A. W. Crampton, Land M, IV. Oct. 700 



Saentific Agriculture, bv Sir John I^wes ; Interview, H, XVI. May, 305 

1 a« 



SoU Analysis, J B A, VI I. Dec, 

Inherent Capabilities, by A. W. i.^..„.|,m,„, ..»..» .„, ... wv^ g^^ 
Artificial Changes of Physical Properties of Soils, J R A 8, XI. Tune, 394 
Substitutes for the Root Crop, by E. Armitage. Land M, IV. Mar, 193 
Natural Fertility v. Acquired Fertility, by A. Murray, Land M, IV. 

Aug, 531 
Vegeuble Manures, by J.E.R.S., Land M, IV. May, 373 
The History of Guano as a Manure, by J.E.R.S., Land M, IV. Sept. 

613 
Gypsum as a Fertiliser, by J.E.R.S., Land M, IV. Oct, 7x7 
Basic Slag, by A. Hutcheaon, Land M, IV. Dec, 837 
The Comparative Value of Nitrate of Sodium and Sulphate of Ammonium 

as Manures, by Prof. R. Warington, J R A 8, XL June, 300 
The Influence of Manures on Mutton, by Dr. W. Somerville and T. H. 

Middleton. J B A, VII. Dec, 311 
Experiments in the Manuring of Swedes, J B A, VII. Sept, aoi 
The Manuring of Potatoes, J B A, VII. June, 24. 5ept. 903 
Influence of Manures on the Kotaaical Composition of Grass-Land, by 

Dr. W. SomerviUe, «J B A, VII. Sept, 245 
Manurial Experiments on Pasture Land, by D. A. Gilchrist, J B A, VI. 

Mar, 438 
Experiments by the Earl of Denbigh on the Home Farm at Newnham 

Paddox with Sugar Beet and New Cereals, by H. H. Cave, Land M, 

IV. Sept, 609 
The Woburn Pot-Culture Station, by J. Augustus Voelcker [ill.), J R A 8, 

XL Dec, 553 
Experiments at Rothamsted on the Changes in the Compos'tion of 

Mangels during Storage, by N. H. J. Miller, J R A 8, XI. Mar, 57 
^ John Bennet Lawes and Rothamsted : 

W. Fieam on (i//.), J R A 8, XL Sept, ciz 

Unsigned Article on [Ul.\ 8c Q, VII. Oct. 129 
PhiUp Pusey, by Sir Ernest Clarke [Ul.\ J R A 8. XL Mar, z 
Irrigation, see Articles under Egypt, India, United States, Paris 
Weeds ; Report by the Consulting Chemist of the Royal Agricultural 

Society on Vt^eed-Prevention at Wobum ((7/.), J R A 8, XI. Mar, izo 
The Destruction of Charlock, J B A, VI. Mar, 465 ; VII. Jime, 43, Dec, 

353 
Experiment on Spraying Charlock in Cora at Three Centres, by Prof. 

Winter, Land M, IV. Nov. 777 
Diseases of Plants and Agricultural Pests (see a'so Articles under Turnips, 

Fruit- Fre^s, Larches; Sawfly, Ermine Moth; Crows, Rabbits) : 
Annual Report for 1900 of the Consulting Botanist of the Royal 

Agricultural Society {ill.\ J R A 8. XL Dec. 73 z 
Rust in Wheat, by T. C. Trench, Lone, XXXV. Jan, 977 
Annual Report for zooo of the Zoologist of the Royal Agricultural Society 

{ill.), JR A 8, XL Dec, 74a 
Fumigation for Insect Pests, by W. E. Bear {ill.), J R A 8, XL June, 

e63 



Cas M, XtX. 



Aariculture — continued. 
Live Stock of the Farm, see Cattle, Horses, Sheep, Rgs, Ponltry 
Agricultural Machinery, etc. : 
Machinery in Agriculture, by Geoige E. Walsh [ill,), 

Dec, 137 
Agricultural Machinery at the Paru Exhibition (af/.), Eng T, IV. Aug, 1*3 
Agricultural Implements at the Paris International Exhibition, Z900, by 

F. S. Courtney (i//.), J R A 8. Dec, 65^ 
Miscellaneous Implements exhibited at York, by Thomas Stirton {iil.), 

J R A 8, XL Sept, 47a 
The 1 rials of Horse-Power Cultivators at York, by C. W. Uster-Keye 

\ill.), J R A 8, XL Sept, 46Z 
The Trials of Steam Diggers at York, by Prof. W. E. Dalby {iU.\ 

J R A 8, XL Sept, 443 
An Experiment with a Turf Plough, by Dr. W. Somerville, «l B A, VI. 

Mar, 443 
The Passing of the Plough, by X., Land M, IV. June, 4x7 
Reaping-Machines, Past and Present, by James Edwards, J R A 8, XL 

June, 997 
Haymaking by Wire in Norway, by Dr. F. Scharlach [ill.), P M, IX. Apr, 

Stacking Com, by J. P. P. B:ll [iU.), Land M, IV. Aug, 540 
Farmhouses, Farm Buildings : 
Farm Houses, by A. R. Cragg {ill.)y Land M, IV. July, 465 
'J'he Designing and Erection of Farm Homesteads, by Gilbert Murracy, 

Land M, IV. Aug, 561 
Labourers' Cottases, by Constance Cochrane, Land M, IV. Apr, 978 
Construction of Dairy Byres, by C W. bleigh. Land M, IV. M»r, z88 
The Construction of a Modem Bacon Factory, by L. M. Douglas («V.}, 
J R A 8, XL Mar, 35 
Women in Agriculture, by Countess of Warwick, Unfvertal, I. Feb, 51 
Some Famous Lady Farmers, by Mrs. D. A. Fletcher (<//.}, T M, V. 

Nov. Z69 
Agricultural Education : 

i'he International Congress on Agricultural Education, at Paris, Jane, 

i^, by Martin J. Sutton, J R A 8, XL Sept, sas 
Agricultural Education, by Sir Edmund Vemey, H, XVI. Apr, 940 
Newer Ideas in Agricultural Education, by L. A. Bailey, Ed R A, XX 

Nov, 377 
Agricultural Education ; Deputation to Duke of Devonshire, 8 B Q, IIL 

Feb, 89 
Elementary Education and Our Rural Youth ; Open Letter to Sir Joha 

Gorst, by J. Long. Land M, IV. Mar, 17Z 
The Value of School Farms, by S. B. Gordon, A, XXIII. May, 544 
Reading College, see under Horticulture 
The Carton Lectures on Colonial and Indian Agricultture in Edittb«B:gh 

University, b^ Robert Wallace, A Q, X. Oct, 246 
The Colonial College, HoUesley Bay; a Nursery for Greater Britoos 

(ill.), P8M, VLDec, 450 
Agricultural Education of Natives, by E. M. Green, F R, LXVII. Jan, 

104 (XXI. Jan, 58} 
Agricultural Colleges and Experiment Stations in the Unite i States, 

J B A, VII. Dec. 369 
The Improvement of College Courses in Agriculture in America, by A. 

C. True, Ed R A, XIX. Feb, 169 1 

Agricultural Education in Austria, J B A, VII. June, 84 
Agricuhtural Schools in Russia, J B A, VI. Mar, 486 

A German School of Forestry, by A. Allsebrook (///.), Land M, IV. | 
Sept, 60a i 

Royal Agricultural Society : 
Report of the Council to the Half-Yearly Meeting of Governors and 

Members, December, 1900, J R A 8, XL Dec, 694 
Report of the Special Committee on the Society's Show System, «f R A 8, 

XI. Mar, 65 
The York Meeting, 1900, by W. Fream ijlan and Ul.), J R A 8, XI. 

Sept, 405 
Report of Chemical Committee, March^ Z900, J R A 8, XL Mar, 87 
Annual Report for 1900 of the Consultmg Chemist, J R A 8, XI. Dec, 

7*4 
Report by the Consulting Chemist on Experiments in Weed-PreveatioB 

at Woburn [ill.), J R A 8, XL Mar, zio 
Second Report by the Consulting Botanist and the Consulting Chemist 
on the Grass Experiments conducted by the Society (i//.), J R A 8, XI. 
Mar, zz6 
Annual Report for 1900 of the Consulting Botanist [ill.), J R A 8, XI. 

Dec, 731 
Annual Report for 1900 of the Zoologist [ill.), J R A 8, XL Dec, 74a 
Report cf the Tuberculin Committee, J R A 8, XI. Dec, 708 
Annunl Report for 1899 from the Principal of the Royal VeterinazT 
College (i/A), J R A 8, XL Mar, 93 
Small Holdings, Allotments, see under Land 

Metayage- Farming in France, by E. Conner, Land M, IV. Mar, 199 
The Agricultural Syndicates of France, by H. W. Wolff. J R A 8» XI. 

June, asa 
Agricultural Labourers : 
The Workmen's Compensation Act, 1900, J B A, VII. Sept, 183 
Earnings of Agricultural Labourers, Land M, IV. Sept, 6s3 
Ihe Earnings of Agricultural Labourers in Great Britain, J B A, VII. 

Sept, 170 
Wages of Agricultural Labonr in 1899, (J B A, VII. Dec, 361 
Har\est Wages in 1900, J B A, VII. Dec, 363 
Agricultural Wages Abroad, J B A, VII. June, 7a 
The Wages of Farm Servants in Denmark, J B A, VII. De& 979 
The Modern Condition of Agricultural Labour in BoKlarfa, bf 
Katherine B. Davis, J P Econ, VIII. Sept, 491 



AcfttCuLTutt B.— Continued. 



PfiRlODICALS O^ 1966. 



Alpji. 



•3 



Ag^rlculture — ontinued. 

Agricultural Service under the Feudal System, see under English 

Historjr 
The Beginning of Agricubare; the Evolution of Simple Societies, by 

Prof. A. C. Haddon, K, XXIII. Aue, 171, Oct, 331, Dec. »6q 
An OldeTyme Harvest Home, by A. E. B. Soulby, Land M, IV. June. 456 
Harvest-lime and Harvest-Home in Derbyshire, by T. RatcliSe, Ant, 

XXXVI. Oct, ^13 
A Harvest Home m Thrums (Kiiriemuir), by M. E. Leicester Addis, LIpp, 

LXVI. Oct, 553 
Colonial and Foreign Agriculture, see Articles under Egypt, France, 
United States, etc., etc. 
Asrippa, Cornelius, i486-^i5« : Agrippa'a Appreciation of Women, by 

Harnet Mcllquham, W R, CLIV. Sept, 303 
Ahldon, H«nov«r: Sophie Dorothea of Zeli ; the Prisoner of Ahlden (iV/.), 

L R, VII. Jan. 359 
AIntlie, Douglas, Poams by,~ 
••Chrysoroas," Dome, VI. Apr, 175 
"Machor." Doma, VII. July, 149 
Air, see under Atmosphere 
Air, Liquid, nee under Uiemistry 

Aitken Family : Aitken of Thornton, by Marquis de Ruvigny and Ratneval 
l$ii.)t Qaneal M, IV. Aug, x66. Sept, 304, Oct, 356, Nov, 3x0, Dec, 

Amuowskl, Ivan Constantinovitch, Russian Artist, 18x7—1900, Prince 

B. Karageorgevitch on (rV/.), M Art, XXIV. July, 4x1 
Akanslde, Mark, x 731 —1770: D^eneracy and Genius, by Dr. J. G. 

Kieman, H, XVI. &iar, X98 
Alabama, see Tuskeges 
Alarm Bell of the Century— Napoleon at Boulogne, by W. Stevens 

Oil.), L H, XUX. Nov, 33, Dec, X09 
Alaska : 
llie Alaskan Boundary Question, by Prof. C. N. Gregory, Law M, XXV. 

Feb, i« 
The Alaskan Bonndarv, E R, CXCI. Apr, 379 
The Goldfields of the Yukon Region, see Yukon Rezion 
A Trip to Cape Nome, by Henry G. De Meli (i//.), Munsey, XXIV. 

Nov, 176 
The Cape Nome Gold Fields, by William J. Lampton (i//.), McCI, XV. 

June. 134 
Cape Nome Goldfield, by Miss Elisabeth Robins («//.), R R. XXII. Oct, 

343: Same Anide (iV/.), R R Aus, XVII. Nov, 583 
A Woman's Experience at Cape Nome, by Eleanor B. Caldwell (i//.), Cos, 

XXX. Nov, 8x (XXII. Nov, 476; 
Diary Jottings in Ahuka, by R. W. W. Cryant, W R, CLIII. May, S57 
Net KMulis m Alaska, by vVarrea Lheaey («f/.}, AInslee, V. Apr, 314 
Civiliang the Natives of Alaska, by Dr. W. T. Harris (rV/.), AInslee, VI. 

Sept, 173 
A SocUl Ottherin; in Alaska, bv J. H. Todd (iV/.), W W, V. May, 167 
The Harriman Alaska Expedition : Discoveries in Our Arctic Regions 

(ma/ and r//.}, W Work. I. Dec, 149 
Summer HoUdayn in Alaskan Waters with the Haxriman Eoipedition, by 
John Burroughs (m0> and ii^.}, C M, LX. Aug, 575 (XXII. Aug, X74}, 
Sept, 7x4 
Albania, see under Turkey 
AIbi Cathedral, France, by H. C Corlette (rV/.), Arch Rev, VIII. 

Nov, 309 
Alcohol : 
The Food Value of Alcohol, by Prof. John Madden. H. XVII. July, 39 
Alcohol Physiology and School Superintendence, by W. O. Atwater, 

EdRA. XX. June, x 
The Nutritive Valae of Alcohol, by Prof. W. O. Atwater, Harp, XL. 

Oct, 675 
Alcoh9l Physiology and Temperance Reform, by Prof. W. O. Atwater, 

Harp. XL. Nov, 850 (XXlL Nov. 477) 
Studies in the Psychology of Alcohol, by G. E. Partridge, A J Psychol, 

XL Apr. 3x8 
The Manufacture of Alcohol from Paper and Sawdjst, by C. A. Mitchell, 

CJ, HI Inly. 476 
The Drink Habit, see Temperance and the Lkjuor Traffic 
Aicott Family : The Alcotts in Harvard, Mass., by Annie M. L. Qark 

(i//.). N E M, XXlL Apr, 173 
Aicott, Miss Louisa May, 1833—1838 : The Alcotts in Harvard, Mass., 



hy Annie M. L. Clark (///.). N E M, XXIL Apr, X73 

Icleburgh, Suffolk : llie Lifeboat Disaster at Aldebnrgt 

a Tragedy of the Sea, by Gerald Halford (iV/.), 8tr, XIX June. 630 



xirgh, Dec. 7. 1899; 



Alden, Ada Foster, Poem by,—" The Eclipse of Poetry,'* C M, LX. 

July, 340 
Alden, Henry M., on Fifty Years of Harper^ s Magazint {iU,)t Harp, 

XXXIX. May, 947 (XXL May, 477) 
Aider, Miss Isabel Brooke, see Hrooke-Alder (Miss Isabel) 
Aldtielm, 8t., 64X— 709?: On Some Poems ascribed to Aldhelm, by Hexu'y 

Bradlev, E H, XV. Apr, 391 
Aldin, Cecil, Artist : 

Interview, by the Old Fag (>.Y.), Capt, II. Feb, 4x9 

Cecil Aldin and the Decoration of the Nursery, by R. Davis Benn ((//.}, 
Art J. XVI. Aug, S47, Sept, 363 
Aldred, Thomas, 

Thomas Aldred and St. George-the«Mart>T Publk Library (atf.), Libr W, 
II. A^, 363 

List of Sequel Stories, by T. Aldred, LIbr W, IL June, 337; IIL July, 
i4f Aug, 40. Sept, 60 

On Novels, LIbr W, II. May, ags 
Aidrlch. Katharine, Poem by,^" Daraarel danced for the King," A M, 

UCXXV. May, 640 



Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, 
A Famous American Poet and Humourist, by Amlsto, Scots, XXV. May, 

447 



Pbem by Thomas Bailey Aldrich :— " The Robin," O T, VL May, 8 
itexander VI., Pope, lived t43x — 1^03: The F 
Mgr. J. F. Loughlin, ACQ, XXV. Apr, 353 



5^1.. 



by 



Alexander, Constance Qrosvenor, Poem by,—" In Paradise," A M, 

LXXXVL Nov, 711 
Alexander, John W..— An American Painter in Paris, by G. Mourey 8tu, 

(»//.). XX. July. 71 
Alexander, Archbishop, of Armagh : 

Biographical by Bishop G. A. Chadwick, Bkman, XIX. Nov, 47 

On the Baptism, Fasting, and Temptation of Jesus (r//.), Q, Jan, 308 

On the Atoning Work of Christ, Q, Oct, X077 
Alexandria, see under Egypt 
Alfonso XIII. of Spain, see Spain (Alfonso XIII. of) 



Alfred, Kins of England, reigned 871 — 90X : 
" red as Man of Letters, by Wa 
Apr, xoa, June, jjf, Aug, 330, Oct, ?cx 



King Alfred as Man of Letters, bv Warwick H. Draper, Ant, XXXVI. 



A Rtyal Musician, by Miss Eleonore d'£sterTe-Keeling(/y/.), GOP, XXL 
Jan, 013 
Algeria, see under Africa 



Alhambra Theatre : 'llie Most Extraordinary Dinner on Earth, by A. H. 

BroadweU (iV/.), 8tr. XIX. May, 539 ( 

All Souls' Day in lUly (NovemW a) : 



ary JLni 
. May, 



479) 



Dalla Vecchts, G., on, Q W, XLI. Nov, 730 

Vansittart, Miss E. C, on, Ant, XXXVI. Nov. 335 
Allegories : 

llie Place of Architecture in Allegory, by Ethel Wheeler, Arch Rev, VIII. 
Dec, a«3 

*' The Pilra-im's Progress,** see under Bunyan (John) 
Alleluia's Thought Sequence, by Dr. i'. J. O'Mahony, Ir E R, VIL 

lune, 495: VIII. July, 36 
Allen, Charles H., Governor of Puerto Rico, H. Macfarland on (i//.), 

R R A, XXL May. 563 
Allen, Charles John, Sculptor, E. R. Dibdin on [tV/.), M Art, XXV. Nov, 

«5 

Allen, Edward Heron, on Jakob Stainer and Hb House at Absam (i?/.), 

Mus T, XLI. Aug, 534 
Allen, Qrant, 1848—1899 : 

Biographical, etc., by Andrew Lang, Arg, LXXI. Aiw* 4x0 

Biographical, etc., by C. K. Shoner (»//.). Critic, XXXVI. Tan, 38 

On Natural History ; In Nature's Workshop (<^.], Str, XIX. Mar, 397 
Allen, James Lane, — Lexington, Kentucky ; Jamei Lane Allen's Country, 

by A. B. Maurice (i7/.), Bkman A, XII. Oct, 154 
Allen, J. Romilly, 

On Kettle- rUters (i//.), Rel, VI. Apr. 1x5 

On a Bronze Bowl found at Needham Market, Suffolk (af/.), Rei, VI. Oct, 
343 
Aller Vale Pottery, Devon, by H. Snowden Ward {Hi,), Art J, XVI. 

Apr, X19 
Alligator-Hunting in Florida, by Athol Maude (j^/.), W W, VL Nov, laa 
Allotments, see under Land 
Alma-Tadema, Sir L., and Miss L., see Tadema (Sir L. A. and Miss 

L. A.) 
Almanacs, see under Calendar 
Almond. H. H., and Loretto School, Scotland, by F. W. Kitto {iU.), 

P S M, VL Dec, 40X 
Almond's Nek, see under Africa (South) 
Alms and Oblations in the Church of England, see under Church of 

England 
Almshouses : 

Emanuel Hospital, Westminster, by Bulkeley Creswell (<V/.), Arch Rev, 
VIL Jan, X7 

Whitgift's Hospital, Croydon, by G. Clinch («//.), Arch Rev, VIII. Dec, 
373 
Aloysius, St., x568~t59x : Thoughts about St. Aloysius, by Rev. Matthew 

KusseU, Ir M, XXVIII. June. 353 
Alpena: Notes on a Micnigan Lumber Town, by Rollin L Haitt, A M, 

LXXXV. Jan, 100 
Alphabet : llie Books of the Ancients, Ubr A R, II. Apr, 315, May, a5^ 
Alphabets : The Practice of Lettering, by E. F. Strange (^/.), Art J, XVI. 

Oct, 3x3 
Alphonsus, St.. 18th Century: The Congregation of the Most Holy 

Re jeemer. by Kev. Father O. R. Vassall (i/T.), St P, IV. Feb, 444 
Alps: 

The Buri< 



ried Alps, by Prof. GrenviUe A. J.. Cole («//.)_,_K, XXIIL Feb, 41 
In the Alps of Dauphin6, by Miss Gertrude Lowthian^O, H C. XLVII. 



Round about Chamoanix, by H. Ward (i//.), Lud, X July, 39 i 
■ ' - - - ■ Bell, NC, 

Feb, 330 



With the Monks of the Great St. Bernard, by Rev. A. Harrison (£f/.), T M, 

IV. Feb. 414 
In an Alpine Posting-Inn, bv Edith Wharton, A M, LXXXV. June, 794 
The Invalid Abroad ; Sketches of Invalid Life in the High Alps, by Simeon 

Linden. W R, CLIII. Jan, 85 
Free- Wheeling over Swiss Passes, by Isabel Maiks {iU,), Bad M, XL 

A Girl's Biode Ride on the Alps, by A. F. Morris (iZf.), Q R, IL 

May, 663 
Capercailzie-Shootiog in the Austrian Alps, by Count Douglas Thum ('VA), 

Bad M, XL Dec, 654 
The Growth of Grindelwald, by Francis Gribble (aT/.). O, XXXVI. 

July, 363 
The Pass of the T€u Noire, by Mildred I. McNeal («//.), O, XXXVIL 

Oct, 75 



u 



Index to tut 



Alps. — Condnaed. 



American History. — CoDtmueiL 



Alpa— continued. 

Mountaineering, by Frands Connell, C, IX. Aug, 196 

In the Andes and the Alps, by Edward Whymper; Interview, by R. 
Blathwavt (<?/.), Q T, VII. Oct. 34 

Pioneers of the Yew on the Matterhorn, by G. D. Abraham {HI.), W W, VI. 
Oct, 48 

Twenty-Four Hours in the Ropes ; an Ascent of the Matterhorn, by C. W. 
HodeU (<//.), O, XXXVI. June, 990 

On the Matterhorn, by £. H. Cooper (<//.}, C F M, XXXI. Sept, 359 
(XXII. Sept, aoo) 

A Climb in the Dolomites, by H. B. Moaey-Coutu (i//.). Bad M, XI. 
Aug, 148 

Alpine Accidents, by Francis Gribble (i//.). O. XXXVI. Sept, 603 

Attacked bv Eagles in the Alps, by A. Nevsael (r//.), W W. IV. Jan, 437 

VlTonderful Mountain Kulways, by Isabel Marks (a^/.), Harms, IV. July, 507 

The Simplon Tunnel, by Axel Lairsen («f/.}, Cas M, XVII. Jan, r79 (XXI. 
Mar, 957) 

The Simplon Tunnel (i//.), Feild, III. Aug. 170 (XXII. Sept, 276) 

The Mount PUatus Railway, by R. L. Pearse (/// ). Rail M. VII. Oct. 331 

The Jungfrau Railway, by J. P. Hobson {t^i.), L H, XLVIII. Aug, 865 

lite Jungfrau Three-Phase Electric Railway, by Ernest K. Scott (<//.), 
Eng M, XIX. Apr, 33 

TLe jungfrau Railway: the Highest Railway in Europe, by A. H. 
Atteridge iiii.\ C F M. XXXI. Aug. 337 
Alston, J. Carfrae, and His Art Collection at QIasgow, by Robert 

Walker (i//.), M Art, XXIV. Mar, J93 
Alston, Mrs. (Theodosia Burr), 1783— :8z3? Virgiu'a Tatnall Peacock on 

{iU.), LIpp. LXVI. Aug, 160 
Alton, Hampshire : The Basingstoke and Alton Light Railway, by Arthur 

KeUv (f//.), Rail M, VII. Oct. 336 
Aluminium : The Generation of Intense Heat through the Combustion of 

Aliuninium, and Its Application for Industrial Purposes, by S. B. Arch- 
deacon (<//.), Feild, 111. Dec, 647 
Alverstone, Lord,— The Lord Chief Justice of England, by H.B.J. {tlL), 

Universal, II. Dec, 195 
Amam the Beautiful (i//.), C W, LXXII. Dec, w 
Amateurs : England; a Nation of Amateurs, by Hon. George C Brodrick, 

N C, XLVIII. Oct. 531 rXXIL Oct. 370): and Reply to, by Sir Herbert 

Maxwell. N C, XLVIII. Dec, 1051 (XXd. Dec, 575) 
Amazing Vagabond— Bampfylcle Moore Carew, by Arthur M. Brice, 

C, IX. Dec, 838 
Amazon River : 

A Thousand Miles up the Amazon, by Joseph Jones (iV/.), J Man Q 8, 

XV. June, X85 

The Cruise of the IVilmingi^H across South America, by E. H. Coleman 
(«//.). Ainslee, V. Feb, 3 
Amazons : 
Women of Mettle, by S. E. Saville, H. XVI. Jan, 49 
Dahomey ; In the I^nd of the Amazons, by Sir Richard F. Burton, H, 

XVI. Mar, 184 

Amazulus or Zulus, see under Africa (South) 
Amhateaders, see under Foreign and International Af&irs. etc. 
Amber : The Baltic Amber Mines, by M. Lane, 8cQ, VI. Feb, 373, Apr, 331 
Ambulance Work : 
St. John Ambulance Association and Its Work, by Dr. A. J. H. Crespi, 

New C R. VII. June, 484 '\ 

Ambulance W<rk in War, see under Armies 
America, Discovery of,— How Pepper helped to discover America, by 

Klyda R. Steege {ill.), 8t N, XXVlf. Mar, ^xi 
America, Miscellaneous (see al^io Canadi, United Sutes, Mexico, Central 

America, Nicaragua, Brazil, Chili, Argentina^ etc., etc.) : 
The Possibilities of the Pan-American Exposition at buflfalo, by Anna B. 

McGiU (i//.), C W, LXXII. Oct, 197 
The Next Pan-American Conference, 1901, by Williams C. Fox, F, XXX. 

Nov, 994 
Spanish America (see also California, Mexico, Chili, etc.) : 

QuiVera ; the History and Legends of an Ancient American Kingdom, 
by E. E. Blackman, A A, IV. Sept, 341, Oct, 318, Nov, 449, Dec, 553 

St. Augustine, Florida; an American Shrine, by A. M. tirice, T B, 
CXIX. Mar, 338 

Early Spanish-American Printing, by Dr. R. Garnett, Libr, I. Mar, 139 
American History (see al«o Articles under New England, Pilgrim Fathers, 

Independence (War of), Civil War, American People, iGce Problems 

(Under United States). Slave Trade, Massachusetts, New York City, 

Washington City, etc., etc.) : 
State Historical Collections in the Old Northwest, by J. Brigham, F, 

XXVIIL Jan. 554 
The Boston Meeting of the American Historical Association, 1899, A H, 

V. Apr, 433 
The American School of Historians, by A. B. Hart, Inter M, II. Sept, 394 
American History and English Historians, by Edward M. Chapman, 

N E M, XXII. Apr, 148 
The Teaching of American History in England and America, by George G. 

Groat, Ed R A, XX. Sept. 184 
Territory and District, by Max Famnd, A H, V. July, 676 
Social Compact and Constitutional Construction, by A. C. McLaughlin, 

A H, V. Apr, 467 
The Rise and Fall of the Nominating Caucus, Legislative and Congressional, 

by M. Ostrogorski, A H, V. Jan, 353 
Forgotten Candidates for President, by Francis N. Thorpe [ill.), Chaut, 

XXXI. June, 337 
The Cost of National Campaigns, W Work, I. Nov, 77 
llie Law of Presidential Chances, W Work, I. Nov. X04 
Chase, Sumner, Adams, and Stevens ; Some Radicals as Statesmen, by 

Frederic Bancroft, A M, LXXXVI. Aug, 377 



American History— continued. 
The Early Years of the Republican Party, by H. A. Gushing, Bkmaui A, 

XII. Sept, 59 
Washington Homes of New En^ani Statesmen, by Frank R. Batcfaclder 

(i//.), N E M, XXIII. Dec, 383 
I'he Centenary of Washington, D.C., see Washington, D.C. 
lite Supreme Court in History, by Rev. E. P. Powell, A, XXIII. Mar, 

S71 
Salt in Early American History, by Edwin £. Sparks, Chaut, XXXI. Jnly, 

38s 
The Most Dramatic Incident in American History; Symposium, Chsuit, 

XXXI. June, 338, July, 530 
339, Arch Street, Philadelphia ; the Birthplace of the American Flaf. by 

John Q. Adams [ill.), Fr L, L. Ju'y. 395 
The Yankee Flag and Coat of Arms, by l/.V.W., Qeneal M, IV. June, 

59 
The South African War and Some American Parallels, by Morley Roberts, 

H. XVI. Mar. 170 (XXI. Mar. 337) 
Some Curious Colonial Remedies, by Edward Eggleston, A H, V. Jsun, 199 
**Home Life in Colonial Days" by Mrs. Alice Morse Earle, Mrs. Andzesr 

Ling on ( Two Centuries of American Women \ Lonff, XXXV. Feb, 33} 

(XXL Feb, T49) 
France and England in North America, by Caroline B. Shaw, N E M, XXL 

Ian, 567 
What the Founders of the Union thought concerning Territorial Problems, 

by Prof A. BushneU Hart Harp, XXXIX. Jan^^stx 
The Expansion of the American People, by Edwin Krle Sparks («ra>« and 

i//.), Chaut, XXX. Jan, 383. Feb, 489, Mar, 5^3; XXXI. Apr, 19, 

May, 147, June, 350 
Imperialism America's Historic Policy, by W. A. PefTer, N A R, CLXXL 

Aug, 346 (XXII. Sept, 383) 
Samoa ; America's First and Latest Colony, by J. G. Leigh, F, XXIX. 

Mar, 104 
America's New Colonies, sse Cuba, Porto Rico, Philippine Ids., Saba, 

Sandwich Ids , Samoan Ids. 
Spanish America, see under America 

A Gallant Silken I'rade, hy Alice Morss Earle, N E M, XXII. July, 557 
Professor Ashl::y on the Commercial Legislation of England, by A. H. 

Johnson, Econ J, X. Mar, 96 
The English and Dutch Towns of New Netherlan 1, by A. E. McKinley, 

A H, VI. Oct, I 
New York and Its Historians, by Mrs. Schuyler van Rensselaer, N A R, 

CLXXI. Nov, 734, Dec, 873 
Thomas Hutchinson, Tory Governor of Massachusetts, died 1780, by 

Charles H. Levermjre (/?/.}, N E M, XXI. Feb, 647 
The Bradford Map of New York, 1731 ; Tames Lyne's Survey, by 

William Loring Andrews (i7/.), Bkman A, XL July, 458 
Benedict Arnold (1740— 1801) : Stray Leaves from a Traitor's life, by P<ail 

Leicester Ford {til.), Cos, XXVIIL Apr, 693 
Journal of Philip Fithian, kept at Nommi Hall, Virginia, 1771-4, A H. V. 

Ian, 390 
John narrower and His Diary, 1773— 1776, A H, VI. Oct, 65 
The War of Independence, 1775— 1783, see Indspendenoe (War of) 
New Hampshire's Part in Sullivan's Expedition of 1779, by William E. 

Griffis [ill.U N E M, XXIII. Nov, 3;i5 
Gen. John Sullivan and the Rebellion in New Hampshire, 1786, by Frask 

B. Sanborn [ill.), N E M, XXIII. Nov, 313 

Maryland's Adootion of the Federal Constitution, 1788, by Bemacd 

C. Scdner, A H, V. Jan, 307 

The Marie Antoinette Houses of the Unitsd Sutes, by Jane M. Fsrker 

[ill ). N E M, XXII. Mar, 53 
Minutes of Abolition Conventions, 17^4—1839, A H, V. July, 804 
Contemporary Opinion of the Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions, 1798, 

by Frank M. Anderson, A H, V. Jan, 335 
The Conttellation in the War with Francs, 1798—1803, by Rev. Cyrus T. 

Brady [iU.), McCI. XIV. Jan, 373 
Emigrating to the Ohio Country, 1798—1800, by G. T. Ridlon, Sr., N E M, 

XXI. Feb, 695 
Alexander Hamilton's Estimate of Aaron Burr, z8oi [01.), C M, UL 

June, 350 
The Judiciary Act of 1801, by Max Farrand, A H, V. July, 68s 
The Homefs Sting and Wing, by P. S. P. Conner (ftT/.), N E M, XXIU. 

Nov, 368 
Canada and the American War of x8is, by J. Castell Hopkins, U 8 M, 

CXLII. Sept, 613 
The Capture of the MaceiioHian by the Uniied States, Oct. 95, x8sa: m 

Hist rical Naval Battle, by Dr. G. Archie Stockwell, Can M. XV. 

Ma^r, 68 
Fightmg the Fox, an American Privateer, 1813. by Col. Henry Sanor, 

6, IX. Oct, 475 (XXII. Oct. 386) 
Capt. Reid and the General ArmstroHr, 18x4, by Rev. Cyrus T. Brady, 

[ill.), McCI, XV. June, 186 
The Brief Campaign against New Orleans, Dec 14, 18x4- Jan. 8, x8x5, by 

Stephen Crane, Lipp, LXV. Mar, 405 
Battle of New Orleans, Jan. 8, X815, by Capt. Chas. Slack (Mr«>x), U 8M, 

CXLII. May, 190 
The Amistad Captives. X839-4X, by Ellen S. Bartlett [til.), N E M, XXIL 

Mar, 73 
The United States and Mexico, x847-^x848, by Edward G. Bourne, A H, 

V. Apr, 491 
The Clayton-Bulwer Treaty, 1850, see under Nicaragua 
Making Kansas a Free State, 1854—1856, by CoL Richard J. Hxnios 

[map and ill.), Chaut, XXXI. July, 345 
The Burord Expedition to ICansas, 1855-56, by W. L .Fleming, A H, VL 

Oct, 38 



Amemican History.— Continued. 



PERIODICALS OF 1900. 



American Shrinb. 



IS 



American Hlstoiy— continued. 
ABit of Back Anglo-American Hbtoiy, 1856, by Roscoe W. Grant, A A, 

IV. Dec, sa8 
President Buchanan's Proposed Intervention in Mexico, x86o, by H. L. 

Wilson, A H. V. July. 687 
The Civil War, 1861—1865, see Civil War of America 
Tht CcnttitutioHt American War-Ship ; "Old Ironsides "as Sailors saw 

Her, by John R. Spears, Chaut, XXXI. July, 376 
Chatham^s Colonial Policy, by Hubert Hall. A H, V. luly. 659 
Abor<rd the U.S.S. Wackntgtt in Chinese Waters, x86iS ; Admiral Philip's 

Di«ry [HI.), Fr L. L. Oct, 567 
An Historic Sale of United States Bonds in England, 1871 — 1872, by George 

S. Boutwell, McCI, XV. Sept, 4x7 
The Resumption of Specie Payments by Secretary John Sherman ; the 

Greatest of Financial Feats, by J. K. Lpion, W Work, I. Dec, aoa 
J. G. Blaine and Roscoe Conkling and the Republican Convention of 1880, 

by Geoc|!e S. Boutwell, McCi, XIV. Jan. 981 
\^ hy I declined the Nomination in X&84, by General W. T. Sherman, N A R, 

CLXXI. Aug, 343 
Contrasts and Parallels in American Politics, x 800-1900, by W. A. Dunning, 

Bkman A, XII. Nov, 957 
The Unite-i States in the Nmeteenth Century, by Edwin D. Mead, N E M 

XXIII. Oct, 998 

"Recollections of a Naval Life" by J. M. Kell, J. R. Eggleston on. 

Cons R, IV. Sept, 1x3 
The Hall of Fame m New York Uoiversity, by H. M. MacQacken iiil.), 

R R A, XXII. Nov, 563 
Three American Historical Romances, W. E. Simonds on, A M, LXXXV. 

Mar, 408 
Historical American Plays, A. E. Lancaster on, Chaut, XXXI. July, 359 
American Generals, Politicians, etc, noticed, see 

Adams (John). Johnston (Gen. J. £.}, Seward (Wm.), 

Grant (Gen. U.S.), Lee (Gen. R. E.), Sherman (Gen. W. T.), 

Henry (Patrick), Lincoln (Abraham), Washington (George), 

Huntmgton (Gen. E.), Livingston (Edw.), Webster (Daniel), eic. 

Anfterlcan Indians and Negroes, see under United States 
American Languase and Literature : 

''America Today' by William Archer: The American Language, by 

Carolyn Shipman, Critic, XXXVI. Jan, 81 
Survivals in American Educated Speech, by S. D. McCormick, Bkman A, 

XL July, 446 
Bostonisms in Anerican Educated Speech, by S. D. McCoimick, Bkman A, 

XII. Nov, 943 
Word-Coinage Again ; Symposium, Chaut, XXX. Feb, 485 
College Slang, by Eugene H. Babbitt, Chaut. XXXI. Apr, sa 
. ITie Virginia Dialect, by S. D. McCormick, Bkman A, XI. July, 446 
The Coming War of American Dreams, by William Wallace, Scot R, 

XXXVL Oct. 969 
Classical Influences upon American Literature, by Prof. William C Lawton, 

Chaut, XXX. Feb, 466 
Russian and Amerk»n Literature, by Herman Rosenthal, New Cycle, XI. 

Mar, X93 
Boston, Mass. : the Beacon of American Literature, by Douelas Sladen 

(»//.), L H. XLIX. Dec, 119 {XXII. Dec. 56O 
College Literature and Journalism, by C. F. Bacon [ill.). Critic, XXXVII. 

July, 91 
Book-Making in the West, by Delia T. Davis (aT/.), Critic, XXXVII. 

Sept, 939 
The American School of Historians, ly A. B. Hart, Inter M, II. Sept, 

304 
A Group of Essays by American Writers, Miss Helen A. Clarke on, P L, 

XIL Dec, 586 
Robert Bartlett : a Forgotten Ti anscendentalist, by Charles S. Fobes, 

NEM, XXIILOct sir 
American Literary Criticism and the Doctrine of Evolution, by William M. 

Payne, Inter M, 11. July, a6. Aug, 197 
The Reviewing of Books; Open Letter to J. Cotton Dana, Critic, 

XXXVII. Uct, 307 
E. C. S edman's ** American Anthology," Joseph B. GilJer on [illX 

Critic, XXXVII. Dec, 540 
Intensive Study of Lyric Poetry, by Benj. A. Heydrick, Chaut, XXXI. 

Sept, 617 
American War Songs, Dr. C. Crozat Converse on, O C, XIV. Feb, rxx 
Four Poets of the Ghetto, by Hutchins Hapgood {ill.). Critic, XXXVL 

Mar, 9SO 
Ame ican Firds in American Poetry, by M. R. Silsby, Chaut, XXXI. 

May, 195 
American Drama and Drama in America, see tmder Theatres and the 

Drama 
America as a Field fi.r Fiction, by Annie S. Winston, A, XXIII. June, 654 
Southern Literature (Fiction) of the Year, by Bcnj^nun W. Wells, F, 

XXIX. June, 501 
The Change in Cunent Fiction, by Talcott Williams [ill.), R R A, XXI I. 

Dec. 7SS 
Recent American Fiction, A M, LXXXVI. Sept, 4x4 
Three Historical Romances, W. E. Simonds on, A M, LXXXV. Mar, 408 
The Extinction of the Dime Novel, by Firmin Dredd (///.), Bkman A, XL 

Mar, 46 
The Manuscripts of Some Popubr Novels [ill.). Critic, XXXVII. Dec, 

481 
American Periodicals, see under Periodicals 
Ameri'.an Journal'sm, see under Journalism 
The Pclitidan as Literary Material, by Arthur Bartlett Maurice, Bkman A, 

XI. Apr, 190 
Maine in Ulerature, by WJliam L C Ic, N E M, XXII. Aug, 796 



American Language and Literature — continued. 
American Out-Door Uterattire, by Henry L. West, F, XXIX. July. 639 
A Bookish Comer of New Jersey, by Dr. T. F. Wolfe, LIpp, LXV. Jan, 

X99 

A Litde Gossip about American Writers, by Mrs. Rebecca Harding Davis, 

Scrib, XXVIIL Nov, 56a 
The Old Age of New England Authors, by Hezekiah fiutterworth [illX 

R R A, XXII. Dec, 698 (XXII. Dec, 570) 
Some Hermit Homes of California Writers, by Adeline Knapp (t//.), O M, 

XXXV. Jan, 3 
Early Women Writers in America, by C. A. Urann, Chaut, XXX. Jan, 

Art in the Christmas BooVs, Vy E. Knauflft (i7/.), R R A, XXII. Dec, 740 
Some Pijneer New York Publishers, by Firmin Dredd (///.), Bkman A, A. 

Feb, 548 
The American Publishers' Associntion, Au, XL Sept, 74 
Isaiah Hioma*: : an American Piibiisher of a Hundred Years Ago, by 

Luther S. Livingston. Bkman A, XL Aug, 53 1 
American Writers noticed, see 

Aicott (.Miss Louisa), Hawthorne (N.), Robinson (Rowland 

Aldrich (T. B ), Higginson (Col. T. E.),' 

Allen (James Lane), W.), Roosevelt (T.), 

Bancroft (George). Holmes (Oliver Stallo (J. B.), 

Channing(W. Ellery), Wendell), .^^toddard (K. H.), 

Chesnutt(C. W.), Hope (James B.), Tarkington.( Booth', 

Connor (Raluh), Hovey (R.), Thoreau (H. D.). 

Cooper (J. F. \ Howarth ( Mrs. E. C. ). Timrod ( Henry), 

Dana (R, H.). Howells (W. D.), Townssnd (O. A.). 

Dudeney (Mrs. Tohnston (Miss Mary), Tw^«in (Mark), 

Henry), Lanier (Sidney), Wallace (Gen. L.), 

Emerson (Ralph Longfellow (H. W.), . Warner (C. D.), 

Waldo), Lowell (James Wesicott (E. N.), 

Flynt ( H enry ), Russell), Wharton ( Mrs. 

Ford ( P. L. ), Mitchell ( Donald G. ), Edith), 

Freneau ( P. ), M oulton ( Mrs. Whirtier (J. G. ), 

Fiirness(H. H.). Louise Chandler), Wilkins (Miss Mary 

Glasgow (Miss Ellen), Partridge (W. O.), E.), etc. . 

Grant ( Robert), Phelps ( E. J. ), 

H arte ( Hrct ), Poe ( Edgar Allan), 

American People (see also ArtKles under United States, New England. 

American History. American Language and Literature, Education, 

Universities, Women, e c, etc.) : 
A Nation in a Hurry, by Eliot Gregory, A M, LXXXV. May, 609 (XXL 

Ji'ne, 577) 
Some 'J hackerayan Ideas about Americans, by Arthur Bartlett Maurice 

[ilL), Bkman A, XL Mar, 59 
H. Drachmann on America ; 'fhrough the Eyes of a Great Dane, by J. H. 

Wi^by, A, XXIV. Dec, 56X 
Native Titles in the United States, by Harry T. Peck, Cot, XXVIIL 

Apr, 685 
The American Psychic Atmosphere, by Charles Johnston, A« XXIV. Aug, 

164 
The Pacific Coast of the Uniied States ; a Psycholofiicnl Study c f Influence, 

by J. Royce, Inter M, 11. Nov, 555 
What We can expect of the American Boy, by Theodore Roosevelt (*f/.), 

8t N, XXVII. May. 571 
Militarism or Manhood ? bv Joseph D. Miller, A, XXIV. Oct» 379 
American Women, see undfer Women . 

The Atlantic Union, by Sir Walter Besant, F, XXX. Oct, 94S (XXII. 

Nov, 468} 
"America Today" by William Archer: The American Language, by 

Carolyn Shipman, Critic, XXXVL Jan, 81 
America as a Field for Fiction, by Annie S. Winston, A, XXIII. 

June, 654 
The Virg nia Dialect, by S. D. McCormick. Bkman A. XL July, 446 
Boston'sms in American Educated Speech, by S. D. McCormick, Bkman A, 

XII. Nov, 943 
Survivals in American Educated Speech, by S. D. McCormick, Bkman A, 

XL July, 446 
Dr. B. G. Northrop: the Founder of Arbor Day, by Ellen B. Peck [ill.], 

N E M, XXII. May, 969 
Independence Dav. by Austin Lewis. O M, XXXVL Julv, 49 
1 he Expansion of the American People, by Edw^in K. Sparks ( tuapt snd ill. ), 

Chaut, XXX. Jan, 383, Feb, 489, Mar, 593 ; XXaL Apr, 39, May, 147, 

June, 950 
The Expansion of the Joy Family, by James R. Joy [charts), Chaut, 

XXXI. Apr, 19 
American Games, Athletics, etc., see Athletics, Boating, Canoeing, Cycling, 

Football, Golf 
The Adirondacks; an American Playground, by Maxiailian Foster (/7/.), 

Munsey, XXIV. Oct, 57 
Magnificent Newport, by Hartley Davis [ill.), Muntey, XXllI. July, 5x8 
How Life in a Country 'Io\vn was made social ; a New England Experiment, 

by Max Bennett Thrasher. Chaut, XXX. Jan, 360 
Sorre Things Americans may learn from Europe, by Dr. S. J. Barrows, F, 

XXIX. Apr, 917 (XXII. Atig, x66] 
Why Americans live Abroad, by Benjamin H. Ridgely {ill.), P M M, XX. 

Apr, 463 (XXI. Apr, 373) 
The American Colony in Paris, by Walter G. Robinscn [ill.\ Cot, XXIX. 

Oct. 575 
American Clubs, see under Oubs 

A Beauty Factory, by C. M. McGovern (ill.). Royal, IV. Sept, 408 
American Millionaire:', see under Wealth (Gospel of) 
American Shrlne^St. Augustine, Florida, by A. M. Brice, TB, 
CXIX. Mar, 338 



16 



INDEX TO THE 



Amkkicanism im the Catholic Church. 



Anthropolooy. 



339 



AmerlcAnlsm In the Catholic Church, lee under Catholic Chardi 

AmMlMiry, Mms. : The Story of Whittier's '* Captain WeU,"by Mary E. 
Desmond (i//.), C W. LXXI. Aur, 595 

Arnlent, Peace of, 1802 : The Secret Articles of the Treaty of Amiens, 
by J. Holland Rose, E H, XV. Apr, 331 

AmisUd (Ship) and the Negro Captives, by Ellen S. Bartlett (1?/.}, 
N E M, XXII. Mar, 7a 

Ammonia Qas and Refrlreratlon, sse Refrigeration 

Amos, see under Bible and Biblical Criticism 

Amsterdam : Municipal lelephoi es in Amsterdam, by Ph. Fallcenburg 
and J. H. Van Zanten, Mun A, IV. Mar, 94 

Artiulets, see Talismans 

Aifiundsen, Edward, on His Jonrney through South- West Sechoan Ima^s). 
J, XV. June, 6ao ; XVI. Nov, %',x 

Amusements (see aLto Athletics, Games, etc., etc.) : 
The Spirit of Amusement by Lady Battersea, Sun M, XXIX. Aug, 503 
After-Dinner Sporto, by T. Morton (i//.). P M. X. L ec, 67^ 
Our Amusements in the New Century, by Dean Farrar, Q T, VII. Dec, 175 
llie Amusement of shedding Blood, by H. C. Gordon, H, XVI. Jan, 41 

Amy6t, Madame Cathlnca, on the Wooing of Aslak Halvorsen (i//.), 
W W, IV. Mar. 658 

Anagrams, by Rev. A. Cyril Pearson, C J, III. Mar, » o 

Anao : Ihe Smallest of the Wild Cattle, by R Lyuekker (i//.), K, XXI II. 
Oct, 917 

Anaradhapura, see tmder Ceylon 

Anarchy and the Assassination Mania : 
Sociology and Anarchism, by Geoffrey Langtoft, F R, LXVIIT. Oct, 544 
Nihilism and Anarchy, by Charles Johnston, N A R, CLXXI. Sept, 30a 

(XXII. Oct, ^84) 
The Assassination Mania, by Dr. Felix L. Oswald, N A R, CLXXI. 

Sept, 314 (XXIL Oct, 384) 
Italian Anarchism, by Prof. G. M. Flamingo, C R, LXXVIII. Sept, 

(XXII. Seps 960) 
Italian Anarchists, by G. M. Fiamingo (atf .}> Universal, 11. Nov, 79 
The Assassbatlon of King Humbert, see Italy (King Humbert of ) 
Sipodo and Bernard— 1858 and 2900, by John F. Taylor, F R, LXVIII. 
Sept, 486 (XXIL Sept, 979) 

Andersen, Hans Christian, 1805 — T875 : Sido'Lights on Hans Andersen, 
by Edmund Gosse, Critic, XXXVII. Oct, 360 

Andersen, Hendrick Christian, Sculptor, by Mrs. Schuyler van Rensse- 
laer (^.), C M, LXI. Nov, X5 

Anderton. Basil, on the Learning of Librarians. LIbr A R, II. Dec, 630 

Andes Mts. : 
Methods of Survey empIo3red by the Chilean Boundary Commissions in the 
. Cordillera of the Andes, by Prof. A. Berirand. Q J, XV 1. Sept, 3a) 
In the Andes and the Alps, by Edward Whymper; Interview, by R. 

BUthwayt (i//.)> Q T. VII. Oct, 94 
Mount Sarmiento, by Sir Martin Conway (ft^/.\ Harp, XXXIX. Jan, 293 

Andri, J Lewis, on St. Katharine in Art, L^end, and Ritual [///.., Ant, 
XXXVI. Aug, 935 

Andrew, 6t , see under Bible and Biblical Critici<m 

Andrews, C. W., Librarian, ou Co-operative Cataloguing ; Estimate of Cost, 
LIbr J, XXV. Aug. 78 

Andrews, Charles W., 
On a New Species rf ( helonian from Fgypt (*^/.), Qeol M, VII. Ja% z 
On Fossil Mammalia fr m Egypt, QeorM, Vil. Sept, 40X 

Angellco, Fra, (Gbvanni da Fiesole), 1387—145^ : Fra Angeiico in Rome, 
by Addison Mcleod (fV/.), Art J, XVI. July, 90| 

Ancels: 
1^ Evolution of Ansels and Demons in Christi:in Thaology, by R. Bnice 

Boswell, O C, XIV. Au?. 483 
A Chapter on Angela, by K. Browning Triscitt (rV/.), T M, V. Oct, 95 

Angels, Palace of,— Mont 8t. Michel, Normandy, by J. A. Hammerton 
(i7/.). T M, V. Nov, t6i 

Anglesea, ses under Wales 

Anglican Church, see Church of England 

Anglo>American Relations, see under United States, Nicaragua, etc. 

Anglo-Baxon History, ses under Ei<gli«h liistory 

Anglo-Saxon Literature, see under Literature 

Anglo-Saxon Race, see English-Speaking Race 

d'Angoul6me, Manguerlte, see Navarre (Queen of) 

Animal Creation, Animal Life, etc, see Natural History, Evolution 

Animism In Popular Thought and In Science, by Dr. £. Mach, O C, 
XIV. Sept, 539 

Anne, Queen of England, Reign of, 1702—1714, see Harley (Robert, 
Earl of Oxford) and Marlborough (First Duke oO 

Annecy. Savoy, by J. P. Cooper {i/l.). Arch Rev, VII. Apr, t68, June, 983 

d'Annunslo, Qabriele, 
Gabriele d'Annunzio, Q R, CXCH. July, 107 
Gabriele d'Annunzio, bv Arth r Symons, I C M, I. Dec, 94a 
The Dramas of Gabriele d'Annunzio, by William Sharp, F R, LXVIII. 

Sept, 301 
" Citta Morta " (Drama), by G. d'Annunzio, W. B. Wallace on. New C R, 

VIII. Feb, 94 
Poems by G. d'Annunzio :— >" Hymns to the Heavens, the Sea, the Earth, 
and to Heroes " ; translated by Mary J. Serrano, Critic, XXX Vil. 

On the' Third Life of Italy, N A R, CLXXI. Nov, 697 (XXIL Dec, 557) 
Antarctic Exploration (see also Tierra del Fu«;o) : 
The Lonely Antarctic, by F. T. BuUen. L H, XLVIIT. Apr, 507 
The Possibilitia of reaching the Four Poles, by Dr. F. A. Cook (<//.), 

P M. X. July, 63 (XXIL July, 69): Same Article (i^A), Can M, XV. 

Sept, 418 
The Proposed fkottish Natiooai Aatarctic Expedi.ion, by William S. Brace, 

Scot Q M, XVI. June, 353 



Antarctic Exploration— continued. 
C. E. Borchgrennk and Antarctic ExpIoratioB; Interview, by W. G. 

FitzGerald (x//.), Str, XX. Sept, 94^ 
Ihe Soutktm. Cr0St Expedition to the Antarctic, 1899—1900^ Iqr C E. 



Borc^grevink [map and ili.), G J, XVI. Oct, 181 
Ihe Belgian Antarcuc Expedition, by W.S.B., Sc< 



996 



ot Q M, XVI. May, 



The Belgian Expedition : Two Thousand Miles in the Antarctic Ice, by 

Dr. K. A. Cook (f//.), W M. XL May, 7x9 (XXL May, 468) 
The New (Belgian) Antarctic Discoveries, by Dr. F. A. Cook(i«ij^^ and 

«7/.), C M, LlX. Jan, 409 (XXI. Jan, 69) 
Antelope : 'Ihe Big Game of Canada, by C. A. Bramble (^0> Can M, XIV. 

Jan, 985 
Anthems, see under Music 
Anthony, Mlse Suean B.,-->A Woman's Career, by MiasC S. Breiancr, 

J Ed, XXIL July, 460 
Anthracite, see under Coal 
Anthropology, Ethnology (aee also Articles under Archeology, Geology, 

Religion. Folk Lore, etc., etc) : 
The Origin and Antk]ttity cf Man, by Sir J. W. Dawson, Ex T. XL 

Jan, 149 
The Cradle of the Human Race in North Central Asia, by 5>eninri 

Waddineton, N C, Xl.VIII. Nov, Sox (XXIL Nov, 475) 
The Development of Habitable Lands ; an Essay in Anthrt)pogeog rau hy, 

by Dr. Hugh R. MUl, Scot Q M, XVI. Mar, lai (XXL Apr, 369) 
The Evolution of Simple Societies, by Prof. Alfred C. Haddon, K, XXIIL 

Feb, 99, Apr, 76. June, 196, Aug, 171, Oct, aaz, Dec, 965 
NeoUthic Man ; His Ideas and Their Evidences, by Rev. H. J. Dukinfieki 

AsUey, Ant, XXXVI. Nov, 336, Dec, 358 
Troglodyte Dwelliiws in Cappadocia, by ^rof. J. R. Satliagton Stcrrett 

[m.], C M, LXTSept, 677 
Monnd-Uwellers ; Fairy Mounds, by David MacRitchie (£/.), Ant, 

XXXVI. Feb, 5s> Mar. 70 
Lake-Dwellers ; Prehistoric Man in Holdemess, Yorkshire, by T. Shcpperd 

(«r/.). Ant, XXXVI. Feb, 38, Mar, 80 
Paleolithic Flint Implements from the Chalk Downs of the Isle of Wi^ 

and the Valleys of the Rivers Western, Yar, and Stow, by S. Mazde- 

dine Warren. Qeol M, VII. Sept. 406 
Paleolithic Man in Valley of the Wandle, by J. P. Johnson, 8c Q, VIL 

Aug, 69 
Stone Implements on the Gold Coast, by Lindsay W. Bri>towe and H. P. 

FitzGerald Marriott [ill.), K, XXIII. Nov, am 
Piffray Flint Implemenu, by R. A. Gatty (///.), Rel. VI. Jan, 15 
Cinerary Ur»s recently discovered on Stanton Moor, Derbyshire, by Jobs 

Ward («//.). Rel, Vl. Ian, 95 
Eronse Age Buriab on Fairsnape Farm, Bleasdale, Lancashire {Hi. ), Rel. 

VL Oct, 958 
Primitive Religion, Evolution of Religion, see ur der Religion, Folk Lore 
The Fire Walk, by Andrew I ang, Pey R, XV. Feb, 9 
The Pygmies of the Great Forent of the Upper Congo, by R. Lydekker 

[ill,), K, XXIII. Nov, 959 
The Pygmies of Asia, by R. Lydekker fj?/.), K, XXIII. Sept, 196 
The Origin of the Negro Race, by Sir Henry M. Stanley, N A R, CLXX. 

May, 656 (XXI. June, 589) 
Oceanic Kegroes by R. Lydekker, K, XXIII. May, 97 
llie Negroes of America, see unoer United States 
The Nen-oes of the West Indies, see under West Indies 
'J he Indi;ins of North America, see under United States, Canada, Yokes 

Region 
Man and the Environment : a Study from the Paris Exposition, by Patrick 

Geddes. Inter M, II. Aug, 169 
Ethnic Factors and the Movement of Population, by John Cumminfi^ 
Q J Econ, XIV. Feb, i7x ; and Rep ies to, by— 

Qosson, C. C, (A Critic 01 Anthrupo-Sociology), J P Econ, VIII. Joae, 

397 

Ripley, W. Z., Q J Econ, XIV. May, 496 : and Reply to, by C C 
Cloi^soo, ( Heredity and Environment), Q J Econ, XV. Nov, 143 
The Eastern Migration of Orienttl Peopks, by F. M. Todd («£f.}> Ainslec, 

VI. Oct, 995 
Lorg Heads and Short Heads, by C. O. Ovingtnn, H, XVI. Feb, x 13 
Savages and Criminals, by Prof. Ferrero, H, XVII. Dec, 397 
Human Degeneration, see Degeneration 
The Unfit, see Unfit 
llie Race Preservation Dogma, by Antonio Llano, A J 80G, V. Jan, 

488 
The Claima of Uncivilised Races, by H. R. Fox Bourne, Human« R, L 

July, j69 
Thb Treatment of Subject Races, by Marv A. M. Marks, IJ E, X. July, 4x7 
The Original Home of the Indo-G«rmanic Peoples, by A. W. Baker Wellbr<C 

P M Q. XXIL July, 487 
The Riddle of the Nations, bv Prof. R. S. Conway, C R, LXXVII. Jan, 7« 
The K-Folk, the Q-Folk, and the P-Folk, by Prof. R. S. Conway. C R, 

LXXVIL Feb, 966 
Studies in the Psychobgy of Alcohol, by G. E. Partridge, A J Paycbol, 

XL Apr, 3x8 

The Historic.-il and Ethical Basis of Monogamy, by Talcott WUlians, 

I J E, X. Jan. X56 
Liule Folk (Children) of Many Lands, by G. Winterwood («{/.}• 8un M, 

XXIX. July. 46s 
Strange Craft on Many Waters, by Frederick Dolman [ill.), E I, XXIII. 

Aor, 90 
Celtic Race, ses Celtic Race 
1 he Anglo-Saxon Race, see English-Speaking Race 
Hubert Vna and His Paintings of Racial Typea, by Charles dc Kay (affl ^4 

C M, LX. June, 163 (XXI. June, 574) 



ANTHKoroLOCY. — Continued. 



PERIODICALS OF 190a 



ASCIIITICTURB, 



17 



Anthropology, Ethnology— continued. 

Iier Article* on Primiiive and Native 



Other 

under 
Africa, 
Australia, 
Bomen, 
Canada, 

Central America, 
Esyptoloey, 
Greece (Ancient}, 
Guatemala, 



Races, .Ancient and Modem, see 



India. 
Java, 
Lapland, 
New Guinea, 
New Hebrides, 
New Mexico, 
New Zealtuid, 
North America, 



Philippine Ids., 
Rome (Ancient), 
Tierra del Fuego, 
United States, 
Yukon Region, etc., 
etc. 



Antioch : The Church at Antioch in Apostolic Times, by Prof. J. M. Stifler, 

B 8, LVII. Oct, 645 
Antiquities and Antiquarians, see Archaeology, etc 
Antiquity of Man, see under Anthropologv, ecology, etc. 
Antonine, probably early qrd Centurv : The British Section of Antonine's 

Itinerary, by Canon Raven (ma^), Ant, XXXVI. Jan. 15, June, 175 
Antony and Cleopatra by Shakespeare, see under Shakespeare 
Antrim, see under Ireland 
Ants as Geologic Agents In the Tropics, by John C. Branner (s?/.}, 

J Geo!, VIII. Mar. xsi 
Antwerp, see under Belgium 
Aoyama Shosaburo, — Japanese, Christian, Gentleman, by R. E. Speer 

(^/.}, MisR, XIII. Feb, ii6 
Apes, see under Monkeys 

Apocalypse, see under Bible and Biblical Criticism 
Apocryphal Books, see under Bible and Biblical Criticism 
Apollonlus of Tyanaeus, zst Centurv : The Philosopher and Reformer of 

the First Century, by G. R. S. Mead, Theos R, XXV. Feb, 518; XXVI. 

Mar, 37. Apr, 133, May, 930, June, 104, July, 431, Aug, 497 
Apostles' Creed : What is the Apostles' Greed ? by W. £. C. Wright, B 8, 

LVII. Apr, 377 
Apostolic Age, see under Bible and Biblical Crifidsm 
Apostolic Succession, see under Church and Christianity 
Apperson, Q. L., 

C>i the Evolution of the Machine Gun, Arg, LXX. Apr, 44^ 

Go the Early History of Manifold-Writers and Copying-Machines, Ant, 
XXXVI. Mar, 87 

On a Domestic Museum, Arch Rev, VIII. Sept, 136 
Apple-Orowing : 

How to grow Apples and Pears, by B. Wells (r7/.), OOP. XXI. Jan, 970, 



Feb. 394, Mar, 4C71 Apr, 439, May, 535. June, 563. July. 685, Aug, 739 
Experiments in the Treatment of Apple- T rees at the Woburn txperuaenul 
Fruit Farm, J B A, VII. Dec, 343 
Apuleius. 2nd Century : Eros and Psyche; retold after Apuleius (a?/.), 

O C. XIV. Feb, 65. Mar, lag 
Aquatic Life, see under Natural Historv, Plants, etc. 
Arab Empire : Byzantines and Arab« in the Time of the Early Abbasids, 

y5t>_8i3, by E. W. Brooks. E H. XV. Oct, 728 
Arab Race : Glimpses of Arab Life, by S. Schofiekl, Man Q, XIX. Oct, 347 
Arabia: 
The Political History of Muscat, Cal R. CX. Apr. 337 
High Place and Altar at Petra, by Dr. Samuel I. Curtiss {plan and Ul\ 

P E F, Oct, 350 
Sport among the Bedawtn, by W. E. Jennings-Bramley (i?/.), P E F, 

Oct, 360 
Mecca Pttsrimages, see under Mahomedanism 
Arabic Language and Literature : 

An Introduction to the Arabic literature of the Jews, by Prof. M. 
Steinschneider, Jew Q, XII. Jan, 195, Apr, 481, July, 602; XIII. 
Oct, qa 
Amthal-IJI-Arab; Arab Proverbs. Cal R, CXI. July. x6i 
Studies in Arabian Philosophy. Cal R, CXI. Oct, 343 
An Arabic College m India, by H. Martyn Clark, Ch Mis I, LI. Aug, 597 
Arachnids, see Mites, Spiders 
Aramaic Literature : 
The Original Lanjsiuige of the Gospd according to St. Mark, by Rev. W. 

C. Allen, Ex, \. June, 436 
Fragment of an Aramaic Text of the Testament of Levi, by H. Leonard 
Pass and Dr. J. Arendzen, Jew O, XII. July. 651 
Aransas Pass, Texas : Tarpon-Fishing at Aransas Pass, by Nellie D. S. 

Graham, O, XXXV. Feb. 473 
Arapahoe. Mt., Colorado, and Its QIacier, by Willis T. Lee {iU.), 

J Qeol, VIII. Nov, 647 
Arbitration, International, see under Peace and Disarmament 
Arbitration in Trade Disputes, see under Labour Problems 
Arbor Day : Dr B. G. Northrop ; the Founder of Arbor Day, by Ellen B. 



Burgh of Arbrosth (aT/.), Qeneal M, 



Peck (x//.}, N E M, XXII. May, a6o 
Arbroath, Forfarshire : Anns of the 

IV. July, 107 
d'Arc, Jeanne, 141 a— 1431 : 

Jeanne d'Arc, by R. Saillens (a^/.), Sun H, June, 530 

Domremy ; the Home of Jeanne d'Arc, by Clifton Johnson, Fr L, L. Oct, 

539 
Arch, Joseph, — An English Labour Leader, by S. J. MacKnight, A A, 

III. July, 99 
Archseology (see also Articles tmder Anthropology, Geology, Museums, 
Architecture, Stooehenge, Crosses. Celtic Archaeology. Churches, 
Monasteries, Religion, Folk Lore, Wells; Pible and Biblical Critici<m: 
Egyptolo^. Assyriology, Babylonia, Palestine, Syria, Cappadocia, Jews 
knd Judaum ; Greece (Ancient), Rome ( AnaentJ ; Cyprus, Italy ; 
Scotland, Ireland, Wales, London ; Ceylon ; Arizona, Central America, 
Mexico, Guatemala, etc., etc) : 
Lake-DwclleiB, Mound-Dwellers, Pre-histrric Man, etc., see under 
Anthropology 



ArchflBOlogy— continued. 
Neolithic Mrtn : His Ideas and Their Evidences, by Rev. H. J. Dukinfield 

Asiley. Ant, XXXVI. Nov. 336, Dec. 358 
Cinerary Urns recently discovered on Stanton Moor, Derbyshire, by John 

Ward (1//.), Rel, VI. Jan, as 
Note on a French Type of Bronze Axe found at Hull, by T. Sheppard (1//.}, 

Ant, XXXVI. Aug, 346 
Bronze Bowl found at Needham Market, Sufiblk, by J. Romilly Allen (a^/.), 

Rel, VI. Oct, 349 
BroDze Age Burials on Falrsnape Farm, Bleasdale, Lancashire (iZ^.}| Rsl, 

VI Oct, 258 
Stonehenge, see Stonehengo 
Roman Britain : 
Quanerly Notes on Roman Britain, by F. Haverfield, Ant, XXXVI. 

Jan, 6, Apr, io«. Nov, 334 
The British Section of Antonine's Itinerary, by Canon Raven [map\ 

Ant, XXXVI. Jan, 15. June, 175 
Colchester ; the Oldest Town in England {UL\ I C M, I. Nov, gS 
An Old Roman Monument at Hexham, by Martia(iV/.}, Qeneal M, IV. 

Dec. .tag 
Recent Roman Finds at Chester, by R. Newstead {Ul.\ Rel, VI. Apr. 

Ill 
Roman Potter's Kiln at Stockton Heath, near Warrington. Lancashire, 

by T. May [ill.), Rel, VI. Oct, 363 
Note on a Roman Vase recently found in North Lincolnshire^ by T. 

Sheppard (///.), Ant, XXXVI. Apr, lao 
The Exploration of Caerwent, Monmouthshire, Ant, XXXVI. Feb, 57 
Ihc Silchesier •' Finds," by L., Ant, XXXVI. JuJv, 315 
The Ribchester Excavations, 1899, Ant, XXXVI. June, 184 
Celtic Archaeology, see Celtic Archaeology 
Crosses, see Crosses 
Bibliography of Archaeology, 1899, by H. N. Fowler, A J Archssoi, IV. 

5ept, 387 
" Authority and Archaeology, Sacred and Profane,'* by Canon Driver and 

Others, Prof. T. M. Lindsay on, Crit R, X. Jan, 97 
Makers of Weapons ; England's Oldest HandicraAs, by Isabel Suart 

Robson. Ant., XXXVI. Apr, xzo. May, 143 
A Domestic Museum, by G. L. Apperson, Arch Rev. VIII. Sept, 136 
Old Bed-Wagons or Bed-Warmers, bv R. Quick {Ul.\ Rel, VI. Jan, 39 
Kettle-Tilters. by J. RomiUy Allen {Ul.\ Rel, VI. Apr, 1x5 
On BeUs. by R. Quick (t^/.), Rel. VI. Oct. a«6 
Pins and Needles, by C. J. Praetorius [ill.), Q W. XLI. Sept, 599 
Notes on the Early History of Mamifold-Writers and Copying-Machines, 

by G. L. Apperson. Ant. XXXVI. Mar, 87 
The Clachans of Lewis by H. W. Williams (j7/.), Rel, VI. Apr, 73 
Aboriginal American Writing, by T. Gann (i//.). Ant, XXXVI. Apr, zo6, 

June, Z69 
Archaeology in the Boston Museum, see under Bosfn 
The Arcfaieological Institute of America : 
Address, by Charles Eliot Norton, A J Archaeol, IV. Mar, z 
Progress of American Archasolocy during the Past Ten Yean, by Henry 

W. Haynes, A J Archaaol, IV. Mar, 17 
The General Meeting of the Archasological Institute of America, New 

Haven, Dec., 1899 : Report, A J Archseol, IV. Mar, 149 
Annual Report, 1899—1^00, A J Archssol, IV. Dec. Supplement 
Archaeological Progress and the Schools at Rome and Athens, by A. L. 

Frothingham, Jr., Inter M, II. Dec, 687 
The American Schools at Athens, Rome, and in Syria, see imder Greece 
(Ancient}, Rome (Ancient), Terence, Syria 
Archangel, see under Russia 
Archbishops : The Mitre of an Archbishop, by A. C. Fox-Davies {UL)t 

Qeneal M, IV. Jtme, 4a 
Archer, William, 
''America Today" by William Archer: The American Language, by 

Carolyn Shipman, Critic. XXXVI. Tan, 8z 
On the Poetic Drama, Critic, XXXVI. Jan, %% 
On Puritanism and the Theatre, Critic. XXXVII. July, 57 
On the American StaKe(«r/.). P M M, XX. Jan, 33 
On ''Paolo and Francesca," by Stephen Phillips. Critic, XXXVI. Feb, 

156 
On "The Bending of the Bough" by George Moore, Critic, XXXVI. 

May, 436 
On Alfred Austin ; Quousque Tandem ? Critic, XXXVII. Ang, Z45 ; and 

Replv to. by Alfred Austin, Critic, XXXVII. Oct, 405 
On Maeteriinck and Mystery, Critic. XXXVI [. Sect. 320 
On Dr. Churton ColUns's Criticism of Tennyson, Critic, XXXVIL Dec, 

508 
On " Hie Man That conrupted Hadleyburg " by Mark Twain, Critic, 

XXXVIL Nov. 4Z3 
On an Academy of the Dead. M R. I. Dec, zi8 (XXII. Dec. 574) 
Archery, Ancient and Modern, by Lilias Dawson (iV/.), W M, XII. Oct, 

503 
Arches: Triumphal Arches, by Arthur Fish [ill.\ M Art, XXIV. Aug, 

44S 
Architecture (see also Articles under Churches, Monasteries ; London, etc., 
etc.): 
The Architeaural School at Columbia University, by P. C. Stuart {Ul\ 

Arch Rac, X. July, z 
Women as Architects, by Joseph D. Miller [ill.), Fr L, L. June, zqq 
A Subject-Clasxification of Books on Architecture; Two Notes for Art 

Librarks. by W. H. James Weak. Libr, I. Sept, 368 
Gothic Architecture (see also Chin-ches, Moiuuteries} : 
"A History of Gothic Art in England " by Edward S. Prior: The 
Modern Study of Gothic Architecture, by Paul Watcrhouse, M R, I. 
Nov, 98 (XXII. Nov, 480) 



Ig 



INDEX TO THE 



Akchitbctubr.— Continued. 



Armenian Chukch. 



Architecture— continued. 

Gothic Architecture— continued. 
*<The Cathedral Builders; the Story of a Great Masonic Guild " by 
Leader Scott : 
Paul Waterhouse on, M R, I. Nov, q8 (XXII. Nov, 480} 
Unsigned ArUcle on [itl.\ Ant, XXXVI. Oct, 306 
Kuskin's Nature of Gothic and Its Relation to Modern Handicrafts, by 

Chas. Holme, 8t G, III. July, 134 
The Survival of Gothic Architecture in Cyprus, by G. Jeffisry (iV/.), 
Arch Rev, VIII. Sept, ia8 
The Place of Architecture in Allegory, by Ethel Wheeler, Arch Rev, VIII. 

Dec, S53 
Notes OQ Masons' Marks, by Khepr [ill.\ Arch Rev, VIII. Oct, 187 
Mottoes in Houses, by C. G. Leland, Arch Rev, VII. Jan, 37, Feb, 

8j, Apr, 177 
Site, Base, Support and Superstructurs (i//.), Q O P, XXII. Oct, ao, Nov, 

91, Dec, 157 
Architectural Style, by R.S., 8crlb, XXVIII. Oct, 509 
Expression in Architecture, by Prof. H. R&tgers Marshall, Arch Rec, IX. 

Jan, 554 
On the Real Impedunents of British Architecture, by H. Wilson, Arch Rev, 

VIII. July. 36 
Modem House Design, Beresford Pite on (iV/.), Arch Rev, VIII. Oct, 153 
A Country House, by M. H. Baillie Scott {ili.), 8tu, XIX. Feb, 30 
The House in the Country, by Halsey Ricardo (<//.}, M Art, XXIV. 

Jfan, Z05 
Competition for a Villa in the Riviera {31.), Arch Rev, VII. Mar, Z4X 
The Tall House, by A. G. Hyde («//.;, Arch Rev, VII. Mar, 129 
Building a Skyscraper, by R. Stannard Baker ((//.}, 8tr, XIX. Apr, 376 
TaU Buildings of America, see under United States (Architecture) 
An Unscientific Inquiry into Fireproof Building, by Russell Stiu-gis {ill.). 

Arch Rec. IX. Jan, 209 
I^ndon Architecttire, Xx>ndon Street Improvements, etc., see under 

London 
Art Galleries, see under Art 
Museums, see under Museums 

Music Halls and Theatres, see Mu»ic Halls, Theatres 
I.lbraries, see under libraries 
The Phebe Hearst Competition for the University of California and the 

Plans of E. B^nard, see under Universities 
Sdiool Buildmgs, see imder Education 
Almshouses, see Almshouses 

Hotises for the Middle Classes, see Housing of the Middle Classes 
I^gings for Professional Women, see Lod^gs 
Housing of the Working Qasses, see Housmg of the Working Classes 
Farm Buildings, etc. see under Agriculture 
The True Relation of Sculpture to Architecture, by Wm. Ordway Partridge, 

F, XXIX. Mar, 44 
On colouring Stattiary and Architecttue, by John La Farge, Scrib, 

XXVIL June. 765 
The Ftmction of Ornament, by S.S.G.. Arch Rev, VII. Apr, 185 
House Decoration, see imder Arts and Crafts, etc. 
Architecture and Exterior Decoration at the Paris Exhibition, by W. Fred 

{ill.), Artlat, XXVIII. July, 13a 
Sketches of the Paris Exhibition, by T. Grubhofer ; Illustrations, Stu, XX. 

Sept, 2X7 
Other Articles on the Paris Exhibitian, see Paris Elxhibition, etc. 
Fountains, see Fountains 
Architecture on the Stage at Her Majesty's Theatre, by J. A. Marshall 

{itl.\ Arch Rev, VIII. Nov. 195 (XXII. Dec, 599) 
Architectural Sketching, Architecture in Art (see also Emanuel (F. L,), 
Finn (H.), Laing (F.), Wauters (E.), etc.) : 
The Royal Academv and Architecture. looo [HI.), Stu, XX. July, 94 
Architecture and Crafts at the Royal Academy, 1900 [ill.). Arch Rev, 

VII. Mav, Z94 
The Royal Academy Exhibition, 1900; a Candid Criticism, by X.Y.Z., 
Arch Rev, VII. June, 293 
Which is the Finest Building In the World ? by F. Dolman {UL), 8tr, 

XX. Oct, 4x0 
The Highest Houses in the Kingdom, by G. A. Wade (<//.). E I, XXIII. 

Sept, 523 
Wooden Hotises in France during the Mkldle Ages, by J. Schopfer {ill.). 

Arch Rec, IX. Apr, ^33 
Architecture in the New American Colonies, by M. Schuyler {ill.). 

Arch Rec, IX. Jan, 277 
The Qachans of Lewis, by H. W. Williams {ill.), Rel, VI. Apr, 7.^ 
Removing £lxiraordinary, by H. J. Shepstone {ill.). Harms, V. Dec, 

Ar^tecture Abroad, see Articles under Africa (South), China, Cyprus, 
France. Parisj Paris Exhibition, Germany, Italy, Japan, Palestine, Rome 
(Andent), United States, New York, etc, etc 

Architects noticed, see 
Adam (Robert), Bond (G. E.). Lethaby (W. R.), 

Ball (J. L.). Butterfield (Wm.), Mountfoid (E. W.), 

Belcher (John), Doyle (J. F.), Shaw (R. Norman), 

Bbmfield (Sir A.) & Emerson (Wm.), Wren (Christopher), 

Sons, Hunt(R. M.), Young (Wm.), etc. 

Arctic Regions and Arctic Exploration (see also Articles under Alaska, 
Canada (North), Greenland, Iceland. Labrador, Lapland, Russia, Siberia 
(under Russia), Spitzbergen, Yukon Region] : 

The Possibilities of reaching the Four Poles, by Dr. F. A. Cook {HI.), 
P M, X. July, 63 (XXII. July. 62); Same Article {HI.), Can M, XV. 
Sept, 4x8 

The Race for the North Pole, by Walter Wellman {map and iU.), McCI, 
XIV. Feb, 318 



lunot 383 



Arctic Regions and Arctic Exploration^'Continued. 
Sledging toward the Pole, by Walter Welhnan {Ul.), MeCl, XIV. Mar, 405 
An Arctic Day and Night, by Walter Wellman {iU. ). McCI, XIV. Apr, 555 ; 

Part of Same Article (i//.), P M, X. Dec. 7x9 
My Attempt to reach the North Pole, by W. Wellman {iU.\ W W, lY. 

Jan, 474 
Commercial Possibilities of the North Pohr Region, by Theo. F. Vaa 

Wflgenen, Cons R, III. June. 399 
The Scientific Results of Dr. Nansen's Polar Expedidon : 

Plumstead, E., on. Naut M, LXIX. Apr. 326 

T.R.R.S.on, K. XXIII. Sept, aoS 

Unsigned Article on, Scot Q M, XVI. Oct, 6ox 
The Danish /i»^<i(/'Exi>edition {map), Q J. XV. Mar, 373 
The Harriman Expedition, see under Alaska 
The Arctic Expedition of the Duke of the Abruszi, by Dr. O. Malacodi 

{ill.), 8tr, XX. Nov, 553 
In Greely's Old Camp at Fort Conger, by Lieut. Robert E. Peary (mM^\ 

WcCI, XIV. Jan, 838 
Henry Hudson's Explorations ; Into a Silent Sea, by Vincent Van Martar 

Beede, Chaut, XXXI. July, 3)3 
With Arctic Highlanders, by Walter A. Wyckoff {UL), Scrib, XXVIIL 

Sept, 98 s 
A Day's Work of an Arctic Htmter, by A. J. Stone (i»«> and Ul.V 

W Work. I. Nov, 85 
Arctic Co-operation ; Peasant Life, by E. W. Lowry, Q M. CCLXXXIX. 

Sept, a39 (XXII. Sept, 965) 
The Ermack and other Ice-Breaking Ships, see under Shipping 
A New Tent for the Snow Line, by F. A. Cook {UL), O. XXXVIT. Dec, 

333 
Icebergs, by Gertrude E. Donaldson {ill.), P M, X. Aug, X71 
d'Arcy. Charles F., seeD'Arcy (Charles F.) 
Argentine Republic (see also Tierra del Fuego) : 
Working and Living in South America, by Franklin Haynes (f?/.). Muns«v 
XXII. Feb, 688 ' v » T, 

Exploration of the Berroejo River and lu Affluents {map), Q J, XV. June 

599 
Lost in an Argentine Dust Storm, by A. Beaumont {ill.), W W, V. Au|t 4S9 
Argyll, Qeorge Douglas Campbell, Duke of, i823-<r9oo: 
The Duke orArg>ll, by Dr. Donald Maclood {iU.), Q W, XU. Ji 

(XXI. June, 559) 

The Duke of Argyll and His Works : Christianity and Science, by J. 
Robinson Gregory, L Q, IV. July, 13 
Argyll, Duke of (Marquis of Lome) : 
luverary CasUe. by Rev. A. H. Malan {UL), P M M, XXII. Sept, 43 
On the Realities of the South African War, N A R, CLXX. Marf 305 

(XXI. Apr, 344) 
On Planting-Out State ChUdren m South Africa, N C, XLVII. Apr, 609 
(XXI. Apr, 350) 
Argyll, Princess Louise, Duchess of {iU.), L R, VII. Feb, 479 (XXI. 

Feb, 158) 
Arid Region of the United States, see under United States 
Ariola, Pipito, Musical Prodigy, by Frederk Lees, H, XVIL Nov, 311 
Aristocracy (see aUo Articles under Hcraidr\') : 
•'Burke's Peerage," Unsigned Article on (///,). Qeneal M. IIL Feb, 41s 
" Dobreit's Peerage," Unsigned Article on. Qeneal M, IV. May, 19 
Notes on Extinct Irish Baronetcies, by T.. Qeneal M, UL Apr, 539 
A Peer's Writ of Summons, by A C. Qeneal M, IV. Dec, 344 
Peer* Who preach, by G. A. Wade [UL), T M, V. Oct, x 
Famous Jewels and Their Wearers [UL), L R, IX. Dec, 1:13 ' 
Aristocrat of the Kitchen— The Cockroach, by Harvey Sntherland. 

Ainslee, V. May, 317 
Aristotle, 384—398 B.C. : 
'* The Ethics of AristoUe" by Prof. John Burnet, R. P. Hardie on. Mind 

IX. Oct, 538 
The Politics of Aristotle, by Prof. W. A. Dunning, P 8c Q, XV. June, 
873 

The Aristotelian Ideal of Being; the Conception of *£»'rpycta 

'AiCCViyo'/aC) by F. C. S. Schiller, Mind, IX. Oct, 457 
Arithmetic (see also Numbers) : 
On School Arithmetics, J Ed, XXII. Sept, 546, Dec, 748 
Arithmetic in the Cambridge Junior Local Syllabus, by W. P. Wcrkman, 

Ed R L, II. Jan, xg 
Curiosities of Arithmetic, by G. W. Niven, Scots, XXV. Mar, 283 
Arizona : 
The Prehistoric Ruins of Casa Grande, by A. R. Crane {UL), O NL 

XXXVI. Oct, 295 
The Hopi Snake Dance, by G. W. James {UL), O, XXXVI. Tunc, 30a 
Two Men in a Marble Trap, by G. W. James {ill.), W W, V. June. ^77 
Cloud-Bursts in Arixona, by J. J. E. Lindberg (///.). W W, VI. Nov, 

Economic Entomology in Arizona, by Prof. T. D. A. Cockerell, 8c Q. 

VI. May, 366 
CoccinellidsB in Arizona, by Prof. Cockerell, Sc C^ VII. Nov, zjy 
'Armagh, see under Ireland 
Armagh, Archbishop of, see Alexander (Dr.) 
Armenia and the Armenian Question : 
A Contribution to the Armenian Question, by C. A. P. Rohrbach, F. XX DL 

June, 481 (XXII. July, 80) 
Religious Customs among the Armenians, by Bishop Paul Terzian («!/.}, 

C W, LXXI. June. 305. July, 500 
An Armenian Wedding, by Miss Lucy M. J. Garnet t, Arg, LXX. Mar 347 
Armenian Church : SonieTent.ttive Comments upon the Armenian UxjJiBsl 
and Some Allied Topics, by Rev. W. K. Firmiogcr, In Qh Q, XH. Issl 
58, Apr, xa6 



AsitBs, Philip. 



PERIODICALS OF 1906. 



Armikp, British and J^ORBicN*— Continued. 



»^ 



Armas, Philip. Musician {ill.). Mut T, XU. Feb, 8c 
ArmiM. British and Foreign (see also Volunteers) : 
Tactics, Strabqy. etc. : 
Jean de Bloch^i llaeoriss ; the Impossibility of War, by Jack Londo •, 

O M, XXXV. Mar. 278 »~ ' 

The Conditions of Modern Warfare ; J. S. Bloch's Theoris* liliX R R, 

XXI. Jail, 69; Same Article {ill.). R R Aus, XVI. Feb, 209 
The Transvaal War and Its Problems, by J. S. Bloch, R R, XXI. Feb, 

Some Lessons of the Transvaal War, by Jean de Bloch, C R, LXXVII. 

Apr, 457 (XXI. Apr, 346) 
Military Training and Modem Weapons, by Cul. F. N. Maude, C R, 

LXXVII. Mar, 305 (XXI. Mar, ««) 
Mistake in War, by Lieut.-Col. F. N. Mauie, C, VIII. Aor, 454 (XXI. 

Apr, 346) ; Part of Sams Article, R R Aus, XVI. May, 606 
The Loose Order of Battle, by Major F. C. Ornubyjohnson, New C R, 

VII. June, 431 
Surprise in War, by Spenser WUkinson, C, VIII. Mar, 318 (XXI. Mar, 

Surprises in War; Their Reason and Remedy, by Major-Gen. Frank S. 

Russell, Black, CLXVII. June, 840 
Collective Practices, by Major J. H. Swanton. J R U 8 I, XLIV. Aug, 

933 
The Defence of a Flank, by Major CoUn Mackenzie, U 8 M, CXLII. 

May, 181 
Our Antiquated Drill and Tactics, by Sir E. N. NewJejate, F R,LXV1I. 

May, 780 (XXI. May, 453) 
The Arc of Skirmishing, by Ueut.-Col. R. Holden, J R U 8 I, XLIV. 

May, 559 
Military Obstacles, by Norman Fraser [iU.), P M. X. Dec, 705 
An Army in the Field, by Capt. William Wood, Can M. XIV. Apr, 

Scoutinff and Reconnaissance— Naval and MiliUry, by W. Green, U 8 M, 

CXLII. Apr, sa 
Scouts; the iCyes of an Army, by M. Tindal {ill.), P M, IX. Mar, 3x4 
Western Scouts, by E. B. Osboro, Mac, LXXXII. July, aoz 
An Army Corps at the Fh)nt, by Migor A. Griffiths (<//.}, P M. IX. Jan, 

5« 
The War Game, by Capt. A. L. Ridpath (1?/.). Royal, IV. May. 18 
The Field I'elegraph at Work, by P. Ascor {Ul.), Harms, IV. Apr, atg 
New Methods of MUitary SignaUing, by Ueut. J. D. G. Walker, 

J U 8 i I, XXIX. Apr, i7t 
The Military Aspect and Condua of the S. African War, see under 

Africa 
Cavalry and Horses : 
Notes on the Evolution of Cavalry, by Lieut-Col. F. N. Maude {^laM\ 

H^,?!v^^^"- J!*y^' "3i June, aa»f July, 33«. Aug, 439. Sept, 549; 

CXLIII. Oct, X, Nov, 107, Dec, 217 
Concerning our Cavalry, Black, CLxVII. June, 767 
Cavalry ; Their Place in War, by John Percy («7/.), I, XVII. May, asx 
Precipice-Riding in the Continental Armies, by B. Waters {ill.). 8tr, 

XIX. Ian, 98 
Mounted Infantry, see under Subheading Infantry below 
How to breed Horses for War, by Wilfrid S. Blunt, N O, XLVIII. Aug, 

The Best Means to secure a Proper Supply of Remounts for the Army, 

by Sir John Gilmour, Land M, IV. Nov, 773 
The Horse m Warfare, by V. D'O. Noble {ill.), P M. IX. June, 624 
llie Care of Animals in Warfare, by Laurence W. Pike, Numane R, I. 

Oct, a68 
The Cruel Case of the Wounded War-Horaes, by Laurence W. Pike, 

N C, XLVII. June, 916 (XXI. June, 549) 
A War-Horse Society, by M. Peacock, Land M, IV. June, 391 
Infantrv : 

The Future of Mounted Infantry, by Lord Denman, N C, XLVII. Mar, 

383 (XXI. Mar, S35) 
Mounted Infantry, by .Major R. H. Carr-EUison, U 8 M, CXLIII. 

Nov, 165 
Mounted infantry, by Major John M. Macartney, U 8 M, CXLII. 

Apr, 8 
Mounted Troops, by William W. Marshall. U 8 M. CXLII. Aug, 5x9 
Mounted Infantry ; Four Legs instead of Two, by A. Maurice Low, 



F, XXX. Nov, wo (XXII. Dec, 578) 
•ur Infantry, by Earl of Northbrook, N 
Infantry ; iheir Place in War, by John Bhke, I, XVII. Aug. 5x6 



Northbrook, N C, XLVIII. Aug, X96 



OrdnMuce, Artillery. Weapons, etc. : 

llie Future of Our ArtiUery, by Capt C Holmes Wilson, U 8 M, 



CXLII. Sept, 568 
" PI 

,. by Mai 
Reconnaissance and Escorts for Horse and Field Artillery, by Lieut" 



Artillery ; llieir Place in War, by John Percy (i//.), I, XVII. Mar, 46 
Types of ArtiUery, by, Malcolm Rms (i//.). Can M, XIV. Mar, 4xx 



Col. A. H. C. Phillpotts, U 8 M. CXUIL Dec, e6a 
The Evolution of the Machine Gun, by G. L. Apperson, Arg, LXX. 

Apr, 443 
The Range of Modern Guns, by W. J. Gordon (i//.), L H, XLVIII. 

Feb, 304 (XXL Apr, 353) 
The Range Question, by Major H. T. Crook [diagrams), J R U 8 I, 

XLIV. Sept, xoa6 
Quick-Firing Guns for Field Artillery Use, by Capt T. G. TuUoch (i//.), 

Feiid, III. Oct, 40X 
Field Guns, by Galeatus, M R, I. Dec, 58 (XXII. Dec, S74) 
The Service Rifle ; the Cause of Otu- Defeats, by W. A. Baillie-Grohman, 

F R, LXVII. Mar, 373 (XXL Mar, 331) ; Letter, F R, LXVIL Apr, 

7»4 
Modem Military Rifles, by W. J. Gordon, L H, XLVIII. Mar, 458 



Armies, British and Foreign — continued. 
Ordnance. ArtiUery, Weapons, etc. — continued. 
The Colt Automatic Gun and Dundonald Gun-Carriage, by Major C H« 

WyUy (i//.), U 8 M. CXLI. Mar, 635 
The Organization of Howiuers with Field and Mountain Artillery, by 

Major T. W. G. Bryan, U 8 M. CXLIL Au;, 488 
The New De Bange and Piffard Rapid-Fire Gun ; Illustration, J R U 8 I, 

XLIV. June 
The Creusot 3-Inch Rapid-Fire Gun ; Illustration, J R U 8 I, XLIV. 



Our*%uns, by W. W. Hutchtnss {ill.\ C F M, XXX. Mar. 464 

The "Pom-Pom," by Capt £. L. Zalinski {ill.), Cas M, XIX. Dec» 

Sho^t? Shell, and Bullets, Black, CLXVII. Feb, 163 

Th- BuUet Wounds of Modern Warfare, by W. J. C. Coulthard, New O R, 

VIII. luly, 34 
The Birin and Growth of Explosives, by Rev. John M. Bacon (/?/.), L H| 

XLVIII. Jan, 205 
High Explosives, by Capt E. L. Zalinski, Inter M, I. Tone, 676 
The Government Giupowder and Others, by Unique, U 8 M, CXLIL 

Apr, 66 
Hiraiii S. Maxim aad the Stoiy of Smokeless Powder (i^.), Feild, IL 

Mar, 395 
Lyddite in Action, C J, III. Apr, 369 

Arms and Ammunition in the South African War, see tm ler Africa 
Shield Protection for Tro9ps in the Field, by Capt A. D. Furse, 

J R U 8 I, XLIV. Aug, 884 
The Bullet-Proof Shield invented by F. Wallis, by R. Maingay {iU.), 

Royal. IV. Oct, 499 
BuUet-Proof Shields, by A. Goodrich (i//.), P M, IX. Mar, 324 (XXI. 

Mar, 267) 
Hiram S. Maxim ; a Dealer in Death, by Colston Moore {Hi.), Lud, X 

Aug, 338 
Woolwich Arsenal; the Nursery of the Woolwich Infant, by Charles 

Ray [ill.). Royal, IV. May, 6t 
Armstrong. Whitworth & Co., Elswick ; a Visit to a Gun Factory, by 

D. T. limins {Ul.). C F M, XXXL Oct 464 
Sparkbrook, Warwickshire ; Where " Tommy's " Weapons are made and 

tested, by G. A. Wade {tU.), W M, XL Mar, 462 
Creusdt France; Where "Long Tom" was made, by M. Dinorben 

Griffith and D. BrU {iU.), 8tr, XIX. May, 494 (XXI. Mav, 479) 
Alfred Krupp ; a Life Story of the Cannon King, by N. Alliston {ill.), 

Q T, VI. May, xao 
Makers of Weapons; En^and's Oldest Handicrafts, by Mrs. Isabel 

Sttart Robson, An^ XXxVI. Apr, zxo. May, 148 
Trophies, etc. ; New Uses for Oki Guns, by C. G. Harper {HI.), 

Harms, IV. Feb. 73 
Shooting, Marksmanship : 
How is Fire Superiority to be attained in the Infantry Attack? by 

L'eut-Gen. von Rohne, J R U 8 I, XLIV. Mar, 358 
Marksmanship Old and New, by W. A. Baaiie-Grohman, N C, XLVII. 

May, 753 (XXI. May, 453) 
The Art of Taking Aim {ill.), Capt, IL Feb, 449 
Scientific Sharpshooting, by Horace Kephart, Cas M, XVII. Mar, 418} 

(XXI. Apr, 378) 
The Artillery Camp at Lydd, Kent ; Learning to fire Big Guns, by 

Jf. F. J. Archibald {ill.). Royal, III. Apr, 530 (XXI. Apr, 359) 
Rifle-Shooting Clubs for Civilians, etc, see under Volunteers 
Military Engineering : 
Field Engineering for Home Defsnoe, by Capt. R. F. Sorsbie, U 8 M, 

CXLIII. Oct, ax, Nov, aoa, Dec, 966 
Reorganisation of the Corps of Roval Engineers, by Common Sense, 
U 8 M, CXLII. June, 984 ; and Replies to. by,~ 

Brown, Major W. Baker, U 8 M, CXLII. July, 394 

Ubique, U 8 M, CXLIII. Oct, 70 
Military Ballooning : 
llie Balloon as a War Machme, by H. Lawrence Swinburne {iU.), Fetid, 

11. Mar, 959 
Balloons in War, by Gen. A. W. Greely (1//.), Harp, XL. June, 33 
War Mechanism in South Africa, by George E. Walsh (i//.), Cas M, XVIL 

Mar, 355 (XXI. Apr, 378) 
Electrical Appliances in Military OperatkHis, by Capt John P. Wisser (aT/.), 

Eng M, XIX. May, 939 (XXL June, 581) 
Modem Engines of War, by Lieut C de W. Willcox (aT/.), Munsey, 

XXIII. May, X93 
Transport : 
llie Common Mule, by R. B. Townshend, N C, XLVIL Jan, 130 (XXL 

The^4«a8e of an Army, by W. E. Gray {iU.), C F M, XXX. May, 
659 

Transport in the South African War, see under Afirica 
Cycling : 

The Cj'de in War, by H. Hamiltoo (i//.), P M, IX. Feb, aox 

The Cycle as Ambulance, by G. Dayle {ill.). Harms, IV. Apr, «$< 

The Cyclist Soldier, by H. G. WeUs, F R, LXVIII. Dec, 9*4 (XXII. 
Dec, 579) 
Telephotography in Modem Warfare^ by Major J. B. Leslie Rogers, 

J U 8 11, XXIX. Apr, x8x 
Pigeons as Messengers of War, by A. H. Osman {SI.), 8tr, XIX. Feb, 

160 (XXI. Feb. 135) 
The Ladysmith Pigeon Post, by Major E. A. Altham {ma^s), J R U 81, 

XLIV. Nov, X93X 
Dogs of War, by Irving Montagu {Ul.), W M, XII. Nov, 69x 
AnimaU in WarfareTby Lieut W. Kelly, Jr. (rV/.), Muntey, XXIV. 

Nov, 967 



20 



Armiks, British and Porrign.— Continued 



INDEX TO THE 



Armies, British and Foreign.— Continued. 



Afmiet, British and Foreign—continued. 
Education for the Army : 
The Military Education of Officers, by T. MUler Maeuire, Nat R, 

XXXVI. Dec. 507 (XXII. Dec, 548) 
An Army Career, by Major-Gen. Nelson A. Miles (iV/.), Fr L, XLIX. 

Feb, 409 
How to become a Soldier, by A. E. Manning Foster (i?/.), Capt, II. 
Mar, 5^9 

Soldier-Makittgat Sandhurst, by Major A. F. Mockler-Ferryman (<//.), 

Bad IVI, X. June. 681 
Shooting and Alarksmanship, see Subheading above 
Rev. W. C. Bunny of Westcombe; Life with an Army Coach, by 

One of the Horses. Q M, CCLXXXIX. Nov, sta 
West Point Military Academy, see under Subheading United States 

below 
Army Medical Corps, Care of the Wounded in War, etc. : 
The Royal Army Medical Corps, Blacic. CLXVII. Mar, 371 
Army Medical Reform, by S., N I R, XIV. Dec, aai 
Army Medical Organisation in War, by Brigade-Surgeon Lieut. -Col. W. 

Hill-Climo, U 8 M, CXLUL Oct, 66 
The British and Canadian Army Medical Services, by C. A. Matthews 

{«//.), Can M, XV. Aug, 301 
X Rays on the Battlefield, by F. C Harrison {«//.). Royal, IV. May, 39 
llie Ministry to the Sick and Wounded Soldiery in War Times, by Dr. 

A. T. Pierson, Mis R, XIII. Aug, 577 
Army Nurses, C J, III. May, aga 
Ambulauce-Nursing. Past and Present, by Marie Belloc-Lowndes (ft!/.), 

P M M, XX. Mar, 349 
The Knights Hospitallers and Ambulance Work in War, by Major A. C. 

Yate (1^/.). J R U 8 I, XLIV. Oct. 1099 
How Our Wounded Soldiers are nursed, by Sybil (1//.), Q R, II. Mar, 

489 
Under the Rei Cross Flag, by Mrs. S. A. Todey (»//.), L R. VII. Feb, 

419 (XXI. Feb, 158) 
With the Red Cross on the Battle-Field, by M. Tmdal (>//.), P M, IX 

Jan. 31 

Tommy on Crutches, by Rev. E. J. Hardy («//.), Q, May, 646 (XXII. 
Aug, 153) 

The I'ruce of God on the Battlefield, by Rev. E. J. Hardy (^/.), Q, 
Jauj 193 

The Care of the Wounded, Hospitals, etc, in the South African War, see 

under Africa 
The Ways of a Military Hospital. C. VIII. Jan, ixa 
Netley Hospital, by Sarah Catherine Bud J (2/.), Lud, X. July, aas 
Army Nursing at Netley Hospital, by W. N. Shansfield (1//.), T M, 

IV. Feb, 355 
Our Wounded at Netley, by Marie A. Belloc (///.), 8un 8tr, II. 

The Queen and the Wounded at Netley, by Mrs. S. A. Tooley (i//.), L R, 

VIII. lune, xa3 
America'^i Lazgest Army Hospital at San Francisco, by Paul Pinckney 

(i//.), O M, XXXVI. Nov. 487 
The Princess Christian Hospital Train : 

Kay, J. A., on («//.), 8un 8tr. I. Mar. 399 

Stoker, Gilbert J., on {HI.), Rail M, VL Feb, 171 

Tooley, Mrs. S. A., on (rV/.), L R, VII. Mar, 61 x 

Unsigned Article on (i//.). P M, IX. Mar, 305 
Hospital Ships; Palaces of Pain, by Marie A. Belloc (aV.), 8un 8tr, I. 

Feb, X 40 
The Cycle as Ambulance, by G. Dayle (iltf.). Harms, IV. Apr, 

To What Extent should the Bearer Company render Assistance in the 

Fighting Line during the Progress of an Engagement f by Staff-Sergeant 

H. Stapleton, U 8 M, CXLII. July. 368 
Ambulance Dogs in the German Army, by F. A. Talbot (<//.), 8tr, XX. 

Sept. 3^9 
Administration and Miscellaneous : 
The Defence of the Empire and the Militia Ballot, by Col. Sir George S. 

Oarke. N C, XLVIL Jan, 9 (XXI. Tan, 4x) 
The Military Weakness of England and the Militia Ballot, by Sidney Low, 

N C, XLVII. Ian, 14 (XXI. Jan, 40) 
The Militia, by Sir Herbert Maxwell, N C, XLVII. Feb, ao8 (XXI. Feb, 

139) 
The Militia Ballot, by Viscount de Vesci, N C, XLVII. Feb, 2*3 (XXI. 

Feb, X39) 
The Miliiia Ballot Bill ; a Case of Paternal Desertion, by Lord Newt3n, 

Nat R, XXXV. Aug. 98a (XXII. Aug. 15X) 
National Defence, by Ralph NevUle, M R, f. Nov. 56 
The Invasion Problem, by Capt. W. E. Caimes, Nat R, XXXVI. Nov, 

341 (XXII. Nov, 453) 
The Parlous Position of Engbind, by W. S. Lilly, N C, XLVII. Apr, 

580 (XXI. Apr, ^S') 
The Perilous Position of England, by W. T. Stead, R R, XXI. Jan, 3 ; 

Same Article, R R A. XXI. Feb. 195 
The Threatened French Invasion and Disgarrisoned Britain ; Britain in the 

Valley of Humiliation, R R, XXI. Ian. 97, {map) Feb, IS3 
The Political Relations of France and England, see under France 
The Defence of London, by A. H. Atteridge («//.), C F M. XXX. Feb, 

•75 (XXL Feb, X39) 
A Frenchman's View of War with England {Hi.), Universal, I. July, 

466 
La Nouvelle Bataille de Dorking (in French), by Major H. de Missy, 

U 8 M. CXLIII. Oct, 49; and Reply to, U 8 M, CXLIIL Nov, 

•09 

The Military Crisis, by Frederic Harrison, Pos R, VII I. Mar, 49 



ArmiM, British and Foreign— continued. 
Administration and Miscellaneous— continued. 
The Proper Precautions for Imperial Safety, by CoL Sir George S. 

Clarke, N C, XLVII. Apr. sn (XXL Apr. 153) 
The Actual Strength of Our Forces at Horns, oy Earl Northbrook, N O, 

XLVII. Mar. 378 (XXI. Mar. a-^) 
The '* ConfuMon worse confounded '* at the War Office, by— 

Chesney, Gen. Sir George, N C. XLVII. Feb, 187 (XXI. Feb, X38) 

Wilkinson. Spenser. N C. XLVII. Feb. X74 (XXI. Feb, 138) 
The Insufficient Proposals of the War Office, by H. O. Amold-Forster, 

N C, XLVIL Apr, 554 (XXI. Apr, 35a) 
Having Eyes They see not, by an &iglishman, Nat R, XXXV. Aug, 

903 (XxII. Aug, X50) 
The War Office ; a Retrospect and a Forecast, by Major Arthtir Griffiths. 

F R, LXVII. Feb, «i4 (XXI. Feb. X37) 
The War Office and the War in South Africa, by H. O. Amold-Forster, 

Nat R, XXXV. Mar, 40 (XXI. Mar. 264} 
The War Office and the War, by Searchlight. P M M, XXI. June, aas 

(XXI. June, 548) 
Place the War Office m Commission, by Lord Thring, N C, XLVIII. 

Nov, 695 (XXII. Nov, 459) 
The Intelligence Department, by Major-Gen. F. S. Russell, Black, 

CLXVII. May, 725 (XXI. May, 454) 
llie Intelligence I>epartment, by Major Arthur Griffiths, C, VIII. Feb, 

14s (XXL Feb. 139) 
The English Intelligence Department, by Major Arthur Griffiths, F. 

XXX. Nov, 343 (XXII. Des, 578J 
The Staff of the British Army, by an Outsider, U 8 M, CXLII. July, 

374 (XXII. July, 79) 
The Home Generals an 1 Their Work in th« Coming Autumn, by Col. 

Lonsdale Hale. N C, XLVIII. Julv, 27 (XXII. July, 53) 
The Staff Work io the Wat, by Col. Lonsdale Hale, N C. XLVIII. Sept. 

357 (XXIL Sept. 378) 
Our Own Mandarins, by T. Miller Magaire, U 8 M. CXLIIL Nov, 138 

(XXIL Nov, 459) 
A Proposed Association for promoting Administrative Reform in the 

Army, N C, XLVIII. July, x (XXIL July, 53), Aug. X73 (XXII. 

Aug. 150) 
The State of the Army, by Beedos U 8 M. CXLI. Feb, 504 
Procrastinatioa and Parsimony, by Sir Georgs Arthur, r R, LXVII. 

Feb» 365 (XXL Feb, 136) 
The Duke of Cambridge on the British Army, by G. Leveson Gower, 

N A R, CLXX. Jan, x (XXL Feb, 157) 
Our Army, by Rex, U 8 M, CXLII. July, 403. Sept. 593 
England's Military Needs, by Major Arthur Gnffiths, F R, LXVII. 

Apr. 537 (XXI. Apr, «a) 
The Future of the British Army, by Theodor vonSosnosky, F R, LXVII. 

May, 79a (XXI. May, 460) 
The Army and the Administration, by Administrator, F R, LXVII. Mar, 

353 (XXI. Mar, 333) 
Army Reform, by Frederick W. TUgman, W R, CLIV. Oct, 183 
Army Reform, by an Officer, C R, LXXVII. May, 748 (XXL May, 

460) 
Corrigenda, by A.M., I C M, I. Nov, 8a 
Army Reorganisation : the Home Army, Black, CLXVIII. Nov, 637 

(XXIL Nov, 459), Dec, 793 (XXII. Dec, 571) 
Army Reorganisation, by E. S. Beesly, Pos R, VIII. Dec, 313 
The English Genius and Army Organisation, by Gen. Sir George Chesney, 

J R U 8 I, XUV. Ian, 53 
The Organisation of the British Army for War, by Major Telfer-SmoIIett, 

U 8 M, CXLII. May, 137 
Our Peace Training for War, Guilty or Not Guilty ? by CoL Lonsdale 

Hale, N O, XLVIL Feb 337 (XXL Feb, 138) 
On the Framework for.Our Forces Which the War in South Africa appears 

to surest and on Ute Way to give Due Weight to Military and Naval 

Opinion without injuring Our System of Government, by CoL H. B. H. 

Blundell, J R U 8 I, XLIV. Dec, X450 
Military Lessons of the War in South Africa, see under Africa (Transvaal) 
Our Army and lu Critic, by Hon. J. W. Forteacue, Mac, LXXXIII. 

Nov, 70 
The Military Policy of the Country should be an Oflensive Policy, Black, 

CLXVIII. Oct, 605 (XXIL Oct, 368) 
A Cobnist's Views on Army Reform, by Dr. John M. Creed, C R, 

LXXVIII. Oct. 468 (XXIL Oct, 368) 
Our Military Prestige Abroad, by Capt J. W. Gambier, F R, LXVIII. 

Oct. 559 (XXIL Oct, 333. 369) 
The Empire and Militarism, M R, I. Nov, i 
Some Personal Impressions of the Army, by Cape A. G. Boscawen, 

Nat R, XXXVI. Dec, 495 (XXIL Dec. 54a) 
British Defence, x8oo— 1900, by Sir John C. R. Colomb, J R O I. XXXI. 

May, :^8t 
■ The Militia, Pest. Present, and Futyre, by Major Telfer-SmoUett, 

U 8 M, CXLI. Mar. 571 
A Day with a British Militia Regiment, by Herbert Hudson, Llpp, 

LXV. Feb. 393 
How can We avoid Conscription ? R R, XXI. Feb. xa^ 
Compulsory Military Service in England, by T. Miller Maguire. U 8 M, 
CXLII. Aug. 463. Sept, 5^8 (XXII. Sept, 384) ; and Replies to, by,— 

H. S. Montgomerie, U 8 M, CXLIIL Oct, 97, Dec. 300 

Wag Ley. U 8 M, CXLIII. Dec, 393 
Compulsory Service made easy, by C. Nugent Bankes, U 8 M, CXLIII. 

Oct, 59 
Supply of Men for the Army ; Food for Powder, by John H. Burton« 

U 8 M. CXLI. Feb, 490 
Conscription, by a Suppliant of Nemesis, W R, CLIII. June, 6sa 



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f>fiRIODICALS 



rmi«t, British and Foreign— continued. 
Administration and Miscellaaeous— continued. 
The Case against Conscription, by A. W. Liveiey, W R, CLIV. Sept, 960 

(XXII. Sept, s8o) 
Comcription, by W. J. Gordon, L H, XLVIII. Apr, 503 
Conscripiion, by Frederic Harrison, Pos R, VIII. Jan, 5 
Big Englandism, by Frednic Harrison, Pot R, VIII. juns, 97 
The Breakdown of Voluntary Enlistment, by Sidney Low, N C. XLVII. 

Mar, 365 (XXI. Mar, S34) 
Negligence in Kecniiting, by Capt. P. G. Elgood, N C, XLVIII. Dec, 

Z005 
The Recruit from a Depdt Medical Officer's Point of View, by Lieut.- 

Col. C. M. Douglas, J R U 8 I. XLIV. Jan, i 
The Queen's Shilling, by Olive Holland (t//.), T M, IV. Jan, 377 
Marines, see under Naries 
The Public Sdiools and National and Impsriil Defence,. Dr Warre's 

Scheme, Rifle Clibs, etc., etc., see under Volunteers 
How to pjpularise Our Army, by Searchlight, P M M, XXI. Aug, 465 

(XXIL Aug, 179) ; XXII. Nov, 37 S 
The Breed of Man, by Dr. Hely Hutchinson Almond, N C, XLVIII. 

Oct, 656 (XXIL Oct, 370) 
The Nation and tne Army, by a CivUim, Scott, XXV. Apr, 391 
llie Army and the Empire, bv H. F. Wyatt, I, XVII. Mar, 55 
Feeding an Army, Mac, LXXXI. Api;, 43a 
How an Army is fed, by James Cassidy (<V/.], T M, IV. Jan, 9)5 
Feedins the Fighung Man, by M. Tindal (^/.), P M, IX. May, 48a 

(XXL June, 547) 
The Army Clothing Department, by Susan Countess of Malmesbury (xV/.), 

LR. VII L June, i8x 
The Army Clothing Factory at Pimlico, L H, XLVIII. Feb, 341 
The Evolution of an Army Uniform (iV/.), C F M. XXX. May, 6^7 
Is the Uniform doomed? by Major Arthur Griffiths (1//.), Harmt, IV. 

Mar, 177 
Khakimania; Its Effects upon Our Dress, by R. ShuJdick, W R, CLIV. 

Nov, 549 (XXIL Nov, 476} 
In Khaki, by L. W. UlUngston, Q W, XLI. Jan, 43 
Tommy on a Transport, by A. T. Story (i//.), 8tr, XIX. Apr, 4x7 
With Tommy on a Transport to the Cape, by Florence Burnley (r7A), 

W IM, XL Apr, 538 
How the Railways assist the War Office, by John Bosham (i//.}. Rail M, 

VI. Jan, 8« 
Europe sold to pay the Christian War Bill, by W. Greenwood {iil.)t 

Sun Str, I. May, 558 
Martial Law, by Frederic Harrison, Pot R, VIII. Aug, 137 
Prisoners of War, by T. Morton {iltX P M, IX. Feb, 189 
Prisoners of War [UL\ C F M, XXXL July, 176 
Prisoners of War in Porcbester a C^tury Ago, by Rev. G. N. GoJwin, 

Ant, XXXVI. Aug, 941, Dec, 374 
Militarism and Humanity, by John M. Robertson, Humane R, I. Apr, 

Militarism or Manhood? by Joseph D. Miller, A, XXFV. Oct. 379 
French and English Militarism, by E. S. Bcesly, Pot R, VIII. Aug, 134 
Fighting Old and New, by Major Arthur Griffiths (1//.), Harmt, IV. 

Apr, 973 
Pink and Scarlet; or. Hunting as a School for Soldiering, by Lieut. -Col. 

E. A. H. Alderson (///.), Bad M, X. Ian, 107, Feb, 12 s 
Fighting and Fox- Hunting, by T. E. Kebbel, Mac, LXXXII. Mav, 36 
How the British Soldier lights, by James Barnes, R R Aut, XVI. Mar, 

The Spirit of Our Soldiers under Fire, by W. J. Mathams, C J, III. 

Mar, 177 
Mr. lliomas Atkins in War Time, by Rev. E. J. Hardy, T M, V. Dec, 

959 
The Reservist in War, by a Regimental Officer, Mac, LXXXI II. Dec, 

153 (XXIL Dec, 584) 
Some Famous Soldiers at the Front, by Mrs. S. A. Tooley (iif/.), W H, 

IX. Apr, 697 (XXL Apr, 354) 
The British Army ; at Home and in South Africa, by Major-Gen. Nels')n 

A. Miles (i^.), Fr L. XLIX. Mar, 4s t 
Heroes of the War, and Others, by Major Arthur Griffiths, F R, LXVIIL 

Oct, 6x8 
Some of Onr Fallen Heroes, by Marion Leslie («//.), L R, IX Dec, 1(9 
Royalty on Active Service, by R. Maingay [ill.) Royal, III. Apr, 503 
Christmas under Arms, by Capt. NeiU Malcolm, Black, CLXVIIL 

Dec, 880 
llie Colonial Contingents in the South African War, see under Africa 
Onr Reserve of Generals, by R. Machray (///.), W M, XII. June, 97 
Our Military Magnates from a Phrenological Point of View, by S. E. 



O'Dell; Interview, by Miss lliekla Bowser {ill.), Lud, X. May, 67 

July, X3 (XXIL Ji" 
The "New Model" Officer, C, VIII. June, 791 (XX'I. June, 548} 



c, CL 



Our Officers, Black, CLXVIIL July, X3 (XXIL July, 75) 



Officers Who have risen from the Ranks, by A Birnage {ill.), Harmt, 

IV. June, 467 
Soklier Sires and Sons, by A Birnage [ill.], Harmt, IV. Feb, 97 
*'Mr. Thomas Atkins" bv E. J. Hardy, W. E. Henley on, P M M, 

XXI. Jtue, 980 (XXI. June, 581) 
Our Soldieis, bv Unesman, Black, CLXVIIL Nov, 677 (XXIL Nov, 

467} ; Part of Same Article, R R Aut, XVII. Dec, 780 
DaUy Life of a Private Soldier, by Phil Wales, Can M, XIV. Feb, 305, 

The Oiieen and Her Soldiers {ill.), L R. VIL Mar, 539 (XXL Mar, 937) 
The Queen and Her Soldiers, by R. Maingay [ill.). Royal, III. Mar, 

399 (XXI. Mar, 967) 
The Soldier in Tropical Qimatts, by Medicus, U 8 M, CXLIL May, 

15a 




I9O6. 



AxMiBt, British and Forbign.— ContiBued. 



2t 



. Britlth and Foreign — continued. 
Adninistration and Miscellaneous — continued. 
The CD. Acts: 

Conference on " Regulation" at Brussels, R R, XXIL July, q6 

The Contagious Diseases Acts, by Francis H. Welch, Unlv, XII, iSa 
How to lay out and pitch a Cam?, by Capt. C. V. N. Lyne {UL), 

JU8II, XXIX. Jan, XII 
When an Army encamps, by H. Graincer [ill. ), Royal, V. Nov, 77 
How an Army crosses a River, by C. Ray (*iV.), Royal, IV. Aug, 339 
Some Real T^lki with Soldiers, by Rev. fi. J. Hardy, Q. Feb, 379 
Church Parade in the Army, by, Royal Artillery, Nat R, XXXVL Sept, 

63 (XXIL Sept, 976}: and Reply tj, by Major C. B. Mayne, Nat R, 

XXXVI. Dec, 517 (XXIL Dec, 570) 
The Church Parade Service, by Major C. B. Mayne, In Ch Q, XXL 

Oct, 301 
A Sunday at Aldershot, by C. H. Irwin (ill.). Sun H, Apr, 357 
Tommy Atkins at Church, by an ex-.\rmy Chai>lain [ttl.], Q, Aug, 865 
Rev. James Robetson, Chiplain to the Highlani Brigade, by J. H. 

Young iUL), Q T, VII. Oct, 40 
Padre Kobertson ; Chaplain of the Highland Brig ide, by H. C. Shdley 

[ill.). Sun Str, 11. Nov, 568 
Campaigning Chaplains, by Rev. E. J. Hardy [ill.), P M, IX. Apr, 447 
Chiplainsun the Field, by Rev. E. J. Hardy, Sun M, XXIX. Mar, X7X 
Prayers on tie BattUAeld. by Rev. E. J. Hardy [ill.), Q. Mar, 385 
The Soldiers' Y.M.C.A. : SoUi-ri of the King, by G. Qarice iUl.), 

Sun Str, I. Feb, 908 (XXL Feb, 183) 
How Tommy Atkins amuses Himself in Barracks, by G. F. Wade [ill.), 

T M, IV. luly, 835 
Tommy Atkins at hlay, by H. Graingsr [HI.), Royal, IV. July, 947 
Some Army Mascots, by B. Owen [Ut.), Harmt, IV. Feb, 3 
The fug-of-War on Horieback at the Military Tournament, by Meta 

Henn [Ul.), Str, XX. Oct, 493 
Modem MiUiary Athletics, by H. A Koehler [ill.), Muntoy. XXIII. 

June, 337 
The Corps of Commissionaires, by W. J. Wint!e [ill.), Harmt, III. 

Jan, 540 
Pnvate John Chinaman, by H. Grainger [HI.), Royal, IV. Oct, 463 
Ths War Funds; Whit They are, and How distributed, by F. M. 

Holmes, Q T, V. Feb, 335 
The Wives and Families of the Soldiers ; the Home Army, by Hesketh 

Prichard, C, VIII. May, 679 (XXI. May, 489) 
llie Wives and Womenkind of Our Officers at the Front, by Mrs. L. 

Bincen [iU.], C F M, XXXL Aug, 999 
Our Soldiers* vVives, by I^nota [ill.), Harmt, IV. Mar, 165 
Some of Otir Generab' Daughters, by Ignota [ill.), Q R, II. Jan, 3x9 

(XXI. Jan, 44) 
Royal Lady Colonels [Ul.), L R. VIL Feb, 466 f XXL Feb, 158) 
Women Warriors, by Francis Gribble {ill.), L R, VII. Jan, 387 (XXL 

Jan. 55) 
Women of Mettle, by S. E. Saville, H. XVI. Jan, 40 
Dahomey ; In the Lind of ths Amazons, by Sir Richard F. Burton, H, 

XVI. Mar, 184 
Ths Warrior's Last Parade, by R. C. Ryan [ill.), Royal, III. Mar, 

<*With Mmiary Honouri," by F. J. Crowest, Sun M, XXIX. Apr, 

951 
Where Otir Famous Soldiers are buried, by A. Biroage [ill.), Harmt, 

III. Jan, 567 
To the Memory of the Brave : How the Public Schoob honour Their 

Dead Heroes, by G. A. Wade [ill.), W M, Xll. luly, 147 
Swords of Renown; Ancient and Modern, by G.A.W. (ill.), E I, XXIII. 

Sept, 561 
The Medals Our Generals wea*, by C. Winter [ill.). Royal, IV. Aug, 

30s 
Some Biitbh War Medals and How They were won, by T. Hopkins {ill.), 

O F M, XXXI. Aug, 953 
The War Medals of Sixty Years, by Capt. G. F. MacMuna, U 8 M, 

CXLI. Mar, 559 
The Crests of W..r, by J. HoltSchooUng(^/.}. W M, XL Jan, 163 
llie Army and Its Badges, by Walter Wood; P M M, XXI. May, 9$ 
The Bfiton of a Field-.\larshal, by A. C Foz-Davies, Qenaal M, IV. 

The ^oyii MiUury School of Music at Kneller Hall (<?/.), Mut T, XLI. 

Aug, 5x1 
Kneller Hall; Where Army Bandsmen are Trained, by H. Wyndham 

[ill.), Harmt, IV. Feb, 41 
The Magic of Military Music, by AUce E. Argente [ill.), Q T, VI. 

Brt£h Bugle-Calls, by F. J. Crowest (('//.}, Sun M, XXIX. Sept, 6x4 

War Correspondents, see imder Journalism 

Military Painting, see under Art 

Fo'lowinga War (in the Philippine Id^.) with the Camera, by Charles 

Ray [ill.]. Royal. III. Apr, 475 (XXL Apr, 355) 
Rossi Ashton and His Instantaneous War Pictures, by F. Foulaham (///.), 

Royal, III. Apr, 491 
llie War on Pictorial Postcards, by C. Holland [ill.). Royal, IV. Sept, 49 j 
llie War in Toylan J, see under Toys 
Htst<>rical, etc : 
A Pie I f*r Military History, by C Omsn, Nat R, XXXV. July, 819 

(XXIL July. 71) 
" Outlines of Military Geography" by T. Miller Maguire : 

Col. Sir T. H. Holdich on, Q J, XV. Mar, 939 

Unsigned Article on, Scot Q M, XV. Mar, 141 
War Maps, by Sir T. H. Holdich. J R U S I. XLIV. July, 7x9 
MiUlary Ubrarics. by B. Carter, Libr W, II. Mar, 933 



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ArmibSi BsiTigH AMD FosBiGN.— Continued. 



Wt)EX to tHfi 




AftKOLD, fiBNSOlCr. 



Armies,- British and Foreign — continued. 
Historical, etc— continued. 
list of Military Works of Reference, by Capt. M. J. D. Cockle, Ubr W, 

II. Apr, 973 
A "Soldier'g Pocket-Book " of the Seventeenth Century, by Francis H. 

Candy, U 8 IVI, CXLII. July, 439 
Col. von Ldbeil's Annual Reports on Changes and Progress in Military 

Matters, 1874—1899, by Lieut. -Col. £. Gunter, J K U 8 I, XLIV. 

Feb, X54, Nov, Z394 
Commissions from the British Ranks, 1706 — 1855, by Charles Dalton, 

JRU8I, XLIV. Feb, 167 
A Century of Fighting, by Lieut -Col. Willonghby Vemer, Mac, 

LXXXIl. Oct, 468 
The Commission of Lieutenancy in Counties, by Sir Sherston Baker, 

Law M, XXV. May, 375 
The Art of War before and after the Renaissance Period, by Henry E. 

Maiden, U 8 M, CXLIII. Nov, 191 
Notes on the Evolutkm of Cavalry, l^ Lieut. -Col. F. N. Maude, U 8 IM, 

CXLII. May, 1x3, June, aax, July, 331, Aug, 439, Sept, 549; CXLIII. 

Oct, X, Nov, 107, Dec, 317 
Mountci Troops; Random Notes from Ancient History, by WilKam W. 

Marshall, U 8 M, CXLII. Aug. 514 



The Military Traditions of ttie City of London, by Kathleen Schlesinger, 

P 1^ M, XXI. July, 393 
Famous Battles, sse under English History, etc. 



Foig.tt:n Heroes of the English Army (i^/.). E I, XXII. Jan, 3^0 
Mihuuy Heroes at Westminster Abbey, by Miss £. T. Bradley («//.), 

P M M, XX. Jau, X3, Feb, 337 
Some Martial Alonu-nents in London, by A. Wallis Myers (i//.}, Lud, 

X. July, 336 
Relics uf Old Wars and Ot'ier Interesting Things, by Helen C. Gordon 

(<//.). E I, XXII. Mar. 554 
The King's Royal Rifle Corps; the British Regiment with the Most 

••Distinctions," by George A. Wade (*</.), P M M, XX. 339 (XXI. 

Mar, 96X.) 
The Military Knights of Windsor, by Miss F. Klickmann (<//.), W M, 

XIII. Dec, 70 
The Yeomen ui the Guard, by G. A. Wade (i/i.), W M, XII. Sept, 4x7 

(XXII. Sept, 390) 
The Irish Guards, by Capt. Fitzalan Manners, N C, XLVII. June, X030 

(XXI. June, S78) 
The First Royal Dragoons, by B. Fletcher Robinson (1^/.}, C F M, XXX. 

Jan, x8a 
The Black Watch, by B. Fletcher Robinson (<//.), C F M, XXX. Feb, 3x0 
llie Connaught Rangers, by B. Fletcher Robinson {iiQ, C F M, XXX. 

Mar, 387 (XXI. Mar, 349) 
The I'enth Hussars, by B. Fletcher Robinson (/7/.), C F M, XXX. Apr, 539 
'Ihc Corps of Royal Engineers, by B. Fletcher Robinson (s//.), C F M, 

XXX. May, 6x1 
The Flags of Our Forces at the Front, by Chrisubfel Osborn (r7/.), 8tr, 

XIX. Mar, 35s 
Famous R^ments in South Africa, by G. Douglas. E I, XXII. Mar, 534 
Stories of the Regimentt, by W. Gordon, T M, IV. Jan, 399 
Britidi Generals, Commanders, etc., noticed, see 
Baden-Powell (Major- Kekewich (Col.), Methuen (Gen), 

Gen. R. S. S.), Kitchener (Lord), Napier (Sir Charles), 

Buller (Sir R. H.), Lockhart (Gen. Sir Roberts (Lord), 

Butler (Sir Wm. F.), William S.;, Stewart (Gen. Sir 

French (Gen. ), Macdonald (Gen. H.), Donald M. ), 

Hamilton (Maj.r> Marlborough (Duke Wellington (Duke of ), 

GexL Ian), of), White, (Sir George), 

etc , etc 
Colonial. Miscellaneous : 
The Military Forces of Our (Colonies, by Lieut.-Gen. J. F. Owen, F R, 

LXVII. Mar, 477 (XXI. Mar, 834) 

istinguished Colonial Soldiers, by C. de Thierry (<?/.), E I, XXIII. 



Distingui 
July, 
Australia 



Julyi 356 
: Th 

Africa 



e Australian Cooiiogent fox the South African War, see under 



The Cape Mounted Rifles, by A. E. Manning Foster(i7/.), Capt, II. Jan, 380 
Canada : 
Frederick William Borden, Minister of Militia, by C. A. Matthews (<//.), 

Can M, XIV. Mar. 448 
The Canadun Factor in Imperial Defence, by Capt. William Wood, 

U 8 M, CXLII. Apr, 74 
The British and Caiudian Army Medical Services, by C. A. Matthews 

(r//.). Can M, XV. Aug, 301 
The Canadian Tommy Atkins, by Percie W. Hart. Lipp, LXV. Mar, 435 
'llie Canadian Contingent for the South African War, see under Africa 
InJia, see under India 
France : 
The French Army, by Paul Bettelheun, N C, XLVII. Apr, 685 (XXI. 

Apr, 355 
The French Army, by David Hannay, Mac, LXXXIL June, X04 
The French Army of Today, by C.E.D.P.B.. U 8 M, CTXLII. July, 349 
French and English Militarism,^ by E. S. Beesly, Pos R, VIII. Aug, X34 
llie llireatened French Invasion of England, see under Subheading 

Administration, etc., above 
Army Manceuvres in Fr^mce, by H. Somers Somerset, N C, XLVIII. 

Nov, 807 (XXIL Nov, 453) 
St. Cyr in the Present, by Madame de Courson, D R, CXXVI. Jan, 91 
Notes on the Evolution 01 Cavalry, by Lieut. -Col. F. N. Maude, U 8 M, 

CXUII. Nov, IC7, Dec, 317 
The Trench Army from X793, by Lieut. -Gen. F. H. Tyrrell, U 8 M, 

CXLI. Jan, 360^ Feb, 476, Mar, 581 ; CXLII. Apr, 36, June, 365 



Armies, British and Foreign— continued. 
Ger.iiuny : 
The Gernun Army; the Most Perfect Military Organisation in tte 

World, by Robert E. Park (;//.), Munsey, XXIV. Dec, 386 
The German Army, by a German (iV/.), Harms, IV. May, 305 
Making a German Soldier, by Ray S. Baker (<//.), McCI, XVI. Nov, u 
llie Intendantur System of the G»erman Army, J R U 8 I, XLIV. 

July, 79a 
The Fourteenth Army Corps and the (jerman Imperial Manceuvres, by 

Major-Gen. A. E. Turner (wra/.), U 8 M, CXLI. Jan, 401 
Seydlitz and the Prussi.in Cavalry, by Lieut. -Col. F. N. Maude, U 8 M, 

CXLIII. Oct, I 
Ambulance Dogs in the (German Army, by F. A. Talbot (/7/.), 8tr, XX. 

Sept. 350 
Italy : The Summer and Autumn Exercises of the Italian Army, 1899, fay 

Capt. vou GrBvenitz {maps), J R U 8 I, XLIV. Apr, 4x5 
Switzerland : 
The Swiss Army ; Its Lessons for England, by G. G. Coalton, Nat R, 

XXXV. July, 831 (XXIL July, 75) 
Swiss Rifle Clubs, by Co'. J. H. Rivett-Carnac, N C, XLVII. June, 9316 

(^XXI. June, 578) 
Russia : 
The Organization of the Rusuan Army, by lieut. W. C Rivera, Cos, 

XXIX. Oct, ^63 
The Revival of Cossack Tactics, by Capt. R. G. Burton, J U 8 I I, 

XXIX. Apr, x86 
A Review in Moscow, by Capt. C. W. G. Rich-rdson, U 8 M, CXLI. 

JsOi 345 
The Modem Russian Officer, by A. Anderson [iU.\ 8tr, |XX. Kor, 

576 
The Sailors of the Russian Imperial Guard during the Invasion of 181a, 

J R U 8 I, XUV. Apr, 438 
China: 
llie Chinese Army, by E. H. Parker, U 8 M, CXLII. Apr, 47, Sept, 63a 
The Forces arrayed against Us in North China, by E. H. Parker, U 8 M, 

CXLII. Aug, 536 
China's Defensive Strength, by Johannes H. Wisby, A, XXIV. SepC, 

944 
Private John Chinaman, by H. Grainger (aV.), Royal, IV. Oct, 463 

Japan : On Ornamental Metal-Work applied to Japanese Weapons, by 

charlotte M. Salwey, A Q, IX. Apr, 373 
United States : 
Elihu Root as Secr;:tary of War, W Work, L Dec, r74 
The Army ; Its Staff and lis Supply Departosents, by Brig.-(«cn. Alfred 

E. Bates, Cons R, III. Mar, x63 
The Army System; Defects and Remedies, by G. B. McClelUn, A, 

XXIII. Mar. 333 
The Future of the National Guard, by Charles S. Qark, N A R, CLXX 

May, 730 (XXI. June, 583) 
Reorganization of the National Guard, by Jacob Ruppert, Jr., A, 

XXIII. Mar, 335 
Native Troops for America's Colonial Possessions, by Major L. Livingston 

Seaman, N A R, CLXXI. Dec, 847 
West Point ; Where American Officers are made, by Lieut l^mot B. 

Ellis (<//.). Munsey, XXIV. Oct, so 
How Military Sharpshooters are made, by Paul B. MaIone(Af/.), Munssy, 

XXIL Jan, 483 
Disappearing Gun Carriages in the United States, by G. H. Powell {31.), 

Enc M, XIX June, 41X 
A Problem in Army I'ransportation, by Capt. A. W. Butt, Cos, XXX 

Nov, 87 (XXIL Nov, 476) 
America's Largest Army Hospital at San Francisco, by Paul PSnckney 

{Ul.\ O M, XXXVI. Nov, 487 
The National Soldiers' Home at Dayton, Ohio, by Emerson O. Stevoas 

{Ul.), N E M, XXIL May, 385 
Famous West Pointers as Draughtsmen, by Fritz Morris {ilL), Fr L, 

XLIX. Mar, sax 
American Generals, etc, noticed, see Lawton (Gen. H. W.), Wood 
(Gen. L.), etc. 
Armitace, Dr. T. R., and His Work for ths Blind, by Miss Isabd 

Brooke- Alder {ilL). Lud, X. May, 59 
Armorial Bearings, ses under Heraldry 
Armour-Plate, see under Navies 
Armour-plated Animals ; In Nature's Workshop, by Grant Allen («//.}, 

8tr, XIX. Biar, 397 
Arms, Ammunition, see Ordnance under Armies 
Arms— Coats of Arms, Collsge of Arms, see Heraldry 
Armstrong, Lord (1810— 1900J, and the Elswick Ordnance Factory, 

by D. T. Timins (i//.), C F M, XXXI. Oa, 464 
Armstrong, Edmund, Irish Poet, 1841— 1865, G. F. Savage-AnnsCcoDg 

on, N I R, XIII. Mar, i, Apr, 85, May, x6o 
Armstrong, Miss Regina, 
On New Leaders in American Illustration (a?/.), Bkman A, X Feb, 54B; 

XL Mar, 49i Apr, 140, May, 344, June, 334 
On RepresenUtive American Women Illustrators (>?/.), Critic, XXXVI. 
May, 4x7, lune, 530; XXXVII. Inly, 43, Aug, x^i 
Armstrong, sir Walter, on the Van Dyck Exhibition at Antwerp (i?/.}, 

Art J, XVI. Ian, 35 
Armstrong, Whitworth, & Co., and the Elswick Ordnance 
Department : A Visit to a Gun Factory, by D. T. Timins («V.], C F M, 
XXXI. Oct, 4^4 
Arne, Dr. Thomas Augustine, (17x0— X778), and "Rule Britannia" 

(ft^/.), Mus T, XLI. Apr, aa8 
Arnold, Benedict, X74o-'i8ox : Stray leaves from a Traitor's Life, by 
Paul Leicester Ford (i//.), Cos, XXVIII. Apr, 693 



Arnold, Sm Edwin. 



Arnold, Sir Edwin, Poemt by,— 

*'Spttnish Love Soog" (TrusUtion from the Spanish), L R, VII. Mar, 596 
** A Love Song " CnansUtion from the Sanacrit), L R, VIII. Aug, 454 
"Ship-Logs" [ia,), W M, Xin. Dec 109 
Arnold, Matthew, i8a»— 1888 : 

** Matthew Arnold " by Prof. Saintsbury, E.J.O. on, 8t Q, III. Jan, 46 : 
Reply to, by J. A. Dale, 8t Q, III. Apr, 1x4 ; and Rejoinder, by E.J.O., 
8t Q, III. July, 158 
Matthew Arnold as a Critic, by J. F. Forbes, Pur, III. May, 374 
Matthew Arnold's " Empedocles on Etna," by H. J. Fotstur, P M Q, 
XXII. Oct, 6x0 
Arnold-Fortter, Frances and H. O., aee Forster (Frances Arnold 

and H. O. Arnold) 
Art (see also Artt and Crafts, Architecture, Archsology, Churches, Monas- 
teries, Museums, etc., etc.) : 
The National Gallery : 
Recent Acquisitions (///.), M Art, XXV. Nov, ^t 
Five New Pictures in the National Gallery, by M. H. Witt, N C, XLVIII. 

Oct. 648 (XXII. Oct. 404) 
The National Gallery in xgco and Its Present Arrangement, by M. H. 

Spielmann (//a»). N C, XLVIII. July, 54 (XXII. July. 76) 
Sir r . Burton and the National Gallery, by W.A., M Art, XXIV. Nov, 

339 
Sir J. E. Millais's Portrait of W. E. Gladstone, by Benjamin Constant, 

(^.), M Art, XXIV. Feb, xsa 
Pictures worth Fortunes, by H.B. [iliX Harms, IV. Juhr, 537 
How to show Children Our NatioDal Gallery, by A. R. Evans, P R, XL 

Apr, ai6 



PERIODICALS OF 1900. 

il 



ART.-^Condnued. 



23 




457 
The National Art Library, S. Kensington : Recent Acquisitions {Hi.), 

M Art, XXIV. Apr, a68. May, 319, Sept, 5x6 
The Art Collections in die British Museum, see under Museums 
The Wallace Collection at Hertford House : 

Constant, J. J. Benjamin, on. N A R, CLXXI. Nov, 704 (XXII. Dec, 577) 
RInder, Frank, on (*tf .)» Art J, XVI. Sept, 957 (XXII. Sept, 303 
Spielmann, M. H., on (i//.), M Art, XXV. Nov, 33, Dec, 59 
Vriarto. Charies, on (iV/.), P M M, XXII. Sept, 4 (XXlI. Sept, 273) 
S. on(fV/.), M Art, XXIV. Aug, 474 
Dulwlch Gallery ; a Minor Gallery, by Miss S. Armitt, P R, XL June, 

354 
Royal Academy : 
Ihe Royal Academy Schools, see Subheading Art Schools below 
The Van Dydc Elxhibition, see under Van Dyck 
The Royal Academy Exhibition, 1900 : 
Sketches and Studies for Pictures of ihe Year (i//.). Artist, XXVIII. 

May, I 
The Royal Academy and Architecture {S/.), 8tu, XX. Juty, 94 
Architecture and Crafts at the Royal Academy (i//.). Arch Rev, VII. 

May, 194 
Architecture at the Academy ; a Candid Criticism, by X.V.Z., Arch 

Rev, VII. June, 393 
Music at the Royal Academy, by H.T.. Mus T, XLI. June, 378 
The Aniiquary among the Pictures, Ant, XXXVI. June, 179 
Girls and Girl-Life in the Royal Academy and New Gallery, by Miss 

AUce Corkran {ii/.\ G R. II. July, 837 
Other Critical Articles on the Kxhibition, by— 
Baldry, A. L., («//.), 8tu, XX. June. 3 (XXI. July, 97) 
Rinder. Frank, [M.l Art J, XVL June. x6z 
Staiham, H. Heathcote, F R, LXVII. June, 1023 (XXI. Jtme, 

577) 
Unsi.>ned Articles. K. XXIII. June, xaS; (1//.), M Art, XXIV. 

June. 337, July, 385 
New Gallery : 
The Exhibi ion of Old Masters, etc., by W. H. J. Weale {M.), M Art, 

XXIV. Apr, 265 
The New Gallery Exhibition, 1900 : 
Sketches and Studies for Pictures of the Year (i//.), Artist, XXVIIL 

May, I 
Girls and Girl-Life in the Royal Academy and New Gallery, by Miss 

Alice Corkran (i//.). Q R, II. July, 837 
Other Articles on the Exhibition, by— 

Baldry. A. L., («//.). 8tu, XX. June. 3 (XXI. July, 97) 
Un«iffned Articles (i^.), Art J, XVI. June, 184; i<V/.), M Art, 
XXIV. July, 291 
Grafton Gallery: The Romney Exhibition, by Lionel Cust {tU.), M Art, 

XXIV. Aug, 440 
Art at the Harris Library and Museum, Preston, by W. B. Barton (aV.), 

M Art, XXV. Dec, 40 (XXII. Dec, 599) 
Scottish Art and Art in Scotland : 
'ilie Glasgow School of Art, by W. R. Wauon (r?/.), 8tu, XIX. May, 

•39 
Recent Acquisitions in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery («f/.), 

M Art, XXV. Nov, 3* 
Recent Acquisitions at the Science and Art Museum, Eldinburgh (rV/.), 

M Art. XXIV. Apr, 270 
The Collection of J. C. Alston at Glasgow, by Robert Walker {ii/.), 

M Art, XXIV. Mar. X93 
Scottish Artists noticed, see 
Gathrie]T. J.), Orr (Monro S.), Retd(SirG.) 

Laing (Frank), Paton (Sir Noel). 

Irelaxid : Celtic Art, see uoder Celtic Art 



Art-^Z8Stinued. 
Religious Art, Art in Chtirches, etc (see also Articles under Churches, 

Monasteries, Brasses. Glass, Carving, Crosses, etc.) : 
Early Italian Art, see Subheading Italy bdow 
The Pre-Raphaelites and llieir Art, see Subheading Pre-Raphaelites 

below 
Celtic Art, see under Celtic Art 
Church Art, by C. (i//.). Artist, XXVII. Apr, 491 
Church Art and the Church Congress, by Rev. H. R. Haweis («f/.), 

M Art, XXIV. Jan. 139 
Catholic Art. by A. Streeter, M, XCVI. July, x^ 
Christian Art ; Its Missii>n and Influence, by Katherine F. M. O'Shea, 

C W, LXXL Sept, 8x5 
The Spiritual Element m Art. by Gabriel F. Powers, C W, LXXII. 

Nov, 89 X 

The Reformation of Ecclesiastical Art in America, C W, LXXL July, 

556 
Modem ReUgious Ait, by £. Browning Triscott (r//.), T M, IV. July, 

815 
Religious Pictures of the Year, by A. T. Story (ill.). Sun Str, II. 

July, 29 

Is there an Authentic Likenesa of Jesus? by Rev. G. A. Johnston Ross 

(rV/.). Pur, III. Feb. xo; (XXL Mar, 956) 
Famous Madonnas in California, by Eva V. Carlin (i//.). O M, XXXVI. 

Dec, 5x7 
Hie Ox and the Ass in lUusiratioos of the Nativity, by Dr. Paul Carus 

(i//.), DC, XIV. Jan, 46 
Christmas in Art, by George Clarke J^/.), Sun Str, II. Dec, 603 
llie Resurrection in Sacred Art. by U. A. Wade (rV/.). Q. Apr. 48X 
Famous Picttuvs of the Ascension, by Arthur Fish (lit/.), Q, June, 673 
St. Katharine in Art, Legend, and Ritual, by J. Lewis Aadn {til.). Ant, 

XXXVI. Aug, 935 
A Chapter on Angels, by E. Browning Triscott (i//.), T M, V. Oct, 95 
Russian Sacred Pictures, by E. W. Lowry (af/.), Sun M, XXIX. Sept, 



Synunetry in Early Christian Relief Sculpture, by C. L. Meader (af/.). 



699 (XXIL Sept, 958) 
Early Chr 

A J ArchsBol, IV. Mar, 196 
Frescoes iu Uttle Kimble Church, Bucks. (1//.), Ant. XXXVI 

979 
Illumination, see Subheading Illumination below 
How Sacred Pictures are uttooed {UL), Sun Str, I. Mar, 353 (XXIL 

Aug, 1 6a) 
Religious Artists noticed, 



Angelico (Fra.), 
Boiticdli (S.), 
Dor£ (G.), 
Emslie (A. E.), 
Eyck (Jan and 
Hubert van), 
Giotto, 



Goodall (F.), 
Hunt (Wm. 
Holman), 
Muokacsy (M.), 
MuriUo (B.). 
Paton (Sir Noel). 
Reid (J. Eadie), 



Richmond(SirW.B.), 
Thorwaldsen (B.), 
Tinworth(G.), 
Tissot (J. J.), 
Titian, 

Traquair (Mrs.), etc., 
etc. 



Illumination : 
Illuminations, LIbr A R, II. Aug, 441 

Celtic Illuminated Manuscripts, J. A. Bruuo on (iV/.), Arch Rev, VII. 
Jan, 4X 
Pre-Raphaelites : 
"The English Pre-Raphaelite Painters" by Percy H. Bate, Unsigned 

Article on (iil.), M Art. XXIV. Jan. X95 
Ruskin and Pre-Raphaelitism, by Kineton Parkes, New C R, VII. Feb, 

133 
Rossetti and tiie Pre-Raphaelites, by E. L. Gary (///.), Critic, XXXVII. 

Oct, 320 
Pre-Raphaelite Painters noticed, see 

Hunt (Wm. Hohnan), Millais (Sir J. E.), Rossetti (D. G.) 

Landscape-Painting : 
The Landscape Exhibition at the Dudley Gallery, X900 {iii.\ IM Art, 

XXIV. Feb, 167 
What the Brush cannot paint, by Claude Phillips («//.), Art J, XVI. 

{an. X 
«tter from a Painter in It»ly, by Frederic Crowninshield iill.). Scrib, 
XXVII. Feb. 253 
Sketching-Grounds noticed, see Dartmoor, Huntingdonshire, London, 

Rye. Whitby, France, Italy, etc., etc. 
Landscape-Pa mtera noticed, see 
Constable (John), Morland(Ge rge), Turner (J. M. W.), 

Maris (J.), Peppercorn (A. D.), etc. 

Monet (Claude), 
Architenural Sketching, Architecture in Art, see un ^er Architecture 
Marine-Painting : 
Some Notes'on Marine Painting, from Vandevelde to the Present Day, 

by E. £. Minton (///.), Man 5. XIX. Jan, 46 
Marine-Painter noticed, see Gribole ( Bernard) 
Portrait-Painting : 
Recent Acquisitions in the National Portrait Gallery [illX M Art, 
XXIV. Jan, X30, Mar, 224, Aug, 456, Sept, 5x5, Oct, 569 (XXII. Oct, 
404) 



Recent Acquisitions in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery {ill,), 

Paj 
Dec, 765 



M Art. XXV. Nov. 
Portrait-Painting and the State, by Frank Fowler (<//.), Scrib. XXVIIL 



£ 



Portrait-Pain tine and Some Early English Painters, by Frank Fowler 

[ill.), Cos, XXIX. Sept, 49s 
Portrait- Painting Old and New, by C. J. Holmea. Dome, VI. Feb, 49 
Concemmg Portraiture, by Raymond BJathwayt {ill.), P M M, XX. Feb, 

917 
Portrait Art, by a Portrait- Pgister, Scrib, XXVII. Jao, X9% 



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INDEX TO THE 



AsT.-^CoQtinued. 




Art.— ContiDued. 



Art— continued. 
Portrait-Paintings— contiDiMd. 
Portraiture and the Photograph ; the Thoughts of Portrait-Punters, by 

Frank Fowler and Howard K. Buder, Scrib, XXVII. Mar, 381 
Portraits and Printt at Eton, by Blanche W. Cornish (i//.), P M M, XXI. 

Aug. 501 
1 he Literary Portraits of G. F. Watts, by Gilbert Chesterton, {ilL), 

Bkman, XIX. Dec, 80 
Portrait by Rembrandt; the Little Unknown, by Christian Brinton li/i.), 

8t N, XXVII. June, 667 
The Most Peautiful Women in Painting, by Frederick Dolman («?/.}, 

8tr, XX. Dec. 730 (XXII. Dec, 59Q) 
Girls and Girl-Life in the Royal Academy and New Gallery, xooo, by 

Miss Alice Corkian (iV/.), Q R, II. July, 837 
Portraits of Famous People noticed, see Articles under Chaucer (G.), 

Elisabeth fQueen), Gladstone (W. £.) 
Painter of Children noticed, see Jouett (M. H.) 
Portrait-Painters noticed, see 

Alexander (J. W.}, Lawrence (Sir Thomas), Romney (G.), 

Chsse(W. M.). " " 



Malempr^ (L-), 
M enpes (M ori imer), 
Millais(SirJ. E.], 
Rembcaudt, 



Sargent (J. S.), 
Van Dyck (Sir A.), 
Velasquez (D. R. daS.}, 
Watu (G. F.), eic. 



Goya (F.). 
Haffilton (J. 

McLure), 
Jouett (M. H.), 
Minuture-Painting : 
American Miniature-Painting, by Pauline King (ii/.), C M, LX. Oct, 8ao 
The Picture Backs of Ok! Watches,byG.A.Wade(i7/.),EI.XXin.May,X34 
Miniattire-Painiers noticed, see 
Char don (Mdme. Hazlitt (John), Mas8ey(MrB.) 

Debillonont), 
Animal-Painting, Animal-Sketching, etc. : 
Animal Pkttires for Schools (af/.). R R* XXII. Sept. 837 
Sketching and PainUng Birds from life, by Fred Miller (rV/.), OOP, 

XXI. July, 649 
Animal-Painters, etc, noticed, see 
Baldwyn (C H. C. ), Chance (Mrs. }. Earl (Miss Maud), 

Bonheur (Rosa), Detmold (M. and E.), Russell (C M.), etc. 

Flower-Painting : 
Painting Wild Flowers in the Fields, by F^red MUler (^/.), OOP, XXI. 

Aug, 71a 
Flower-Painting from Nature; Interview with Mrs. Sophia Miller (^/.). 
OOP. XXII. Dec, 185 
Pastel-Painting : 
Pastel— lu Value and Present Position, by A. I. Baldry (r?/.), M Art, 

XXIV. Apr, 977 
Pastel-Painter noticed, see Champney (J. Wells) 
Tempera-Painting, by U. Allan (tU.), Art «l, XVI. Dec, 318 
Gla^s-Staininff, etc , see under Glass 
Mosaics, see Mosaics 
Etching : 
Queen Victoria as an Etcher, by Christiaii Brinton (al/.). Critic, XXXVI. 

June, 501 : XXXVII. July, 34 
Etchings in the Art Magazines, see Subheading Etchings below 
Etchers noticed, see 
Bauer (M.), Laing (F.), Mar^chal (F.) 

Lithography : 
Lithographs in the Art Magasines, see Subheading below 
Lithographers noticed, see 
Fantin-Latour ( H . ), Redon (Odilon) 

Easraver noticed^ see Stradanus (J.) 
Coloured Engraving, Coloured Pictures. Colour-Printing : 
Some Prints in Coloun, J. H. Slater 00 (///.), Art J, XVI. Nov, 337 
Cbromo- Xylography, Esther Wood on (iW.), 8tu, XXI. Nov, 95 
Coloured Picture* in American Periodicals, by James B. Canington, 

Critic, XXXVII. Sept, aaa 
Coloured Plates in the Art Magazines, see Subheading below 
Photography, see Photography 
Book-Illustrating : 
Practical and Historical Printing ; Selea List of Books, by H. G. T. 

Cannons, Libr W. II. Apr, 273 
The Art of Illumination, see Subheading Illumination above 
llie Practice of I ettering, by E. F. Strange {t//.\ Art J, XVI. Oct, 3x3 
Some Illnstrators' Errors, by T.A.C. (1//.), Art J, XVI. Feb, 54 
How Otir Pictures are made (<//.), Harms, IV. Mar, 139 
Some Lad/t Realm Artists and Their Work [Ul. ). L R. VIII. July, 304 
The New Leaders in American Illustration, by Miss Regina Armstrong 
{Ul.\ Bkman A, X. Feb, 548; XI. Mar, 49, Apr, 140, May, 344, 
June, 334 
Representative American Women Illustrators, by Mi$(8 Regina Armstrong 
(i//.). Critic, XXXVI. May, 417, June, sao; XXXVII. July, 43, 
Aug, 131 
Art in the American Holiday Books, by E. Knauflft {UL\ R R A, XXII. 

Dec, 749 
Giangeri<ing: a Fashionable Hobby, by A. Goodrich (^/.), E I, XXIII. 

June, 343 
Illustrators of Books noticed, see 
Beardaley (Aubrey), Hammond (Miss C), Orr (Monro S.), 

Du Maurier (G. B.}, Levetus ( Miss C. ), Pennell f Jos.). 

Eckhardi (O. ). Nelson (H . £. H.), Redon (Odilon), etc. 

The Illustration of Periodicals, see under Periodicals 
Illustrated Journalism, see under Journalism 
Caricature, Graphic Humour, etc. : 
TheEvolution ofComicAit.by GustavKobb^ (/V/.),Chaut,XXXL Apr. 35 
The Humrrous Leaders of American Illtistration, by Miss Rqgina Arm- 
strong \m.)% Bkman A, XI. June, 334 



Art— continued. 
Caricattue, Gniphic Humour, etc.— continued. 
Caricaturists Caricatured, by Rupert Hughes (a?/.). Critic, XXX VU 

Sept, 359. Oct, 350 
llie War on Pictorial Postcards, by C. Holland («//.), Royal, IV. SefiC. 

Punch and Caricature in Journalism, see under Journalism 
Caricaturist R, Graphic Humorists, noticed, see 
Attwood ( F. 0. ), Morin ( Louis), Sime ( S. H. ), 

Dy Maurier (G.), Rarey (A. G.), Young (Arthur), 

Heine (T.T.), '^Rip," etc 

Military and Naval Art : 
The Naval Exhibition at the Hague, by Pjrof. J. K. Laughtoo [jSU,\ 

M R. I. Nov, 67 
A Group of Battle-Painters and War-Artists, by R. Macfaray (af/O. W M, 

XII. Aug, 36 1 
llie Work of War Artists In S. Africa, by A. C R. Carter («//.]• Art J 

Christmas Annual (XXII. Nov, 505) 
BritUh War Correspondentt at the Front, by John Bell (^.), T M, IV. 

Jan, 309 
Rossi Ashton and His Instantaneous War Pictures, by F. Foulshaia (iS'.); 

Royal, III. A( r, 49* 
War-Pictures in Punchy 1841—2899, by J. Holt Schooling (s//.), 8tr, 

XIX. Mar, 33? 
Military Photography, see under Photography 
Artist War-CorrespondenU noticed, see 

Berkeley (Stanley), ViUiers (F.) 

Other Military Painters noticed, see 
Builer (Lady). D4taiUe(E.) 

Posters iind the Art of the Hoarding, see unoer Advertising 
Signboards, see under Signs 

lUustratine of Post Cards, see under Postal Service 
Christmas Cards, see under Christmas 

1 he Painting of Panoramas, by W. Tdbin («//.), M Art, XXIV. Oct, 55s 
Art on the Stage, see under Theatres and the Drama 
HemlHry, see Heraldry 
Book-Decoration, see Bookbinding, etc. 
Municipal Art, see under Municipal Government 
Design, see under Arts and Crafts 
House Decoration, see under Arts and Crafts, etc. 
Wallpapers, see Wallpapers 
Dutch TUes, see under Pottery 
Painting on Pottery, see under Pottery 
Carving, see Carving 

Mural Painting, Decorative Art (see also Articles imder Arts and Crafts] : 
Art before Giotto, by Roger E. Fry [UL), M R, I. Dec, 139 
Giotto and the Church of S. Francesco at Aasi^, by Roger E. Fry {JSi.\ 

M R, I. Dec, 139 
Frescoes in Little Kimble Church, Bucks [Ul\ Ant, XXXVI. Sept. 

370 
Mural Decorations at the Paris Exposition, by CB. (aV.), Critic, 

XXXVI. June. 513 
Mural Painters, etc., noticed, see 
Chavannes (Puvis de), Rae (Henrietta), Traquair (Mrs.) 

Sctilpture : 
The Art of 1900, by A. L. Baldry (aT/.), 8tu. XX. June, 3 (XXI. July. 

97) 
The Medals of Honour for Sculpture at the Paris Exhibition, by H. 

Frantx {UIX M Art, XXIV. Sept, 510 
British Sculptors at the Paris Exhibition, by B. Kenvell (a?/.). Artist. 

XXVIII. July, 150 
The American School of Sculpture, by William O. Partridge, F, XXIX. 

June, 403 
A Triumph of American Sculptors, by Katharine de Forest (<//.), W Work, 

I. Dec. z8i 
The Soci6t^ Nouvelle de Peintres et de Scolpteurs (^/.), 8tu, XIX. 

Mar,93 
The True Relation of Sculpture to Architecture, by Wm. Ordvay 

Partridge, F, XXIX. Mar, 44 
On Colouring Statuary and Architecture, by John La Farge, Scrib, 

XXVIL Tune, 765 
A New Scneme of Arrangement for Sculpture Galleries, by BoIfceleT 

Creswell [Ul.\ Arch Rev, VIII. Nov, aoo 
Sculpture, etc. , in Churches, see under Churches 
Ancient Greek Sculpture, see under Greece (Ancient) 
Some Martial Monuments in London, by A. WalUs Myers (/?/.}, Lud, 

X. July, 336 
The Dwarfs of the Prince-Bishops at Sabburg, by H. Viviam (ii/.;. 

Royal, V. Dec, 130 
Sculotors noticed, see 

Allen (C. G.), French (D. C), Rodin (A.), 

Anderson (H. C), Lambeaux (T.), Rope (Mi» £. M.\ 

Dresftler (C), Lani6ri (E.). Thorwaldsca (B.! 

Drury (A.), Partridge (W. O.). Wade (G. E.), 

Falguiire (A.), Potter (Mis<; Bessie), WatU (G. F.}. eec 

Ford (Onslow), Richardson (C. D.), 

Women Artists : 
A I etter to Artists, especially Women Artists, by Anna Lea Merritt. Lipp, 

LXV. Mar, 463 



Women in English Art, by L. M. Breakell [UIX Universal. I. June, 356 
Representative American Women Illustrators, by Miss Regina Armsmag 

(t//.). Critic, XXXVI. May, 4x7, June, 590: XXXVII. Juiy, 4> 

Aug, ?3x 
The Paris Club of International Women Attists, by C. G. Hartley ISV , 

Art J, XVI. Seit, 383 



AKT.*-ComiDiied. 



PERIODICALS OF 1900. 



AxT.— Continued . 



as 



A rt— continued. 

Women Artists— continued. 
WonwB Students at Professor Herkomer's Art Sdiool, Bushey, by Vera 

(i//.), Q R, II. Mar, 470 
Miss Ganq's School of Art a Bloomsbury, by Grace Cooke {iii.), Y W, 

VIII. June. 334 
In Many Fields ; Work done by Girls, 1899, ^7 ^^n** Stepney Rawson 

(Hi.), Q R, II. Apr. 553 . ^ 
A Gallery of Fair Artists (i//.), Y W. IX. Nov. 51 
Women as Bookbioders, see under Bookbinding 
Women Artists noticed, see 
Bonheur(Kosa}, Earl (Miss Maud), Rae (HenrietU), 

Butler (Lady), Klumpke (Miss A.), Rope (Miss E. H.\ 

Cameron (Miss Levetus ( Miss C. }, Slott-MOUer (Mdme. 

Beatrke), Massey (Mrs.), A.). 

Cameron (Miss K.}, Morgan (Mrs. Evelyn Stokes (Mrs. Adrian), 
Chardon (Mdme. de} , Traqnair (Mrs. ), etc 

Debilkmont). Potter (Miss Bessie), 

Art Schools and the Teaching of Art (see also Articles under Arts and 
Crafts): 
The National Competition, 2900 : 
Wood, Esther, on (fV/.), 8tu, XX. Sept, 240 

Unsigned Articles on (»//.), Artist, XXl^ Oct, 74; M Art, XXV. 
Nov, 37 
The Royal Academy Sdiools Competition, 1899 (i//.), M Art, XXIV. 

Feb, 183 
The Prix de Rome in 1899, by H. Frantz (aT/.), M Art, XXIV. Feb, 

Art Education for Men, by Chsrles N. Flagv, A M, LXXXVI. Sept. 303 



Art Students and Some Art Schools, by Florence S. Davson, Q O P, 

XXI. July, 646 
Student Lfe at Bushey, by Vera (1//.), Q R, II. Mar, 470 



XXI. July, 646 

; Busney, 
Miss Gann's School of Art al Bloomsbury, by Grace Cooke (af/.}, Y W, 



Ruskin (John), 
Sainte-Beuve (C. A.), etc 



VIII. June, 334 
The Birmingham School of Art, by Miss C. Levetus {Hi,), Artist, 

XXVII. Apr, 430 
Psris Ateliers, by Edith Waldemar Leverton (stf.), L R, VIII. Sept. 580 

(XXII. Sept, 370) 
The Art StudenU League of New York, by Mary Twombly (f?/.), 

Bkman A, XII. Nov, 348 
Art Education in India, by E. B. Havell. C*l R, CXI. Oct, 307 
Art in the School, by J. J. Findlav, Ed R L, II. July, 40Z 
Drawing v. Bnish-Work, by Sophia Beale. J Ed, XXII. May, 393 
Drawing Syllabus for Industrial Schools, 8 B Q. IV. July, 4a 
Drawing Grants to Training Colleges, 8 B Q, IV. Oct, s88 
CdCicism: 
llie Development of Criticism, by H. T. Johnstone, W R, CLIIL Jaa, 

73 
Art Critics noticed, see 

Fromentui(El.), 

La Sizeranne (R. de). 
If inoellaneous : 
Painting Oils, by James Leicester, Arch Rev, VIII. Oct, 191 
Media, by James Leicester, Arch Rev, VII. Jan, 15 
llie Abuse of the Plaster Cast, by Katherine Hoffinan (1//.), Munsey, 

XXII. Jan, 616 
Life as an Artist's Model, by Qive Holland {til.). Universal, L Mar, 133 
Henry Merritt, Art Conserver, by M. Q. Holyoake, M Art, XXIV. 

May, 3x0 
like Picture Sales of the Season, by W. Roberts {iH,), M Art, XXV. 

Nov, 19 
Art and Art Patronage of the Last Century, by W. Noel Johnson, 

Man Q, XIX. Apr, 163 
Art as a Means of Expression, by W. J. Stillman, Inter M, I. Feb, 133 
Smoke and Art. by Sir Wilham Blake Richmond; Interview, by 

A. BUck. H, XVII. Aug, 77 
The Art of the Age (a?/.), P M, IX. Jan, 3, Feb, 133. Mar, 935, Apr, 347, 

May, 459, June, 571 ; X- July, 3» Aug, 183, Sept. 935, Oct, 347, 

Nov, 4W, Dec, 57 « 



>rt of the PeoplcL by William Morris, Humane R, 1. July, 99 
ftfomv 0/ RttfinuM Portfolios (aT/.), R R, XXI. May, 434, June, 
; XXII. July, 43, Aug, 194, Sept, 337, Oct, 34X1 Nov, 440, Dec, 



The Art 
The Rttritw 

535 

609 

The World's Greatest Pictures, by F. Dolman (stf.), 8tr, XX. Aug, 193 
(XX. Aug; 163) 



33 



^AA. Aug; 103; 
Pictures worth Fortunes, by H.B. (»//.), Harms, IV. July, 537 
Masterpieces of the French Revolution {ili. ), Chaut, XXXlI. Oct, 
The Renaissance of the Old Masters, by Arthur Hoeber («//.), Bkman A, 

XI. May, 339 
Subject in English Pamtbg. by R. de Ia Sizeranne, Artist, XXIX. 

Sept, 30, Oct, 91 
literary Pictures of the Year, by G. K. Chesterton and J. E. Hodder 

Williams {iU,), Bkman, XVIII. June, 79, July, zza, Aug, 141 ; Same 

Article, Bkman A, XL July, 437, Aug, 53d 
Painters and Music, by Laurence Binyon [<//.), Chord, T. Mar, fi 
Some Pictures of Home Life by English Artists, A. Fish on (ftf/.), Q, 

Dec, I30 
Harvest in Art ; Nature's Golden Treasury, by A. Fbh {Ui.)y Q, Oct, 

1057 
'Well-Known Artisu' Dreams of Beauty {ill), Harms, IV. May, 991 
The Artist ; a Vignette, by J. Mortimer [ill.), Man Q, XIX. Oct. 336 
Medsls awarded to Artists as illustrated by Sir L. A. Tadema's 



oy ; 
CoIlectk>D, by W. Roberts (iil.), M Art, XXIV. June, 34a 

nmily a " ' "' 
Royal, IV. July, 340 (XXIL July, 64) 



The Queen and Her Family as Artists, by Margaret Collinson («//.), 



a: 



Art— continued. 
M iscel laneou s— continued. 
Actors Who are Artisu, by J. E. CoUett (i//.), C F M, XXX. Jan, 997 
Two Notes for Art Libraries, by W. H. fames Weale, Libr, I. Srot, 365 
How to show Children Our National Gallery, by A. R. Evans, P R, Al. 

Apr, 3i6 
Pictiu-e Work in Children's Libraries : 

Hunt, Qaxa W., on, Llbr J, XXV. Aug, 66 

Moore, Annie Carroll, on, Libr J, XXV. Apr, 159 

Moore, Ewa L,, on, Llbr J, XXV. Aug, 6t 
Photographs and Photoprints in Libraries, oy C. A. Cutter, Llbr J, 

XXV. Oct, 6x9 
Practical Art among Qub-Women, by Adelaide S. Hall. Chaut, XXXI, 

Sept, 631 
The Art for Schools Association, by L. A. CorbeiUe (a(/.), Dome, VI. 

Feb, 61 
Art Collectors noticed, see 
Alston ( J. C. ), Rothschild ( F. ), Vaughan (H. ), 

Peel (Sir Robert), Tadema (Sir L. A.), Walters (W. T.) 

French Art and Art in France (see also Articles imder Arts and Crafts, 

Pottery, Bookbinding) : 
The Pans Salon, igoo : 

N.F. 00 (fV/.). M Art. XXIV. July, 491 

Unsigned Article on {ill.). Artist XXVIIL Aug, 176 
The Mus6e du Luxembourg, bv L. Bto«dite(i//.). M Art, XXIV. Aug, 433 
Painters of the Barbizon School, by Elizabeth M. Elgin {Hi.), Chaut, 

XXX. Feb, 475 
The Soci^t^ Nouvelle de Peintres et de Scnlptems (»//.), 8tu, XIX. 

Mar, 93 
French Art at the Court of Berlin, by C. Brinton {Hi.), Critlo. XXXVII. 

Dec, S3« 
The Prix de Rome in 1890, by H. Frantz {ill.). M Art, XXIV. Feb, 183 
Masterpieces of the Ftanch Revolution {ill.), Chaut, XXXII. Oct, 9a 
The Paris Qub of International Women Artists, by C. G. Hartley (iV/.), 

Art J, XVI. Sept, 983 
ArtisUc Paris, by Richard Whiteing {HI.), C M, LX. July, 400 
Art Ufe in Paris, by Fanny RoweU {ill.), Chaut, XXX. Jan. 405 
Paris Ateliers, by Edith Waldemar Leverton {ill.), L R, VIII. Sept, 580 

(XXIL Sept, 379) 
American Artists in Paris, by Vance Thompson {Ul.), Cos, XXIX. May, 17 
Life as an ArtUt's Model, by CUve HolUnd {iU.), Universal, I. Mar, 133 
The Paris Exposition : 

Pictura at the Paris Exhibition, E R, CXCII. July, 189 (XXIL 
Aug, 158) 

The French Pictures (1890—1900), by Armand Dayot (1//.), Art J P E, 

The" Gr^ds Prix for Pttintuig. by H. FnmU {iU.), M Art, XXV. 

Nov, X. Dec, 75 
British Pkrtures, by E. G. Halton {Ul.). Art J P E, July, 65 
The British Pictures at the Paris Exhibition, by £. G. Halton {HI,), 

Art J P E, July, 65 
The Paintings in the British Pavilion, by D. C Thomson {HI. ), Art J P E, 

Nov. 193 
Paintings in the British PaviUon, by CUude Phillips {HI.), Art J P E, 

Dec, 3S5 
British Art at the Paris Exhibition, by B. Kendell {HI.), Artist, 

XXVIIL July, 150 
BritUh Painters and Sculptors, by B. KendeU {ill.). Artist, XXVIIL 

July, 150 
The Medals of Honour for Sculpture, by H. Frantz {HI.), M Art, 

XXIV. Sept, 5to 
A Triumph of American Sculptors, by Katharine de Forest {HI.), 

W Work, I. Dec, x8x 
French Arts and Industries at the Paris Exhibition, see under Arts and 

Crafts, etc. 
The Art and Other Buildings of the Paris Exhibition, see under Paris 
Exposition 
FVench Artiste noticed, see 
Bonheur (Rosa), Dori (G.J, Monet (Claude), 

Caan(M.), Dubois (H.}, Moreau(G.), 

Chardon (Mdme Falguitee(A,), Mono (Louu), 

DebUlemont), Fantin-Latour (H.), Redon (O.). 

Chavannes (Puvis Fromentin (E.), Renouaid (P.), 

de), Guimard(H.), Rodin (A.), 

Oros (H.), Hugo (Victor), Tissot ( T. J. ), 

Degas, Lanttfn (E.), Veber (Jean), eta 

D^taille (E.), Martin (H.), 

German Art and Art in Germany (see also Articles under Arts and Crafts, 
Pottery) : 
German Art of Today, by F. Avemuius, F, XXVIIL Jan, 518 
French Art at the Court of Berlin, by C. Brinton {HI.), Critic, XXXVII. 

Dec, 53X 
German Artists noticed, see 
Heine (T. 1'.), Ltebennann (M.), etc. 

Itali:in Art and Art in Italy (see also Articles under Bronze, Pottery, 
Tapestry) : 
Art before Giotto, by Roger E. Fry (///.), M R, I. Oct, X36 
Old Florence; lu Art, Poetry, and Politics, by H. M. Bently, N I R, 

XIV. Dec, X93 
The Early Venetians newly considered, by H. Frantz {ill.), M Art, 

XXIV. June, 358 
The Art and the Country ; Tuscan Notes, by Vernon Lee, C R, 

LXXVII. Apr, 54X 
The American Academy at Rome, by John La Farge, 8crlb, XXVIIL 
Aug, 353 



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INDEX TO THE 



Akt.— Continued. 



AsT.'^-Continued. 



Passaglia (Prof. A), 
Titian, etc. 



Art— continued. 
Italian Art and Art in Italy— continued. 
Art in Italian Churches, see under Churches 
ItUian Artists noticed, see 
Angdico (Fra), Donatello, 

Botticelli (S.), Ghiberti, 

Cassioli (G.), Giotto, 

Austria |see also Articles under Arts and Crafts) : 
The Dwarfs of the Prince-Bishops at Salzburg, by H. Vivian (<//.}, 

Royal, V. Dec, 130 
Anatruin and Hungarian Artists noticed, see 
Gurschner (G.), Hirschl (A. Uir^my), Munkacsy (M.) 

Bohemian Artist noticed, see Orltk (E.) 
Spain (see also Articles under Arts and Crafts) : 
Spanish Artists noticed, see 
Goya(FO» Murillo(B.). Velasquez (D. R. da S.), 

Madrazo (R. de). Riquer (A. de), Zarzillo 

Dutch Art and Art in Holland (see also Articles under Pottery) : 
The Naval Exhibition at the Hague, by Prof. J. K. Laughton (af/.), 

M R. I. Nov, 67 
Riiaoord: a Holland Art ViUage, by Eliza L. Good (af/.), C W, LXX. 

Jan, 5x4 
The ChUdren of Volendam, by PhU May (aT/.), M Art, XXV. Sept, 499 
Dutch Artists noticed, see 
Bauer (M.), Maris (J.), Rembrandt 

Belgian and Flemish Art : 
The Salon of the Libre Estii^tique im.\ M Art, XXIV. July. 4x6 
Belgian and Flemish Artists noticed, see 
Doudelet (K.), Mar^chal(J. F.), Waesberghe (A. 

Eyck (Jan and MeUys (Q.), van), 

Hubert van), Rubens (P. P.), Warners (E.), 

Lambeaux (Jdf), Stradanus (J.), Wispelaere (P. de) 

Malempr^ (lL), Van Dyck (Sir A.}, 

Danish Art : 
Skagen ; a Danish Newlyn, by A. £. Fletcher (i?/.), W M, XII. July, 

12^ (XXII. July. 40) 
Danuh Artists noticed, see 
Slott-HOller (Mdme. A. ), Thorwaldaen (B. ) 

Russian Art and Art in Russia : 
The Picture Gallery of the Hermitage, by Qaude Phillips, N A R, 

CLXX. Jan. X34: CLXXI. Oct, 600 
Russian Sacred Pictures, by £. W. LowrTy [ill.). Sun M, XXIX. Sept, 

623 (XXII. Sept, 358) 
Russian Artist noticed, see Aivazowski (I. C.) 
Polish Artist noticed, see Matejko (Jan) 

United States Art and Art in the United States (see also Articles under Arts 
and Crafts, Furniture, Lace) : 
A National Art Exhibition, by W. O. Partridge, R R A, XXII. Aug, 

198 (XXII. Aug. X74) 
Organuaiion among Artists, by Charles de Kay, Inter M, I, Jan, 83 
The Connecticut League of Ajt Students ; Art Education for Men, by 

Charles N. Flag);, A M. LXXXVI. Sept, 393 
The Art Studenu' Leagtie of New York, by Mary Twombly {ill.), 

Bkman A, XII. Nov, 348 
American Artisu iu Paris, by Vance Thompson (i?/.), Cot, XXIX. 

May, 17 
The American Academy at Rome, by John La Farge, Scrib, XXVIII. 

Aug, 353 
The Reformation of Ecclesiastical Art, C W, LXXI. July, 556 
Famous Madonnas in California, by Eva V. Carlin (///.), O M, XXXVI. 

Dec, 5x7 
American Miniature-Painting, by Pauline Kingjff//.), C M, LX. Oct, Sao 
The American School of Sculpture, by Wm. O. Partridge, F, XXIX. 

June, 493 
A Triumph of American Sculptors at the Paris Exhibition, by Katharine 

de Forest [HI.), W Work, I. Dec. x8i 
A New Sdiieme of Arrangement for Sculpture Galleries, by Bulkeley 

Creswell [ill.V Arch Rev, VIII. Nov, aoo 
The New Leaaers of American Illustration, by Miss Regina Armstrong 
{ill.), Bkman A, X. Feb, 548; XI. Mar, 49, Apr, X40, May, 244, 
June, 334 
Coloured Pictures in American Periodicals, by James B. Carringtcn, 

Critic, XXXVI. Sept, aas 
Representative American Women Illustrators, by Miss Regina Armstrong 
(•r/.). Critic, XXXVI. May, 417. June, Sao; XXXVll. July, 43. 
Aug, X3X 
Art in the HoUday Books, by E. Knaufft [ill.), R R A, XXII. Dec, 

749 
Historical Campaign Caricatures [ill.), W Work, I. Dec, 73 

Famous West-Pointers as Draughtsmen, by .Fritz Moms [ill.), Fr L, 

XLIX. Mar, 531 

Municipal Art, see under Municipal Government 

American Artists noticed, see 

Abbey (E. A.), French (D. C), Partridge (W. O.), 

Alexander (J. W.), Gibson (C. D.), Sargent (J. S.). 

Andersen (H. C), Hamilton (J. Schreyvogel (C.), etc 

Attwood (F. G.), McLure), 

Bunce (W. G.), Touett (M. H.), 

Champney(J. Klumpke (Miss 

Wells), Anna), 

Chase (W. M.), Melchers (Gari), 

Canada: Literature and Art in Canada, by Sir John Bourinot, A A, III. 

Feb, 99 

Australian Artist noticed, see Richardson (C. D.) 

India : Art Education in India, by \L. B. Havell, Cal R, CXI. Oct, 307 



A rt— continued. 
Japan: 
A Study in Japanese Perspective, by W. B. Van Ingen (al/.), Scriby 

XXVIII. Sept, 38X 
Japanese Decorative Art, see under Arts and Crafts 
Cluna : Some Chinese Masterpieces, by C. J. Holmes {ill.\ M R, I. Nov, 

137 (XXII. Nov, 480) 
Other Oriental Art, see Articles under Orient 

Ancient Art, Archaeology (see also Articles under Archaeology, Egyptology, 
etc., etc.) : 
Aboriginal American Writing, by T. Gann [ill.). Ant, XXXVI. Apr, 
X06, June, 160 
Photo^avures and Rembrandt-Photogravures in the Magazines : 
** Disappearing London" after F. L. Emanuel, Arch Rev, VII« Jan, 

Mar, Apr, June 
" The Piano " alter J. McN. Whbtier, Art J, XVI. July, 193, xoB 

(XXII. July, 97) 
*' Colonel Plumer's Attempt to relieve Mafeking '* after F. Dadd, Art J 

Christmas Annual 
*'The Grenadier Guards at Biddulphsberg " ailer R. Caton WoodvilK 

Art J Christnnas Annual 
"Cavalry crossing a Drift" after J. Charhon, Art J Christmas 

Annual 
*'Holy Communion on the Veldt" after F. Craig, Art J ChHatmat 

Annual 
" Old Paris," Art J P E, May, x 
"Laying the Foundation Stone of the Pont Alexandre III." afker A. P. 

Roll, Art J PE, June, 33 
" llie Qoister or the World f '^ after A. Hacker, Art J P E, July, 65 
** llie Rue des Nations, Paris Exhibition," Art J P E. Aug, 97 
** In tiie Colonies. Paris Exhibition." Art J P E. Sept, X39 
" The Little White Girl" after J. McN. Whisder, Art J P E, Oct, i6x, 

x66 
" The Marchioness of Lothian " after Sir Joshua Reynolds, Art J P E, 
Nov, 193 




" Worsted " after Charles M. Padday, C F M, XXXlf. Dec 

"Our Play Roum" after Henriette Ronner, C F M. XXXII. Dec 

*' Hcsiod and the Muses" after G. Moreaii, M Art, XXIV. Jan. 103 
. _. _ _ ^^^_ 



*' The Supper at Emmaus" after G. Melchers, M Art, XXIV. Feb, X44 

" Eve " after Sir Thomas Brock, M Art, XXIV. Mar. 193 

** Chatterton" after Henry Wallis, M Art, XXIV. Mav, 388 

'* The Shrine of Eros" after St. George Hare, M Art, XXIV. June. 336 

" The Ploughboy " after H. H. U Thangue, M Art, XXIV. July. 3S4 

" llie Ages of the Labourer " after L. Fr^d^c, M Art, XXIV. Aug, 43s 

" The Passing of Autumn" after G. P. Jacomb-Hood, M Art, XXIV. 

Sept, 480, 514 
"Trees Old and Young, sprouting a Shady Boon for Simple Sheep ** 

after Edw. Stoit, M Art, XXIV. Oct, 538 
" Miss Caroline Peirse " afrer G. Romney, M Art, XXV. Nov, x 

(XXII. Nov, 505) 
" An Idyll of Spring " after Alfred East, M Art. XXV. Dec. 48 
"Yellow Marguerites " after Albert Moore, P M M, XX. Feb. 
" Kitty Fisher " after Sir Joshua Reynolds. P M M, XX. Mar 
" Thomas Carlyle " after J. McNeill Whistier. P M M, XXI. July 
"Cupid's HoUday" after W. Bouguereau, P M M, XXI. Sepc 
" The Christmas Dole " after Joseph Clarke, Q, Dec 
" Home at Last " after G. G. Kilbume, Q, Dec 
Etchings in the Art Magarines : 

" Pamela's Birthday " after G. W. Joy, Art J. XVI. Jan. x 

*'0n the Thames near Cookham" by David Law, Art J, XVI. Feb. 



iilla?)y" 



" A Lullaby" after R. W. Macbeth, Art J, XVI. Oct, 389. 391 
"Landing in England" after F. Buhot, Artist, XXVI I. Jan 



"Ilie Dogana, Venice "after L. Phillips, Artist, XXVI 1. Jan 
"Gruesome Place " after R. Jettmar, Artist, XXIX. Sept 
" From the Steps of the Mound, Edinburgh" after Frank Laing, M Art, 
XXIV. June, ^51 
Lithograph: " Paris Exhibition " after J. Pennell, 8tu, XXL Dec 
Coloured Plates in the Art Magazines : 
"llie Choir of St. Paul's" after Miss Edidi James, Art J, XVL Apr. 
99 

" Christ's Triumphant Entry into Jerusalem," " The Passbg of Venns." 
" The Heart of the Lotus," and " Clavichord and Case," after S« 
E. Bume-Jones, Art J Easter Annual 
" Sketch," after C. W. Bartiett, Artist, XXVIII. May 
" Dante and Beatrice" after Henri Martin, Artist, XXIX. Nov 
" Studies" after E. A. Abbey, Artist, XXIX. Dec 
" Mackerel" after Edw. Detmold, M Art, XXIV. Jan, ^ 
" Near Bellinzona " after John Ruskin, M Art, XXIV. Apr. 340 
" Beech-Tree : Autumn " after J. MacWhirter, M Art, XXIV. July, 419 
"Tbe Birtii of Venus" after A. J. Black. M Art, XXIV. Sept, sxq 
"The Chateau d'Arc" after J. M. W. Turner, M Art, XXV. Nov, « 
"The Daisy Chain " after F. E. Jackson, 8tu, XVIII. Jan 
" Sortie de Th6iitre" after G. Bottini, 8tu, XVIII. Jan 
" Bedroom Decoration " after M. H. Baillie Scott, 8tu, XIX. Feb 
" Fondaco de' Turchi, Venice" and " Kheinfelden Bridge" after John 

Ruskin, 8tu, XIX. Mar 
" Honesty" after Mrs Adrian Stokes, 8tu, XIX. Apr 
" Siudy '^ after A. de Riquer, 8tu, XIX. Apr 
" Snow in Early Spring" after F. N. Shepard. 8tu, XIX. Apr 
" Luna" and " Flora" after Mrs. Evelyn de Morgan. 8tu, XIX. Iffay 
" A Volendam Worthy" after N. Jungmann, 8tu, XIX. May 



AxT.^-Continned. 



PERIODICALS OP t906. 



Akts and Crafts. 



i? 



Art^-continued. 

Coloured Plates in the Art Magazines — cootinued. 
" The Birth of Aphrodite*' after A. Fiaher, 8tu, XX. June 
" The Divan "after J. W. Alexander, 8tu. XX. July 
" Decoration for a Dining-Room " after M. H. baillie Scott, 8tu, XX. 

July 

•*The Seamstress " after E. Orlik, 8tu, XX. Aug 

"Yorkshire Fisherfolk" after Kthel K. Bursess, 8tu, XX. Aug 

** Gallic Women at the Time of the Roman Kivasion " after Mrs. F. Lees, 

8tu. XX. Sept 
'* Die Falsche " aAer R. Peacock. 8tu, XXI. Oct 
" Design for Yachting Cup" aAer A. Fisher, 8tu, XXI. Oct 
"Design for Garden" after Inieo Jones, 8tu, XXI. Oct 
'* Paris Exhibition" after H. Rivi&e. 8tu, XXI. Nov 
"Tiger" after |. D. Batten, 8tu, XXI. Nov 
"The Windmill " after E. Wilson. 8tu, XXI. Nov 
"Child and Muflf" after C. M. Park, 8tu. XXI. Dec 
" Mosaic " after R. Anning BeU, 8tu, XXI. Dec 
Other Full- Page Supplements in the Magazines : 
' " Perseus and Andromeda " afier Sir £. Burne-Jones, H. Rathbooe o n 

(i//.). Arch Rev, VIII. Juiy, 23 
" The BeU lower, Evesham"*' by E. H. New, Arch Rev, VIII. Oct 
** Famham Castle " by £. H. New, Arch Rev, VIII. Nov 
"The Garden of the Hesperides " after Sir E. Burne-Jones, Art J, 

XVI. Mar, 65, 94 
** L'Admiratioii " after W. Bouguereau, Art J, XVI. Apr, ti6 
" llie Return of the Regiment " after £. Blair Leighton, Art J, XVI. 

May, ISO 
'* The Drinklttg-Place " after Stanhope A. Forbes, Art J, XVI. June, 

i6t 
•• The City of Durham" after N. M. Lund, Art J, XVI. June, 176 
" Marsh Lands " after Cecil Lawson, Art J, XVI. Aug, 325, 333 
'* Lady Clarses " after T. Gainsborough. Art J. XVI. Sept, 2^7, 361 
" In Time of Peace" after R. GemmeU Hutchinson, Art J, Xivi. Nov, 

331 

"The Peat hi Rome" after A. Hir^my Hirschl Art J, XVI. Dec, 353 

" A Study " after J. Rolshoven, Artist, XXVII. Feb 

-* The Bouquet »• after A. Stevens, Artlet, XXVII. Mar 

"A Pilgrim from Kevelard " after Mrs. Adrian Stokes, Artist, XXVII. 

Apr 
•'Work in the Carrot-Field" and **01d Men's Home in Amsterdam" 

after Max Liebermann, Artist. XXVIII. June 
" Lady Cockbum and ChUdren " after Sir J. Reynolds, Artist, XXVIII. 

Aug 
•«FUher Girls" after Miss E. K. Burgess. Artist, XXIX Oct 
«*The Harp-Player" after Agnes Slott-MOUer, M Art, XXIV. May, 

•• Th?i)uet " after E. Lant^ri, M Art, XXV. Dec. 83 

•* Anne of Qeves" after Hans Holbein. P M M. XX. Jan 

"The Virgin and ChiU with St. John" after Botticelli, 8t Q, IIL 

Jan 
"Dordrecht" and "The Schreierstoren, Amsterdam," after J. Maris, 

8tu. XVIIL Jan 
** Col. Ian Hamilton " and Other Portraits) after J. S. Sargent, 8tu, XIX. 

Feb 
"Roslin Chapel" and Other Drawings after John Ruskin, 8tu, XIX. 

Mar 
" H. Sucey Marks " after P. Renouard, 8tu, XIX. Apr 
'* Loutt Morin" after Jules Ch6ret. 8tu, XIX. May 
'* Study " after Percy Gosaop, 8tu, XXI. Nov 
" For the Little One " after W. M. Chase, 8tu, XXI. Dec 
" llie Gooseherd " after C M. Park. 8tu, XXI. Dec 
*« Cherry Blossom " after R. V. Cole, 8tu, XXI. Dec 
Artists noticed, see 

Abbey ( E. A. ), Castaigne ( A. ). Eyck f Jan and Hubert 

AbeU(H. F.}, Cazin (Michel), van), 

Alvacowski (I. C), Champney(J. Wells), Faed (Thomas\ 

Aldin (Cecil), Char don (Mdme. Falgui^e (A.), 

Alexander (J. W.), Debillemont), Fantin-Latour (H.), 

Allen (C. J.), Chase (W. M.), Finn (H.). 

Angelico (Fra), Chavannes (Puvis Ford (Onslow), 

Ashton (R.), de), French (D. C.)« 

Attwood (F. G.), Cole (Timothy), Fromentin (E.), 

Aumonier(J.), Collier (Hon. John), Ghibertt, 

Baldwyn (C. H. C), Collins iG. W.). Gibson (C. D.), 

Bauer (M.), Constable (John), Giotto, 

Baxter (A. H.), Cooper (Mrs. M. P.), Goodall (F.), 

Beardslejr (Aubrey), Cooper (W. H.), Goya (P.). 

Berkeley (Stanley;, Cros (H.). Gribble (Bernard), 

Black(A.J.X Cruikshank (G.), Grubhofer ( Tony), 

Botticelli (S ), Danyell (Mrs.), Guimard (H.), 

Bonghton (G. H.), Degas. Gurschner (G.), 

Bowcher (Frank), D6taUle(E.), Guthrie (T. J.), 

Brangwyn ( F. ), Detmold ( M. and E. ), Hamilton{ T. McLure), 

Bridgman (F. A.), Donatello, Hammond (Miss C.j, 

Brown (Amesby), Dor4 (G.), Hare (St. Geoi^), 

Bruce (Martin), Doudelet (K.), Harrison (Clifford), 

Bonce ( W. G. ). Dressier (C. ), Hassall (J. ), 

Bume-jones (Sir E.), Drury (Alfred), Hazlitt (John), 

Burton ( Sir F. ), Dubois ( Henri ), Heine ( t. T. ), 

Butler (Lady), Du Manner (G.), Herkomer (H), 

Butteriield ( L. P. ), Earl ( Miss M. ), Hirschl f A. Hir^my), 

Cameron (Miss B.), Eckhardt (O.), Holworthy (J.), 

Cameron (Miss K.}, Emanuel (F. L.), Hugo ( Victor), 

Caasioti(G.), Emslie (A. E.), Hunt(Wm.HohBan), 



Sime (S. H.}, 
Slott-MOUer (Mdme. 

A.). 
Smith (A. Harold), 
Solomon (S. J.), 
SuynesjF. J.), 
Stokes (Adrian and 

Mrs.), 
Stone (Marcos), 



Stott(Edw.), 

(J.), 
Tadema (Sir L. A.), 



Stradanus (J 



Art—- c ntinued. 
Artists noticed— cootinoed. 

Hutchison (R. G.), Morris (WUliam), 

i- Jenkins (F. L. ), Munkacsy ( M. ), 

Jouetb (M. H.), MurUlo (B.). 

oy (G. W.). Nelson (H. E. H.), 

ungmann(N.), Nicholson (W.), 

Lempe (Mr.), Orlik (E.), 

Klumpke (Miss Orr (Monro S.), 

Anna), Park (C M.), 

Lamg ( K. ), Partridge ( W. O.), 

Lambeaux (Jef), Passaglia (Prof. A.), 

Lant^ (E.), Paton (Sir Noel), 

Lawrence (Sir Peacock (R.), 

lliomas), Pennell(Jos.), lliorwaldsen (B.), 

Leighton (£. BUur), Peppercorn (A. D.), Tinworth (G.), 

LeJie (C R.), Pope (Alexander), Tissot (J. J.), 

Levetus (Miss C). Potter (Miss Bessie), Titian, 

Liebermann (Max), Powell (Rex), Traquair (Mrs.), 

Linton ( Sir J . D. ), Prior ( K. A. ), Turbayne (A. A. ), 

Longpr^ (Paul de), Rae (Henrietta), Turner (J. M. W.l, 

Macbeth (R. W.), Redon (OdUon), Van Dyck (Sir A.}, 

Madiazo (R. de), Reid (Sir George), Veber (Jean), 

Malemprd (L6on), Reid (/. Eadiej, Velasquez (D. R. da 

Mar^chal (J. F.), Reid (Robert), S.), 

Maris (Jacob), Rembrandt, VUliers (Frederic), 

Martin (Henri), Renouard (P.), Vos (Hubert), 

Massey (Mrs.), Rkhardson iC D.), Voss (Carl), 

Mateiko (J an), Richmond (Sir W.B.), VuUiamy (Miss), 

May (Phil), Rigby (G. R.), Wade (G. E.), 

Mefchers (Gari). "kip," Waesberehe I A. van), 

Menpes (Mortimer), Riquer (A. de). Waller (S. E.), 

Metsys (6.), Rodin (A.), Watts (G. F.), 

MiUais (Sir J. E.), Romney (G.), Wauters (£.)> 

M oira (G. E. ), Rope (Miss E. M. ), WUcock (A. ), 

Monet (Claude). Rossetti (D. G.X Wimperis (E. M.), 

Moreau (G.), Rubens (P. P.), Wispelaere (P. de), 

Morgan (Mrs. Evelyn Ruskin (John), Young (Arthur), 

dej, Russell (C. M.), ZaEzillo^ etc. 

Morin (Louis), Sargent (J. SJ* 

Morland (Geor]ge), Schreyvogel (C), 
Art— The Fine Arts, Belles Lettres, etc. : 

The Psychological and Sociological Study of Art, by Y. Him, Mind, IX. 
Oct, 5x3 

The Ancient Feud between Philosophy and Art, by Paul E. More, A M, 
LXXXVl. Sept, 337 

A Plea for a Science of Art, b^ Henry Davies, Mus, XVIII. May, z 

Impressionism and Appreciation, by Lewis E. Gates, A M, LXXXVl* 
July, 73 

Art an Essential Element of the National Life, by Sir Wyke Bayilss, 8t Q, 
IIL Jan, a 

Art in Everyday Life, by T. C Horsfall, J Ed, XXII. June, 394, July, 

431 

The Artistic Impulse in Man and Woman, by E. A. Randall, A, XXIV. 
Oct, 415 

Art and the Woman, by Two Brothers, Mac, LXXXIII. Nov, 39 

Art and Enjojrment, by K. Sidford, P R, XI. Oct, 70Z 

Ruskin's Teaching, see under Ruskin (John) 

"What is Art ?" by Count Tolstoy, see under Tolstoy (Count Leo) 

The Appreciation of Beauty, etc., see under Aesthetidsm 
d'Artacnan of the Business World— W. C. Whitney, by G. L 

Fielder (i^.), Ainslee, VI. Dec, 387 
Arthurian Legend : 

llie Graal Lwend and Its Exponents, by Dr. D. F. de I'Hoste Ranking, 
New C R, VII. Apr, 353 

Life and Literature in the Time of Arthur, by W. H. Babcock, Cons R, 
III. Mar, 90 
Artificial Limbs : Human Patchwork, by G. A. Wade («f/.), E I, XXII. 

Jan, 390 
Artillery, Army Ordnance, etc., see under Armies 
Arts and Crafts (see also Articles under Art, Architecture, Archaeologv, 
Churches, Monasteries ; Furniture, Wood'Carvine (under Carving; ; 
Poker- Work and Burnt Wood- Work, Sculpture (under Art), Metalwork, 
Ironwork and Steelwork (under Iron), Pewtsr, Bronze, Brasses, Drinking- 
Cups, Coins, Medals, Jewellery, Seals, Watches, Clocks, Sundials, 
Electric Li«ht Fittings, Mosaics, Pottery, Enam<dling, Glass, Book- 
binding, Wallpapers, Stencilwork, Needlework, Textiles, Carpets, Lace, 
Mural Art (under Art), etc., etc.] : 

Arts and Crafts at the Paris Exhibition (see also Articles under Metalwork, 

Jewellery, Pottery, Glass, Furniture, Textiles, Wallpapers, Book- 
inding) : 
The Art Buildings : 



Butler, H. E., on («f/.). Art J P E, Tune, 41 

TV. Aug. 4 
The BritUh Royal PavUion. ((//.), M Art, XXIV. Oct, 549 



Frantz. H., on (<//.), M Art, XXlV. Aug. 461 



The Spanish Pavilion, by Qaude PhilUps (1//.), Art J P E, Dec, sss 
Architecture and Exterior Decoration, by W. Frel (r7/.}. Artist, 

XXVIII. July, 133 
Mural Decorations at the Paris Exposition, by CB. (f//.), Crltlo, 

XXXVI. Jane, si 3 
Interiors, by W. Fred («^/.), Artist, XXVIII. Aug, 198 
The Grand Hall EUiptique in the Grand Pahus des Beanx Arts {<//.), 

Art J P E, Sept, 144 
The House of the ** Art Nouveau Bing," by G. Moorey (tf/.), 8tu, XX 

Aug, X64 



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ASTS AND CRAPTS.'^Codtixiued. 



INDEX TO THE 



Asia. 



Arts and Crafts— continued. 
Arts and Crafts at the Paris £xlitbition--continued. 

The Decorations of the P. & O. Pavilion (i//.). 8tu, XX. Aug, 149 
• T^ ?**°* Aiexandre III., by H. E. Butler {•//.). Art J P E, June, 49 
A Fncze and a Fountain, by S.S.G., Arch Rev, VIII. Dec. 275 
Some Exhibits («//.), Art J P E, June, 57, July, 9a, Sept, 148, Oct, 173. 

Nov, 314, Dec, 939 
The French Section (tf/.). Art J P E, Aug. its 
The German Section (j7/.). Art J P E, July, 87 
German Etecorative Art. by G. Mourey (*^/.), 8tu, XXI. Oct, 44 
The Austrian Section {illX Art J P E, Aug. ixx 
Austrian Decorative Art, by G. Mourey (tf/.), 8tu, XXI. Nov, X13 
bcandinavwn Art. by S. Frykholm («?/.), 8tu, XXI. Dec, X90 
The National Competition, 1900 : 
Esther Wood on {ill.). 8tu. XX. Sept, 349 

Uaagned Articles on [ill,), Artirt, XXIX. Oct, 74 ; («?/.). M Art, XXV. 
Nov, 37 

^**/-x^'y^??,^.^"»*<^ Technical College, Finsbury, by E.F.V. {ill.). 
Art J, XVI. Mar. 90 

The Birmingham School of Art, by Miss C Levetus (tf/.), Artist, XXVII. 
Apr, 439 

The Glasgow School of Art, by W. R. Watson [iU.) 8tu, XIX. May. 
333 

^^S^ Decorative Art in 1899 and the Arts and Crafts Exhibition, 1899 

(»//A 8tu, XVIII. Jan, ajf 
The Home Arts and Industries Association, xooo : 
Cox, Mabel, on (i//.). Artist. XXVIII. JdyT X4S 
Wood, Esther, on (i//.). 8tu, XX July, 78 

Architeaure and Crafts at the Royal Academy, 1900 («//.), Arch Rev, VII. 
May, XQ4 "^ 

^ Art Collections of the British Museum, the S. Kensington Museum, 

and Other MusnmiB, se: under Mussunu 
Recent Aoquiaitions at the Science and Art Museum, Edinburgh (i//.), 

M Art, XXIV. Ap', 370 

^i^*/i^*'"^ ^'*^' ^""*^» ^y ^^- J- Malct Lambert {jUL\ Arch Rev, 
Vf I. Apr, X79 ; VIII. Aug, 64, Sept, > 25 

o S?li''^5f!? "* ^'** Sixteenth Century, by W. A. BailUe-Grohman {ill.), 
P M M, XX. Apr. 511 : XXI. May, 33, June, X58 

"^v'i?^?, 4*****' Handicrafts, by Mr*. Isabel Suart Robson, Ant, 

AAA VI. Apr, ixo. May, X43 
Some Surviving Handicrafts, by R. Hallward («//.). Arch Rev, VII. Feb, 83 
Feasant Arts at Haslemere, by Miss Frances H. Low {iU.), Q T, VI. 
_ Seijt, 341 

Ruskms Nature of Gothic and Its Relation to Modern Handicrafts, by 

Chas. Holme, 8t Q, III. July, X34 
Mathematical Principles of Esthetic Forms, by Dr. Arnold Emch (tf/.), 

Mon, XI. Oct, 50 
Nature as an Ornamental isi ; lUustrations, Arch Rec, IX. Apr, 441 
?"*®.^.*» Decoration, by RusseU SturgU, Inter M, I. May, 463 
Art m Churches, see under Churches 
Arts and Crafts at Wilton, WUts, by Gideon Fidler {ill.). Art J, XVI. 

oept, 367 

I/Art Nouveau, bv L. F. Day {HI.), Art J, XVI. Oct, 393 
The Decoration of the Country House, by M. H. Baillie Scott {ill.), 8tu, 
XIX. Feb, 30 

Scheme for the Decoration of a Bedroom, by A. H. Baxter {iU,), Artist, 

XXVII. Feb, 316 
Bedroom D«:oration by F. Brangwyn, Unsigned Article on («//.), 8tu, 
XIX. Apr, X73 
. Art in the Nursery, R. Davis Benn on (tf/.), Art J, XVI. Aug, a47» Sept, 

903 

Mottoes in Houses, by C. G. Leland, Arch Rev, VII. Jan, 37, Feb, 81, 
Apr, 177 

The Practice of Lettering, by E. F. Strange (i//.). Art J, XVI. Oct, 

3x3 
Fountains, by F. Hamilton Jackson {ill.). Arch Rev, VIII. Oct, 169 
Colonial Art and Modem Pianos, by J. Burr Tiffany [ill.). Arch Rec, IX. 

Jan, 368 
Sunestions for the Iniprovement of Sporting Cups and Trophies {ill.), 8tu, 

XIX. Apr, X56 ; XX. June, 37 ; XXI. Ctet, ai 
Decorated Ostrich Eggs, by Laura B. Starr (///.). 8tr, XX. Dec. 765 
Decorative Crafts in Poetry, by Ethel Wheeler, Arch Rev, VII. June, 

French Arts and Crafts (see also Articles under Bookbinding. Pottery) : 
The French Section at the Paris Exhibition {ill.). Art J P E. Au?, 115 
The House of the •' Art Nouveau Bing," by G. Mourey [ill.), 8tu, XX. 

Aug, X64 
Hector Guimard and the Castel B^ranger, Paris, by H. Frantx {ill.), 

M Art, XXV. Dec, 85 
Hector Guimard and the Castel B^ranger ; Another Way of designing a 

Modern House (*//.), 8crib, XXVlTl. July, i»5 
The Early 'Fountains at VersaiUes, by P. de Nolhac {HI.), 8tu, XIX. 

Feb, 31 
French Arts and Crafts Workers, Designers, etc., noticed, see 

Cazin(M.), Dubois (H.), 

Cros (H.), Gruel (Catherine) 

German Arts and Crafts (see also Articles under Pottery) : 
German Decorative Art, by P. Schultze-Naumburg {Ul.), M Art. XXIV. 

Mar, 33X 
Geroian Decorative Art at the Paris Exhibition, by G. Mourey {ill.), 

8tu, XXI. Oct. 44 
The German Section at the Paris Exhibition {ill.). Art J P E, July. 87 
lulian Aru and Crafts noticed, see Bronze, Pottery, Tapestry ; and iulian 
Arts and Crafts Workers, etc., noticed, see Cassioli (G.), Passaglia 
(Prof. A). 



Arts and Crafts— continued. 
Austrian Arts and Crafts : 
The Austrian Section at the Paris Exhibition {ill.). Art J P E, Auc 

XIX 

Austrian Decorative Art at tHe Parii Exhibition, by G. Mourey [iU.)^ 

8tu, XXL Nov, XX3 
Austrian Arts and Crafts Worker noticed, see Gnxsdmer (G.) 
Spanish Arts and Crafts : 
The Spanish Pavilion at the Paris Exhibition, by Claude PhilEps {iliJ), 

Art J P E, Dec, 335 
Spanish Arts and Crafts, by G. S. Ferdinando (i//.), Lud, X. Sept, 45^ 
Some Examples of Spanisn Wood-Carving, by £. Wilson {ill.)^ Cos, 
XXX. Dec, 169 
Dutch Arts and Crafts noticed, see Pottery 
Belgian and Flemish Arts and Crafts : 
The Salon of the Libre Esth^tique at Brussels {01.), M Art, XXIV. 

July, 4x6 
Belgian and Flemish Arts and Crafts Workers noticed, see Waesbergfae 
(A. van), Wilspelaere (P. de) 
United States Arts and Crafts (see also Articles under Furniture, Lace) : 
Home Industries in Rural Districts; a Profitable Philanthropy, by 

Helen R. Albee {Ul.),R R A, XXII. July. 57 
New Developments in Textile Schools, by Jane A. Stewait {illX R R A, 

XXII. July, 67 
A Plea for American Needlecraft, by Ada Steriing, A M, LXXXVI. Oct, 

557 
The Ti&ny House, Madison Avenue, New York; lUastntiaiis, 
Arch Rec, X. Oct, X9x 
Japanese Arts and Crafts : 
Japanese Domestic Interiors, by Ralph Adams Cram {ill.). Arch Rav, 

Vll. Jan, xo 
On Ornamental Metal-Work implied to Japanese Weapons, by Charlotte 
M. Salwey, A Q, IX. Apr. 373 
Some Chinese Mastsrpieces, by C. J. Holmes {iU.), M R, I. Nov, 137 

(XXU. Nov, 480) 
Otner Oriental Arts and Crafts noticed, see Articles un ier Pottery, Carpets 
Ancient Arts and Crafts, see Articles under Archsology, E^ptology, 

Greece (Ancient), Rome (Ancient), etc., etc. 
Arts and Crafts Workers, Designers, etc, noticed, see 



Aldin (Cecil), 
Baxter (A. H.), 
Bowcher (FJ, 
Brangwvn(F.}, 
Burne- Jones (Sir E.), 
ButterfieldcL. P.), 
Cameron (Miss B.), 
Cassioli (G.), 
Cazin (M.), 
Cooper (W. H.), 
Cios (H.), 



Dressier (C), 
Dubois "(H.), 
Gruel (Catherine), 
Guimard (H.), 
Gorschner (G.), 
Hasttll(J), 



Reid (J. Eadie), 
Ri«by (G. R.). 
Smith (A. Haroll}, 
Sta3me>(F. J.), 
Tmworth(G.), 
Tur'Miyne ( A. A-), 
VuUiamy{Mtse). 
Waesberghe (A. van), 
Wilcock (A.), 
Wispelaere (P. de). 
Zamllo, etc 



ienldns (F. L.), 
Lempe (Mr.), 
MoirafG. E.), 
Passaglia (Prof. A.), 
Powell (Rex). 
Aryan Races, see Indo-Europeans 
As You Like It by 8hakespeare, see tmder Shakespeare 
Ascension in Art, see under Art (Religious) 
Asceticism : 
The Decline of Asceticism, by Christopher Waithman, Unlv, XII. xeo 
A Plea for Asceticism, by May KendaU, L Q, III. Jan, xa4 (XXI. Feb, 

153) 
Ascot, Berkshire : Society at Ascot, by Mrs. Maud Rawson {ill.)^ L R, 

VIII. June, SOS 
Ash-Heap of $175,000,000— Fire Insurance In America, by 

William J. Boies, F, XXIX. July. s66 (XXIL Aug, x8o) 
Ash-Tree, by W. R. Fisher, Land M, IV. Mar, x8x 
Asher, Ben, x7th Century ? Ben Asher's Rhymes on the Hebrew Accents, by 

Arthur Davis and Miss Nina Davis, Jew Q, XII. Apr, 45a 
Ashley, Evelyn, on the Settlement in South Africa; After the War (Letter), 

Nat R, XXXIV. Jan, Sox 
Ashley, Prof. W. J., on the Commercial Legislation of England, by 

A. H. Johnson, Econ «J, X. Mar, 96 
Ashtabula County, Ohio : A Banner Divorce County, by Annie H. 

Frechette, C M, LIX. Feb, 636 (XXI. Feb, x6x) 
Ashton, Rossi, and His Instantaneous War Pictures, by F. Foabhaaa 

{ill.). Royal, III. Apr, 4qx 
Asia (see also Articles under Orient, Russia (in Asia), Asia Minor, Persia, 
Pamirs, Afghanistan, Baluchistan, India, llbet, Siam, China, Jape■^ 
Korea, etc.) : 
The Problem of Asia, by Capt. A. T. Mahan (m«/), Harp, XXXIX. Mer, 

536, Apr, 747, May, 9*9 
Asiatic Conditions and luternatioaal Policies, bv Capt. A. T. Msthaa, 

N A R, CLXXI. Nov. 609 (XXIL Dec, 555) 
British and Russism Diplomacy, by a Diplomat, N A R, CLXX. Jtuse, 87X 

(XXII. July, 61) 
Antagonism of England and Russia, by Demetrius C Boulger, N A R, 

CLXX. June, 884 (XXIL July. 61) 
Great Britain in Asia, by Sir Richard Temple, N A R, CLXX. Jnnte. 8gj 

(XXIL July, 6x) 
The British Sphere in Asia, by Charles £. D. Black. N O, XLVIL May, 

767 
The British Empire in Asia, by Sir Richard Temple, Universal, I. May, 9-^ 
The Problem of the Middle East, Russia and England inCeutl^ Asia, etc-i 

see under India (Frontier Question) 
The Powers in China and in the Orient, see tmder China, Orient, etc. 
The United States Expansion and Commerce in the Far East, see onder 

United States, China, Philippine Ids., Sulu Ids., Guam, etc 
The Warfare of Railways in Asia, by Alex. H. Ford (mm^), C M» UX. 
Mar, 79t (XXI. Mar, 267) 



AstA«— ContiauecL 



PERtoOlCALS Olf 1906. 



Athens, AwaBNT. 



49 



** Th« Babyloaians and Assyrians '* by Prof. A. H. Sayce : Sociology and 



Asia— continued. 
Other Railways in Asia, see under Turkey in Asia, India (Frontier}, Orient, 

Russia (Siberia, etc.) 
Missions; Asia's Great Need, by Mn Isabella Bishop, Mit R, XIII, June, 

•'&atic Studies" by Sir A. C Lyall, Unsigoed Article on, F L, XI. 

Mar 88 
The Pygmies of Asia, by R. Lydekker («</.}, K, XXIII. Sept, 196 
The Cradle of the Human Race in North Central Ana, by Sanuel Wad- 
dington. N C, XLVIII. Nov, Sox (XXII. Nov. 475) 
Asia Minor : 
Railways in Asia Minor, see under Turkey in Asia 
The Composition of Kulaite, by Henry S. Washington, J Qeoi, VIII. 

Nov, 6zo 
Ancient Cappadocia, see Cappadocia 
Asolo : Browning in Asolo, oy Katherine C Bronson (aT/.), C M, LIX. 

Apr, 999 (XXI. June, 567) 
Asparacus-Culture, by John J. T. Norfolk, J R A 8, XI. Dec, 646 
AspinalT, John A. F., General Manager Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway: 

Interview (<//.), Rail M, VII. Dec, 481 
Assam : 
The Great Indian Earthquake of 1807, by Dr. Charles Davison (m«/), K, 

XXIII. July, 147 
Our Raid mto Nagaland, by Rev. E. M. Hadow (•?/.}. W W, IV. Feb, 562 
Assassination Mania, see under Anarchy 
Aasss, see Donkeys 
Asslsl : 
Assisi, by Ella MacMahon, Arg, LXXII. Dec, 499 
Giotto and the Church of S. Francesco, by Roger E. Fry (i7/.), M R, I. 

Dec, 13^ 
St. Francis of Assist, see Francis (St.) of Assisi 
Assumpsit, see under Law 
Assumption : The Feast of the Assumption at Elch6, Spain ; an Opera in 

a Cathedral, by Herbert Vivian (*//.). W W, IV. Feb, 609 
Assumptlonists, see under Catholic Church 
yrlolocy (see also Babylonia) : 

Baoylonians and Assyrians " dv ft 
Science of Babylon, by John T. Carrington. 8c Q, VI. Mar, 300' 
The Polychrome Bible tested by the Assyrian Flood-Tablet, by Rev. W. W. 
Everts, Horn R, XL. Aug, 134 
Astrology and Astronomy: A Question of Primogeniture, by E. Walter 

Maunder, K, XXIII. Feb, 35 
Astronomy (see also Telescopes) : 
The Sun and Solar Phenomena : 

Dr. See's Discovery ; the Origin of the Sun and Its Planets, by R. S. 

Baker, P M, X. Dec, 69a 
Tlie Constituents of the Sun, by A. Fowlsr (iU.), K, XXIII. Jan, zx 
Observations of the Sun, by E. Walter Maunder, K, XXIII. June, i^s 
Dark Markings in the Solar Corona, by W. H. Wesley (i//.), K, XXIII. 

Oct, MS 
TIk Influence of the Sun upon the Formati n of the Earth's Surface, by 

Nathaniel S. Shaler, Inter M, I. Jan, 41 
Artifkial Reseau Photospherkiue, by Rev. Arthur East (i7/.), K, XXIII. 
June, za9 

le Sun as a Natural Force and Tesla's Electrical Experiments, see 
under Electricity 
Edipses: 
Tne Solar Eclipse of May aS, 1900 : 

Cortte, Rev. A. L., on, M, XCV. May, 464 

Maunder, E. Walter, on [ma^s and i//.), K, XXI I L Mar, 49; July, 

145, Aug, 175 
Newcomb, Prof. Simon, on (Af/.)« McCI, XV. May, 45 
Searle, Rev. George M.. on. C W, LXXI. July, 54a 
Vemey. Sir Edmund, on, Q M, CCLXXXIX. Sept, 303 
Wright. Julia MacNair, un, LIpp, LXV. May, 750 
A Total Solar Eclipse, by E. Walter Maunder, K, XXIII. June. 133 
Recent Eclipses, by Prof. H. H. Turner, M R, I. Oct, 98 
Observing Three Eclipses, by Rev. J. M. Bacon («r/.), P M, X. Sept, 300 

(XXn. Sept, 379) 
In Search of thie Corona, by Miss Gertrude Bacon (ftf/.), Lud, X. May, 

17 
Longitude by Eclipses, by J. Dondas White, Naut M, LXIX. Feb, 98 
The Queer Side of Eclipses; Eating the Sun, by H. Grainger {iU.), 

Royal, IV, June, 138 
The Moon and Lunar Phenomena : 

Sunrise on the Crescent, by E. Walter Maunder (i//.), Q W, XLI. Oct, 

685 
Dates on Which Paschal Full Moons occur, by Lisut-Gen. Sir Charles 

Warren, P E F, Apr, 157 
The Tekscooe at the Paris Exhibition ; the Moon at 36 Miles, by 

A. Anderson {iU± P M. IX. May, 506 
The First Moon-Photographs taken with the Great Fltfis Telescope, by 

Francis Delonde (1^), 8tr, XX. Nov, 493 
The Planet^ : 

Dr. See's Discovery : the Origin of the Sun and Its Planets, by R. S. 

Baker, P M, X. Dec, 69a 
A Photographic Seardi for an Int er mer c orial Planet, by Edward C. 

Pickering, K, XXIIL May, 106 
How the Hanets are weighed, by Prof. Simon Newcomb, McCi, XIV. 

Jan, 390 ; Same Article (*^/.), P M, X. July, 54 
Jupiter and His Markings, by W. F. Denning (rV/.), K, XXIIL Sept, 

aoo 
Mars as a Work!, by ProC R. A. Gregory, Nat R, XXXIV. Feb, 9x4 

(XXI. Feb, 151) 
A Glimpse of Saturn, by Irene Brown {tU.\ 8t N, XXVII. Oct, 1x13 



Astronomy — continued. 
Stars, Nebulae, etc. : ' 

The Evolution of th? Stars, E R, CXCI. Apr, 45) (XXI. May, 480) 
The Evolution of the Stars, by J. EUard Gore, G M, CCLXXXIX. Nov, 

The Decline of ths Stars, by Prof. Henry S. Nash. New W. IX. Mar, 84 
The Midnight Sky; the Oldest Picture-Book of All, by E. Walter 

Maunder, N C. XLVIIL Sept, 451 
The Structure of the Sidereal System, by Sir Robert Ball (iZ/.), Str, XX. 

Aug. z85( XXII. Aug. 180) 
The Hundred Brightest Stars, by J. E. Gore, K, XXIIL Sept, aoa 
The Seven Bright Stars : the Lords of Cold, by E. Walter Maunder, 

(diagramt)t Q W, XLI. July, 459 
The Northern Stars, by £. Waller Maunder {diagram)^ K, XXIIL 

Apr, 81 
Four Variable Stars, by E. Walter Maunder. K, XXIIL Sept, X99 
Some Unseen Stars, by Rev. Edmund Ledger, N C, XLVIII. Aug, aSs 
"Monthly Star Maps for the Year 1900" by Walter B. Blaikie: The 

Calendar, Scot Q M, XVI. Jan. 34 
The Milky Way, by E. Walter Maunder, K, XXIIL July, 158 
The Milky Way in Cygnus, by Mri. Walter Maunder (1//.), K, XXIIL 

TheHfoschells and the Nebulae, by J. Ellard Goce, Q M, CCLXXXIX. 

July, 78 
Photograph of the Trifid Nebula ]^ IV. 4t Sagittarii, and of the R^oa 

Surrojnding, by Dr. Isaac Roberu [ill.), K, XXIIL Feb^ 33 
Photographs of the Nebulae M. 8 Sagittarii and of ^ VI. Ceti, by 

Dr. Isaac Roberts (<//.), K, XXIIL June. 133 
Meteors and Comets : 
Notes on Comeu and Meteors, by W. F. Denning, K, XXIIL Jan, aa, 
Feb, 46, Mar, 70, Apr, 94, May, z 18. June, Z4a, July. z66, Aug, Z90, 
Sept, az4. Oct, 838, Nov, 36a, Dec, aSs 
The Perseids, by E. Walter Maunder, K. XXIIL Aug. t74 
A Niihc in a Balloon ; an Astronomer's I'rip frjm Fari« to the Sea in 
Observaiion of Leanids, by Miss Dorothea Klumpke [ill,}, C M, LX. 
June, 376 
A Lady's Meteor Hunt abave the Ck>uds, Nov., '99^ by Miss Gertrude 

Bacon (£/.}, W W, IV. Mar. 738 
The Meteors of November, by E. Walter Maunder, K, XXIII. Nov, 
asz 
The Science of Astronomy in the jrear t9oo, by Camille Flammarion [iiL), 

Cos, XXIX. June, 165 (XXII. Juiy, 8j) 
Some Recent Astronomical Discoveries, by Miss Agues Gibeme. H, 

XVII. Sept, Z55 
Recent Astronomical Ducoveries in the Southern Hemisphere, by T. J. J. 

See, A M, LXXXV. Jan, 1Z9 
The Unsolved Problems of Astronomy, by Prof. S. Newcomb [ill.), W M, 

XL Mar, 49^ (XXL Mar, 354) 
Tribune di Galileo, Florence ; a Temple of Science, by W. Alfred Parr 

[iU.), K. XXIIL May, 103 
Nautical Astronomy, see under Shipping 
Aurorae, by E. Walter Maunder, K, XXIIL Oct, 333 
The Zodiacal Ught. by E. Walter Maunder, K, XXIIL Mar, 6z 
An Attempt to test the Nebular Hypothesis by the Relations of Masses and 

Momenta, by T. C Chamberlin, J Qeol, VIII. Feb, 58 
The ApparenUy Altered Size of Celestial Objects through Change of 

Altitude, by K. G. M. Browne, Naut M, LXIX. Feb, 79 
The Struggle regarding the Position of the Earth, by Carus Sterne [ill.), 

O C, XiV. Aug, 449 
The Influence of the Sun upon the Formation of the Earth's Surface, by 

Nathaniel S. Shaler. Inter M, I. Jan, 4z 
The Date Line: Where the Day changes, by Dr. A. M. W. Downing, 

(ma/), K, XaIII. Mav, loa 
The Calendar, see Calenaar 
Time, see Time 

How wiU the World end ? by H. C. Fyfe (i//.). P M, X. July, 85 
The Astronomy of the Hindus, Cal R, CX. Apr, 344 
Astronomy and Astrology: a Question of Primogeniture^ by E. Walter 

Maunder, K, XXIII. Keb, 35 
Astronomy as a Moral Force, by Alfred T. Story. Ed T, LI II. June, 349 
Religion and the Larger Univene, by James T. Bixby, New W; IX. June, 

385 
The Face of the Sky. by A. Fowler. K, XXIIL Jan, 33. Feb, 47, Mar, 71, 
Apr, 95, May, xz8, June, Z43, July, Z67, Aug, 19Z, Sept, azs, Oct, 839, 
Nov, a63, Dec, 386 
Astronomy without a Telescope, by £. Walter Maunder [Jiagrami), K, 
XXIIL Jan, 9. Mar, 61, Apr, 81, May, 104, June, Z33, July, ijS, Aug, 
Z74, Sept, zq9, Oct, 333, Nov, 351 
Chapters for Young Astronomers, by Frank C. Dennett [SI.), 8c Q, VL 

Jan, 351, Feb, a8^. Mar. 317, May. 377 ; VIL Tune. 37. July, 59 
The Astronomical Observations of Literary Men, by G. W. Niven, Scots, 

XXV. Feb, 338 
Rev. John Bacon ; a Sdentiflc Balloonist, by C. Middleton IHI.), Sun M, 

XXIX. Nov, 748 
Women Astronomers, bv J. E. Gore, H, XVII. Nov, 357 
Father Maximilian Hell; an Astronomer's FirienJship, by Simon Newcomb, 

A M. LXXXVL Nov. 688 
Astronomical Photography, by Harold Jacoby, Inter M, I. May, 543 
Astronomers noticed, see 

Brahe (Tycho), Galileo, Keplef (Johann), 

Copernicus (NIco- Hamilton (Sir etc 

laus), W. R.J, 

At tho Slcn of the Ship by Andrew Lans. see under Long (Andrew) 
Athens, Ancient» see under Oreeoe (Ancient) 



30 



INMX TO THE 



Athletics. 



AuSTRALtA. 



Athletics, Qymnastict, Physical Culture (see also Articles under Cricket, 
Footbttll, Calcio, Golf, Lawn Tennis, Tennis, Racquets, Croquet, Polo, 
Driving and Riding (under Horses), Cycling. Ice-Sports, SIcating, 
Swimming, Boating, Canoeiofl;, Yachting, Mountaineering, Fell- Walking 
in the Lake District, Running. Fire Brigide Drill, Sport, etc., etc.) : 
A Philosophy of Sport, by H. Graves, C R, LXXVIIL Doc, 877 (XXIL 

Dec, 573) 
Professionalism and Sport, by N. L. Jackson, F R, LXVIl. Jan, 154 
Athletics and Health, by W. Beach lliomas, C, Vlil. Apr, 537 (XXI. 

Apr, 370) 
N(M>-Hygienic Gymnastics, by James Buckham, Harp, XL. July, 907 
Physical Education, by Dr. H. Laing Gordon. H, XVI. May, 317 
Physical Culture Today, by Eusen Sandow (iZ/.), P 8 M, V. Feb, 99 
Some Results of V^etarian Athleticism, by H. Light, Humane R, I. 

Apr, 88 
The Cleivv as Athletes; Muscular Christianity, by Fred W. Ward (aT/.), 

T M, IV. Sept, X003 
The Art of Gesture, by T. Morton (i?/.), P M, IX. Mar, 389 
Pastimes in Moderation, by F. G. Aflalo, C J, III. Sept, 582 
New Calisthenics for Children, by UUian B. Griffin (<//.), Munsey, XXIV. 

Nov, 309 

The Greek Games, by William McK. Bryant, New W, IX. June, 301 
The Meeting of the Olympian Games in Paris, by Baron Pierre de 

Coubertin, N A R, CLXX. June, 80a (XXII. July, 63) 
Bygone International Athletic Contesu, by W. B. Curtis (1//.), O, XXXVI. 

Jaiy» 350 

Some 'Varsity Reminiscences, by T. E. Wells («r/.). Bad M, XI. Nov, 539 

Some Obstacle Races [Hi.), Capt. III. Aug, 441 

On Irish Greens, by £.£., Mac, LXXXII. July, 187 . 

Axemanship; a New- World Sport, by H. A. NichoUs [ill,), 8tr, XIX. 

June, 683 
Some Remarkable Exhibitions of Muscle, by H. J. HoUnes («f/.). Harms, 

IV. Apr, az i 
Athletics at the Public Schools, Colleges, etc. (nee also Articles under 
Cricket, Football, Boating, Running) : 
The Moral Aspect of Athletics, by Rev. £. B. Hugh Joacs, J Ed, XXIL 

June,' 352 
Physical Education in Schools, 8 B Q, III. Feb, xzs 
The Athletic Master in Public Schools, by Dr. H. J. Spenser, C R, 

LXXVIIL July, 113 (XXIL July, 77) 
ll\e Athletic Master in Public Schools, P 8 M, VL Oct, 363 
Recent School Athletics, by C. J. Lee Warner [ill.), P 8 M, V. Apr, 

ass 
Public School Sport («?/.), P 8 M, V. June, 421 
Public School Champions of 1900 (<//.), P 8 M, VL Dec, 468 
Volunteer Practice and MiliUry Drill in the Public Schools, see under 

Volunteers 
The University Social Problem and Undergraduate Athletics in America ; 
Symposium of University Opinion, O, XXXVI. May, 290 
Physical Training, etc., for Women (see also Ariicles under Cricket, Golf, 
Hockey, Croquet, Cycling, Skating, Sport, Fire Brigade Drill) : 
Frftiilein Wilke on the leaching of Gymnastics as an Employment for 

Women ; Interview, by Evelyn Sharp ((//.), W H, IX. May. 778 
The Physical Training of Girls, by Madame Sandow (^/.), OOP, XXI. 

Apr, 49* 
Women and Escercise, by K. W. Lowe, C J, III. Jan, 49 
A Women's Gvmnasium in New York, by UlUan B. Griffin (i7/.), 

Munsey, XXIL Jan, 561 
Girls Who excel in Sports, by Kathleen Waldron (^/.), Q R, III. Nov, 

«S 

Athletic Development in France, by Caspar Whitney (i//.), O, XXXVI. 
May, 178 

A German Gymnastic F£tc, by C. M. O'Brien, N I R, XIV. Sept. sz 

llie United Federal Gymnastic Association of Switzerland ; a Nation at 
Play, by £. Stalej (£//.). Harms, V. Aug. 49 

Remarkable Athleuc Performances in America, by M. W. Ford [illX O, 
XXXV. Mar, 603 
Atkinson, Miss Blanche, on John Ruskin. Y W, IX. Nov, 7a 
Atkinson, Edward, on America's Eastern Commerce; What U It worth? 

N A R. CLXX. Feb. 395 (XXL Mar. 344) 
Atkinson, Canon John Christopher, 1 814— z 900: Scholar, Thinker, 

and Lover of the Country, by Mri. J. R. Green (1//.), Bkman, XVIII. 

May, 49 
Atlanta, Georgia : The Carnegie Library of Atlanta ((7/.), Libr J, XXV. 

Feb, 70 
Atmosphere and Atmospheric Phenomena (see also Weather, Clouds, 
Thunder and Lightning, etc.) : 

Climate and the Atmosphere, by Rev. John M. Bic9n, N C, XLVII. 
Jan, 94 

Mil-Air Observations, by Rev. John M. Bacon, K, XXIII. Jan, z 
Atonement, see under Bible and Biblical Criticism 
Attrition In the Catholic Church, by Rev. James McCaffrey, ir E R, 

VIII. Sept, 193 
Attwood, F. C, American Artist, z8s6~z()oo : The Work of a Great 

Cartoonist, by Lloyd McX. Garrison (<//.), Cos, XXIX Sept, 550 
Attwood, Dr. Thomas, Musician, I765^z838, F. G. Edwards on (i?/.), 

Mus T, XLL Dec, 788 
Atwood's Machine and 8top Clock, by WUL C. Baker [diagrams)^ 

Phys R, XL Aug, zoj 
Atypus, see under Spiders 

Aubrey, Jphn, 1626—1697, H. Noel Williams on, Arg. LXX. Mar, 333 
Aubry, Martin, (Sergeant Sans-Soucy) and His] Capitulation, 1748 : A 

Military Incident in the Reign of L^uis XV., by Capt. S. Paslield Oliver, 

U 8 M, CXLL Jan, 379 
Auchlngaich, see under Scotland 



Auctions : 

Some Exraordiuary Auctions, by G. A. Wad# [ill.), E I, XXIV. Nov, Z07 

The Street Auctions of Military Woolwich, by A. Goodrich {Ul.), Royal, 
III. Mar, |5i 

Auctionana, oy H. Lumley, Land M, IV. Jan, z 

The Geoerai Auction Mart of Paris, by E. Cornier, Land M, IV. June, 443 
Augustinians, see under Monasteries 

d'Aumale, Due, z83a— Z897, Andrew deTemant <m, W R, CLIII. Apr, 427 
Aumonier, James, Artist, Mrs. Arthur Bell on [ill.), 8tu, XX. Aug, 14Z 
Aurora Borealis. £. Walter Maunder on, K, XXIIL Oct, 333 
Austen, Jane, 1775 — Z817 : 

Jane Austen, by Miss Agnes Repplier (rV/.), Critic, XXXVII. Dec, 5Z4 

The Renascence of Jane Austen, by Janet Harper, W R, CLIII. Apr, 44s 
(XXI. Apr, 373) 

A Chat about Jane Austen's Novels, by Earl of Iddssleigh, N C, XLVII. 
May, 8tr (XXI. May, 480) 
Austerfield, Yorks, and Bcrooby : The Birthplace of Am^ica, by A. 

Winter (1//.), T M, IV. Feb, 345 
Austin, Alfred, 

The Laureate as a Philosopher, by Rev. G. Bird. Q T, VI. Sept. 3S^ 

Quousque Tandem ? by W. Archer, Critic, XXXVII. Aug, Z45 ; and Reply 
to, by Alfred Austin, Critic, XXXVIL Oct. 405 

On Dante's Realistic Treatment of the Ideal, Nat R. XXXV. July, 746 

Od Anglo-American Literary Copyright, P M M, XXL July, 376 
Austin, Moses, Z765 — zSaz : A Memorandum of Austin's Journey fro^ tHe 

Lead Mines in Virginia to the Lead Mines in Louisiana, X7S)6-7, A rl, V. 

Apr, 5z8 
Australasia (see also Australia, New Zealand, Tasmania) : 

The History of the Year, with Diary [ma^s and Ol.), R R Aus, XV L Tazi, 



31, 40 (XXI. Mar, 33 r, 36a). Feb, Z57 (XXI. Apr, m). Mar, 393 (XXI 

y, SSSi June, 68z ; XVII. ' " •-'"-» 
. _ __ 11- Oct, 335). Sept. V, 

Dec, 568), Nov. 551, Dec, 683 



May, 465, 47a), Apr. 435, May, 55> June, 68z ; XVII. July. 5 CXXII. 
Sept, 363, 365), Aug, Z33 (XXIL Oct, 335), Sept. 377, Oct, 4«3 (XXIL 



The Australian Federation Act, by Henry B. Higgins, C 8, LXXVII. 

Apr, 480 
The New Commonwealth, by Albert G. Berry, N C, XLVIII. Aug, «i9 

(XXIL Aug, zs6) 
(Constitution of the Commonwealth of Australia, by Prof. J. Kirlcpatridc. 

Jur R, XII. June, zx3 
Australian Federation and Its Basis, by Edmund Barton, N A R, CLXX. 

June, 773 (XXIL July, 58) 
The Australasia Federation Bill, by Scrutator, A Q, IX. Aor, w 
Colonial and Imperial Federation, E R. CXCII. July, 347 (XXII. Aug. 149} 
The Federal Family, by Sir John A. Cbckburn, I C M, I. Nov, 6z 
United Australia, by J. H. Symon, Y R, IX. Aug, 139 
Democracy and the Commonwealth of Australia, by Stafford Bird, H, 

XVII. Sept, 168 
The United Sutes and the Australasian Federation compared, by Sir Robert 

Stout, F, XXX. Nov, 33Z 
The New Australian Constitution and the Constitution of the United 

Sutes compared, by H. H. Lusk, R R A. XXIL July, ya (XXIL 

July, 74) 
The Separation Movement in Western Australia, by J. W. Kirwan {ma^ 

and Ul.), R R Aus, XVI. Jan, 64 
ShaU Western Australia be broken up ? by J. W. Hackett («//.), R R Aut, 

XVI. Apr, 483 
How Federation was won in Western Australia, by H. Irwb Blake ^iU.\ 

R R Aus, XVI I. Aug, 167 (XXIL Oct, 379) 
Preparing for the Commonwealth *, Sydney en F€te, by P. R. M^^y v*^"^-), 

RRAus, XVIL Dec,7zi 
The First Federal Cabinet, R R Aus, XVIL Nov, S73 
New Zealand and Australian Federadon, by W. McMillan, R R Autt XVIL 

Oct. 436 
New Zealand and Federation in the Pacific, by Sir Robert Stout. R R Aus, 

XVIL Oct. 433 (XXIL Dec, 565) 
Why Fiji wants Federation, by Rev. W. SUde, R R Aus, XVIL Nov. 57« 
Government House, by Arthur Galton, Nat R, XXXVI. Dec, 537 (XXIL 

Dec, 570) 
The Earl of Hopetoun, by Sir An lr«w Clarke (rV/.), I C M, I. Nov, 56 
The Earl of Hopetoun. by an Australian (iV/.), Universal, 11. Nov, a a 
Men of the Empire, by Arthur Mee (<//.), Y M, XIV. Nov, 36Z 
Alfred Deakin ; an Australian Federalist, by E. St. John Hart (f//.), Q T, 

VI. June, 153 
A Federal Flag Competition {ill.\ R R Aus, XVIL Nov, 569 
Poem on the Commonwealth, by Rudyard Kipling, R R Aus, XVIL 

Nov. 577 
English Sentiment towards the Colonies, by Dr. W. H. Fitcbett, R R Aus, 

XVI. Jan, 51 . . 

Australasia and Colonial Maritime Responsibility, by Howard H. d EgviDe, 

New C R, VII L Oct. 398 
Australasia^'Her Resources and Foreign Trade, by Sir Robert Stoat, C R. 

LXXVIIL Aug. 366 (XXIL Aug. 156) 
Federal Currency, by J. Russell French, Bank, LXX Nov. 6or 
Australasian Insurance Business in 18 x). Bank, LXX. Julyi 85 
Australasian Language and Literature (see also Boldrewood (RoU\ 

Lawson (Henry) ) : 
Australian Literattu-e, by Alfred Grace, Au, X. Feb. zq6 
Australian Authors of Today, by F. Dohnan [ill.), O F M, XXX. 

Apr, 567 
Australia (see also Australasia above) : 
Queensland : 

Mount Morgan; the Greatest Gold Mine in the World, by H. F. Bubua 
iillX Felld, III. Nov, 5x7 

Why (^eensland adopted the 3 ^ 6 in. Gauge, by Rebus (ftT/.), Rail M, 
VII. Oct, 333, Dec, 564 



AutTRAMA.-^Contlnuad. 



PERIODICALS OF 1900. 



Babylonia. 



3« 



Austral ia— continued. 
Queensland— continue!. 

Some Central Queensland Notes, C J, III. Apr, 340 

Tlie Great Queensland Wbter Pleasure Trip, by Rer. Jos. Berry {til.), 

R R Aut. XVII. Sept, 355 
How the Queenslander rides and shoots, by Frances Campbell, T B, 

CXIX. Mar, 4-^0 
Twelve Years of '^' Snake Terror" in Queensland, by Mrs. Henry Lucas 
(•f/.), W W, VI. Oct. 13 
New South Wales : 
Sir Julian Salomons, by Florence Mary Gardiner {SI.), Universal, I. 

May, agS 
Sydney en F£te : Preparing for the Commonwealth, by P. R. Meggy 

(««.), R R Au«, XVII. Dec, 7X1 
Keniiniscences of New South Wales, by Septimus A. Stephen, J R C I, 

XXXI. Jan, 93 
Fighting the "Black Death" in Sydney, by P. R. Meggy (a//.), 

R R Aus, XVI. Apr. 436 
The Dairymg Industry of New South Wales. J B A. VII. Dec, ?73 
Tullimlear. Nrw South Wales; an Australian Dairy Farm, by C, 

Land M, IV. Aug, 575 
Horse-Branding in New South Wales, by A. Brunton {ill.), C F M, 

XXX. Mav, 68x 
Religions Life in Sydney, by a Special Commissioner {HI.), Pur, I I. 

Apr, 378 
Botany Bay, by W. H. S. Aubrey, C J, III. Dec, 778 
Victoria : 
Lord and Lady Brassey (ill.), L R. VIII. May, 89 
Lord Brassey; a Personal Sketch, by E. St John Hart {til.), Q T, V. 

Jan, 328 
W. A. Watt ; the Youngest Cabinet Minister in the British Empire, by 

A. J. Wade liii.), L H, XLVIII. Sept, 98Q 
Anti-Sweating and Factory Legislation in Victoria, by John Hoatson, 

W R, CLIV. Oct, 308 (XXII. Oct, ^90) 
" The Eureka Stockade. 1854 " by C. Rafiaello : the Queerest of Colonial 
Books, by J. F. Hogan, Q M, CCLXXXVIII. June, 56a (XXI. 
June, 574) 
Western Australia : 
Western Australia In 2890, by £. H. Wittenoom {ill.), Scot Q M, XVL 

Mar, i6t 
The Separation Movement in West Australia, by J. W. Kirwan {ma^ 

and ai.), R R Aus, XVI. Jan. 64 
Shall Western Australia be broken up? by J. W. Hackett {Hi.), 

R R Aus. XVI. Apr, 48? 
How Federation was won in Western Australia, by H. Irwin Blake (///.), 

R R Aus. XVII. Aug, 167 (XXII. Oct. 379) 
Eight Years Kailw^y Progress in Western Australia, by James Thomson 

{Hi.), Rail M, VI. Mar, a^a. Apr. ^38 
The Westralian Goldfields IHI.), Feild, III. Nov. 573 
The Cookardie Goldfield* Water Scheme (ill.), Feild, II. May, 5*5 
Recent Observations in Western Australia, by Lieut.-Col. Sir Uerard 
Smith, J R C I. XXXII. Dec, 10 
Australian Federation, see under Australasia 
The Referendum in Australia, by G. B. Barton, A Q, X. July. lox 
Australian Ezpansiveness, by Frauds Tyrrell-Gill. H, XVI. Apr, 365 
The Working Man in Australia, by C Cameron Kingston : Interview, by R. 

Blathwayt {ill.), Q T, VI. May, 104 
Anti-Sweating and Factory Legislation in Victoria, by John Hoatson, W R, 

CLIV. Oct, 398 (XXII. Oct, 3^0) 
The Colonisation of Australia, by Edward A. Fetiierick (r//.), I C M, I. 

Nov, 89, Dec, 3x4 
Social Experiments in Australia, by Dr. H. T. Burgess, A, XXIII. Feb, xia 
Across Australia with a Drove of Sheep, by F. Jones. C J, III. May, 33a 
Australian Forestry, by J. Plummer. Land M. IV. June, 453 
Ajtemanship; a New- World Sport, by H. A, NichoUs {til.), 8tr, XIX. 

June, 683 
Fighting the Prickly Pear, by A. P. Corrie {ill.). WW, VI. Nov. 163 
How Australians fight, by Capt. Ham {HI.), R R Aus. XVII. Nov. 588 
Dr.ConanDoyleon the Australian Soldier {ill.), R R Aus, XVII. Dec, 

737 
Volunteers from Norfolk Island Mutineers, by W. Jeffery {iU.), L H, XLIX. 

Nov, 67 (XXII. Nov, 45a) 



Australia and Its Religions, bv Rev. J. Murphy, Ir E R. VII Jan, 69 

Hierarcny ii ' 
Nat R, XXXV. Oct, a86 (XXII. Oct. 381) 



The Roman Catholic Hierarcny in Australia, by an English Catholic, 



An Australian Bush Priest and His Mission, by Barry Aylmer {ill.), C W, 

LXXII. Dec, 377 
Some Strange breaching Places, by an Australian Pioneer Minister, 

Sun M, XXIX. Ian, 44 
Christmas b Australia, by Helen Jerome {ill.), Univsrsal, II. Dec, 150 
£ssence of Matrimony ; Eucalyptus Brond, C J, III. Nov, 733 
Australian Literature, see Australasian Literature 
Australian Artist noticed, see Richardson (C. D.) 
The Australian Alps, by James Stiriing, Land M, IV. Dec, 844 
The Natives of Australia and llieir Origin, by R. Lydekker {ill.), K, 

XXIIL Jan, 6 
The Mud-Nest Building Birds of Australia, by D. Le Sou£f {ill.), K, 

XXIII. Apr, 93 
The Rate df Erosion of Some River Valleys, by C. C. Prittlebank, 

Qeoi M, VIL July, 330 
Austria-Hungary (see also Bohemia) : 

The Constitutional Crisis in. Austria, by Matuioe Baiunfeld, F, XXX. 

Sept, 5s (XXII. Oct. ^83) 
Great Britain and the Dim Monarchy, by Sir Rowland Blennerhusett, 

Nat R, XXXV. Jnne. 550 (XXI. June, 576} 



Austrla-Huncary--contintted. 
The Outiook in Auiitria ; a Dream, by S. Scfaidrowits, C R, LXXVIII. 

Dec. 894 (XXII. Dec. 573) 
The Elections in Austna, by G. P. Gooch, W R, CLIV. Dec, 6x9 (XXII. 

Dec, 576) 
Agricultural Education in Austria, J B A, VII. June, 84 
The Austrian Section at the Paris Exhibition {ill.). Art J P E, Aug, ixx 
Austrian Decorative Art at the Paris Exhibition, by G. Mourey {HI,), 8tu, 

XXI. Nov, 1x3 
Hie Dwarfs of the Prince-Bishops at Salzburg, by H. Vivian {ill.), RoyAl 

V. Dec, X30 
Austrian and Hungarian Artists noticed, see 

Gurschner (G.), Hirschl(A. Hirtoy). Mtmkacsy (M.) 

Austrian Newspapers, by Fugene Limedorfer {ill.), Bkman A, XL Apr, X49 
Hungarian Literature, see Petfifi (A.) 
The House of Jakob Stainer at Absam, by Edw. Heron-Allen {ill.), Mus T, 

XLI. Aug, 534 
Tyrol, see Tyrol 

The Dolomites of the Tyrol, see under Alps 

Hungary and the Carpathians, by S. Wells. J Man O 8. XV. June, aor ' 
Capercailzie-Shooting in the Austrian Alps, by Count Douglas Thum 

(/?/.), Bad M, XI. Dec, 654 
Historical : 
Bohemia, see Bohemia 

The War of the Spanish SucceJ<sioD, X70C— 17x3, see under Spain 
The War of the Austrian Succession, X740 — X748, see under Silesia 
The Seven Years' War, X756--X763, see under Silesia 
Mountain Warfare in the Tyrol in X809, by T. Bailey Saunders, U 8 M, 

CXLII. June, a<3 
The Battle of Solferino, 1859, by Stephen Crane, LIpp, LXVI. Oct, 6x3 
Authority, Mrs. Dowson on, P R. XL July, 433 
Authority In Religion, see under Bible and Biblical Criticism, Catholic 

Church, etc. 
Authors and Authorship, see under Literature 
Authoirs and Publishers, see under Literature. Copyright 
Autobiography, see under Biography, Letter- Writing 
Autocrat of the Dinner Table— John Belden, by 
XLVII. Apr. 634 (XXI. Apr, 370) 



Herbert Paul, N C, 



Autocrat of the Night— The Overseer In the Newspaper Office, by 

John Pendleton, Q W, XLI. Nov. 78X 
Autographs. Handwriting, ree Handwriting 

Autolatry : Apostles of Autolatrv, by Joseph D. Miller. A, XXIV. Dec. 608 
Automaton Orchestra : A Musical Curiosity, by M. Dinorben Griffith 

[ill.), 8tr. XIX. Mar. 340 
Automobiles, see Moton 
Autumn, see under Weather 
Avebury. Lord. (Sir John Lubbock) : 

On Munkipal Trading.(C R. LXXVIII. July, a8 ; and Reply to, by Robert 
Donald. C R, LXXVIII. Aug, 337 

On the Configuration of the Earth's Surface, with special reference to the 
British Islands, Q J, XV. Jan, 46 
Axemanship : A New-Worid Spcrt, by H. A. NichoUs {ill.), 8tr, XIX. 

June, 683 
Axon, Ernest, on Public Records and Public Libraries, LIbr A R, II. Mar, 

X4a 
Axon, William E. A., 

On a London Circulating Library of X743, LIbr, I. Sept. 1*77 

On the De Quincey Collection at Moss Side, Libr A R, II. Aug, 4x0 
(XXII. Sept, 363) 

On an Early German News-Pamphlet, Ant, XXXVI. Sept, 37^ 

On the Population ; Are More Boys than Girls born ? H, XVIL Dec, 430 
(XXII. Dec. 570) 

On a Visit to the Engelberg {ill.), Man Q, XIX. July, 335 
Aylesbury, Bucks : Women in Penal Servitude at Aylesbury, by Mary 

Ferroor {HI.), P M, IX. Mar, 375 (XXI. Mar, 884) 
Aylwin by Theodore Watts-Dunton, see under Watts-Dunton (Theodore) 
Ayrshire, see under Scodand 
Axabu, see under Japan 
Azores : A Story of Convent life in Fayal at the Beginning of tiie X9th 

Century, C J„III. Oct, 689 



Babar, Zuhelr-Ed-DIn Mohammed, lived 1483 — 15^0 : Was Abdu-r-rahlm 
the Translator of Babar's Memoin into Persian ? by H. Beveridge, A Q, X. 
July, X14. Ott, 310 
Babbage. Charles, (about X793 — r87x). and His Calculating Machine : 

A CalcuUting '* Philosopher^' by John Fyvie, T B, CXIX. Jan, 37 
Babies, see under Children 
Baby of the House of Commons — Richard Pr Ingle, by S. L. Hughes 

{ill.), C F M, XXXI. June, 63 
Babylonia (see under Assyriology} : 
"The Babylonians and Assyrians" by Prof. A. H. Sayce: Sociology and 

Science of Babylon, by John T. Carrington, 8c Q, VI. Mar, 300 
The American Excavations at Nippur, 5,000 Venn before Christ, by 

T. Waters {ill.), Aintlee, V. May, 391 
The Collection of Babylonian Tablets belonging to Joseph Oflbrd, by 

Theophilus G. Pinches {HI.), P E F, July, 358 
The Babylonian Tablet in the College M useum, Eeiriit, by Theophilus G. 

Pinches iH{.), P E F, Jnlv, 369 
Ancient Chaldea, by C. W. Leadbeater, Theos R, XXV. Feb, 553: 
XXVI. Mar, C6, Apr, X53 



32 



INDEX TO THE 



Bach, Johann Sbbastian. 



Barbpootb, Waltkr. 



Bach, Johann Sekiastlan, t68s — i7<o : How the Leipzig Bach Society came 
. to be, bv Prof. Kretzadimar, Mus, XVIII. May, 49 
Bacher, Prof. W., on the Cambridge Fragments of the Hebrew Text of Ben 

Sim, JewQ, XTT. Jan, 973 
Bacilli, Me Bacteriology 
Bacon, Francis, Lord, x 561—1696 : 

Bacon's Cipher on Shalcespeare's Tombstone, by Dr. R. M. Bucket Can M, 
XIV. Jan, 979 

The Bacon-Shakespeare Controversy, see under Shakespeare 
Bacon, Rev. John M., C. Middleton on (<//.}, Bun M, XXIX. Nov, 

748 

Bacterlolognf • 
Microbes ; Are They inherently pathogenic f by Maurice L. Johnson, W R, 

CLIV. Sept, 395 (XXII. Sept. 974) 
The True Aim of Preventive Medidne, by Arthur Shadwell, C R, 

LXXVIII. Dec, 579 (XXII. Dec. ^79) 
The Use of Bacteria in Our Food Producu, by H. W. Ccnn, Inter M, 

II. Sept, 979 
Bacterial Treatment of Sewage, see under Sanitation 
Bads^ot, Spain : The Storming of Bad^jos, xSxa, by Stephen Crane, 

Lipp. LXV. Apr, 579 
Baden-Powell, B. H., 
On the Proposed Ijiw regarding the Alienation of Agricultural Land in 

the Panjiib, A Q, IX. Jan, sx 
On British Land Policy In India (as regards Landlords), A Q, X. Oct, 

Baden-Powell, Mrs., and Her Pet Beet, by Margaret Collinson (f//.). 

Royal. IV. Mav, 99 
Baden-Powell, General R. 8. 8., 1 

Character Sketch {ffi.). R R Aue, XVII. July. 63 

Colonel Baden-Powell, by Mrs. S. A. Tooley (tf/.), L R, VIII. May, 3 

Mafqking and Gen. Baden-Powell ; a Siege and a Hero, by &nest H. 
Cooper {iii.\ Can M, XV. Aug, 991 

The Hero of Mafeking, by A. Mackintosh (aI/.), W H, IX. Aug, 995 
(XXII. Aug, X58) 

The Siege of Mafeking, etc., see under Africa 
Badges, see under Heraldry 
Badham, F. P., on Nelson at Naples, 1798, by Capt. A. T. Mahan, 

E. H, XV. Oct, 699 
Bagehot Walter, 1896— 1877, Leslie Stephen on, Nat R. XXXV. Aug, 036 
Bacley. Capt. Valentine, 1771— 1819 : llie Story of Whittier's '* Captim's 

Well," by Mary E. Desmond (tU.), C W. LXXI. Aug, 595 
Bahamas : 

The Bahamas, by Sir William Robinson, J R C I. XXXI. Apr, 3^8 

A Niffht In the Bahama Bush, by Miss Maude Dampier (i^.), W W, V. 
f aly, 4^8 
Bailey, J. C, on Stevenson's Letters. F R, LXVII. Jan, ot 
Bailey, Philip James,— The Author of " Festus," by J. A. Hammerton 

{iUX Pur. III. A.ig. 597 
Balllle, Admiral, 1756— xf96, F. P. Badham on, Bcot R, XXXVI. July, 

8x 
Bain, James, Jun., 

Librarian of the Toronto Public Library, by A. H. U. Colquhoun(af/.), 
Can M, XV. June, 31 

On Can;«dian Libraries, Libr J, XXV. Aug, 7 ; Same Article, Can M, 
XVI. Nov. 98 
Baker, Ada Bartrick, Poem by,— "Who rideth upon the Wings of the 

Wmd," Black, CLXVII. Jan, log 
Baker, 8ir Benjamin, Engineer {til.), Cas M, XVII. Feb, 350 
Baker, Ernest A., 

On a Guide-Book to Books, Ubr A R, II. Feb, 89 

On the Classification of Fiction, Libr W, II. Jan, 175 

On a Librarian's Diversions, Libr W, II. Feb, aox 
Baker, 8ir Bherston, 00 the Commission of lieutenancy in Counties, 

Law M, XXV. May. 975 
Baker, Bhirley (died 7) : A Missionary Who "ran** a Kingdom in Tonga, 

by Arthur Fralson (*«.). T M, IV. July, 869 
Baker, Rev. W., and the Merchant Taylors' Bchool {Hi.), P 8 M, 

VI. Sept, x6x 
Baking or Hot Air Cure, by W. B. Nortlirop («//.), 8tr, XX. Sept, 979 
Bala Lake, see under Wales 
Balance Wonderful— Exhibitions of Muscle, by H. J. Hohnes [^/.}, 

Harms, IV. Apr, ax x 
Baldry, A. L., 

On R. W. Macbeth (///.}, Art J, XVI. Oct, 989 

On Alfred Drury (i?/.), M Art, XXIV. Mar, axx 

On St. George Hare (tU.), M Art, XXIV. June, 370 

On George E. Wade {H/X M Art, XXIV. Oct, 537 

On Prof. E. Lant^t (j7/.), M Art. XXV. Dec, 80 

On T. S. Sargent (<//.), 8tu, XIX. Feb, 33, Mar, X07 

On l>astel (^.), M Art, XXIV. Apr, 977 

On the Art of 1900 (^/.), 8tu, XX. June, 3 (XXI. July, 97) 

On Messrs. Libeity (<//.;. Art J, XVI. Feb, 45 

On the Pictorial Poasibilities of the Stage (///.), Art J. XVI. Apr, 1x3 
Baldwin, Henry De Forest, on the New York City Charter Commission's 

Report, Mun A, IV. Dec, 768 
Baldwyn, C. H. C, Artist, and His Btudies of Young Birds (/?/.}, 

Artist, XXIX. Sept, 37 
Balfour, A. J., 

A. J. Balfour and the Century, by Frederic Harrison, Pos R, VIII. Oct, 
x68 

A. J. Balfour, by a Member of the House of Commons (i//. }, Q T, V. Mar, 
381 

Balfourian Amelioration in Ireland, by Horace Piunkett, N C, XLVIII. 
Dec, 891 (XXII. Dec, 551) 



Balfour, Lleut.-Col. Eustace, on the Peace Constitution of the Volunteer 

Force, U 8 M, CXLIII. Nov, 144 
Balfour, Qerald,<— Balfourian Amelituration in Ireland, by Horace Ploakett, 

NC, XLVin. Dec 891 (XXIL Dec. 551) 
Ball, J. L., and W. R. Lethaby, Architects of llie New Eagle Insurance 

BuUdiuRs, Birmingham (t//.). Arch Rev, VIII. Aug, 51 
Ball, Robert 8., Jr., on the Development of the Gas Engine, Cas M, 

XIX. Dec, Z49 
Ball, Bidney, 
On *' English Political Philosophy from Hobbes to Maine " by Prof. W. 

Graham, I J E, X. July, foo 
On *'The Distributkm of Income" by Prof. W. Smart, Eoon R. X. 
Apr, 955 
Ballads, see under Poetry 
Ballooning, Aerial Navigation : 
Experiments in Flying, by O. Chanute (iU.\ McCI, XV. June, xay (XXII. 

June. 89) ; Same Article («Z^.), Lud, X. Oct, 599 
Aerial Ships, by A. Forbes (f//.), Capt, IV. Oct, 70 
The Zeppelin Air-Ship, by T. E. Cuztis {ili.U 8tr, XX. Sept, 307 
Crunt von Zeppelin's Air-Ship; a Ship That flies, by G. Levering («2/.), 

P M, X. Sept, 958 (XXII. Sept, 970) 
The First Flight of Count ZeppeUn's Air-Ship, by Eugen Wolf {SI.), 
McCI, XVI. Nov, 3 : Part of Same Article (£//.), R R Aus, XVII. Dec, 

Percival Spencer and Hb Balloon Ascents ; Interview, by F. A. Talbot {h?.), 

W M, XII. Aug, 39x 
Three Amateur Aeronauts, by Mrs. Wolfishoo fa?/.), W W, VI. Nov, x68 
A Night in a Balloon ; an Astronomer's Trip from Paris to the Sea ia 
Observation of Leonids, by Miss Dorothea Klumpke i»U.), C M, LX. 
June, 976 
Rev. Tohn Ra'-oo ; a Sdentiiic Balloonist, by C. Middleton {$U.\ Sun M, 

XXIX. Nov, 748 
Mid-Air Observations, by Rev. John M. Bacon, K, XXIII. Jan. z 
A l^dv's Meteor-Hunt above the Qouds, by Miss Gertrude Baoon {Si.), 

W W, IV. Mar. 798 
In Search of the Corona, by Miss Gertrude Bacon (ili.), Lud, X. May, 17 
A Voyage in Cloudland, by Miss Gertrude Bacon (»//.), L H, XLVUL 

May, 69^ 
A Ghl's Adventures in Qoudland, by Miss Gertrude Bacon (aT/.), T M, IV. 

May, 70Z 
The Balloon as a War Machine, by H. Lawrence Swinburne {Hi.), Felld, 

II. Mar, SCO 
Balloons in War, by Gen. A. W. Gredy {Hi.), Harp, XL. June, 33 
Balmoral, see under Scotland 
Baltic (Cora Exchange), London, W. C. Mackensie; on {Hi.), W M, XIL 

Oct, 559 
Baltic Amber Mines, by M. Lane, 8c G, VI. Feb, 273, Apr, 33Z 
Baltimore : New England in Baltimore, by William T. Brigham (al/.), 

N E M, XXIL Apr, 918 
Baluchistan : An Orographic Map of Afghanistan and Baluchistan, by CoL 

Sir T. H, Holdich {ma/j, Q J, XXVI. Nov. 597 
Balzac, Honor^ de. 1799—1850 : 
Balzac, by George McLean Harper, Bcrib, XXVII. Ifav, 6x7 
Some Pecent Bakac Literature, by W. P. Trent, Inter M. I. Mar, 
Balzac's *' Cousin Pons*'; Mv Favourite Novelist and His Best Book, by 

Paul Bourget, Munsey, XXIII. Auk. 679 
On Modern Government, N A R, CLXXl. Dec, 769 
Bamforth, James, and Photography for Mairlc Lantern Blldea: 

Sentunent to Order, by P. Reynolds (///.), Harms, V. Nov, ^37 
Bampton Lectures. 1889. k>y W. R. Inge, on Christian Mysticism, see 

under Church and Christianity 
Bancroft, Frederic, 
** The Life of William H. Seward " by Frederic Bancroft, see under Seward 

(W. H.) 
On Cha5e, Sumner, Adamf, and Stevens; Some Radicals as Statesmen, 
A M. LXXXVI. Aug, 977 
Bancroft, Qeorge, z8o(>— 1891 : The Homes and Haunts of Geoige 

Bancroft, by Alfred S. Roe (<//.), N E M, XXIII. Oct, 161 
Bands, see under Music 

Bank Restriction Note by Cruikshank, 1818 :— A Bank Note that helped 
a Reformation, by Rev. J. A. Dron [Hi.), Q W, XLI. Oct, 689 (XXII. Oct, 

387) 
Banks and Banking, see under Finance 
Banks for the People, etc, see Savings Banks 
Banauets, Dlnneirs, etc., see under Food 
Baptism : Royal Christenings, by Marie A. Belloc (i//.). Bun 8tr, I. Jtme, 

657 
Baptists : 

The Baptist Twentieth Century Fund, by G. Home, Pur, III. May, 
•^69 

Fifty Years of Baptist Hbtory in America, by Prof. Henry Clay Vedder, 
B 8, LVII. Oct. 660 

llie Museum of the Baptist Missionary Society; Remarkable Trophies of 
the Mission Field, bv Rev. J. B. Myers {iii.). Bun M, XXIX. Mar, 190 

Baptists noticed, see Clifford (Dr.), Spurgeon (Rev. C. H.), Wilson (Rev. 
John) 
Barber-durgeons : The Ordinances of the Guild of Barber-Surgeons of 

Norwich (1684), by Charles Williams, Ant, XXXVI. Sept, 974, Oct, 993 
Barbizon Bchool, see under Art (France) 
Barclay, Messrs.,. Bankers, and Their New Bank In Fleet 8t. {Hi.), 

Arch Rev, VII. Apr, 163 
Bardic Tradition in Wales, see under Wales 
Bards, see under Poetry 
Barefoote, Walter, and the Quaker Women In 1062; His One 

Qood Deed, by Emily B. Smiih, N E M, XXIL Apr, 157 



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BASivAN, Nairnshire. 



PERIODICALS OF 1900. 



Baylissv Sir Wvks. 



33 



Bar^van, Nairiwhire : The Church of St. Ew«a at Bw^van, by H. U. 

Youn« (*/.). Rj|k VI Ja^ 41 
BAHn«-<ioul4. Rev. 6^ 
On Ightham Mote (i/A), M Art, XXIV. Oct, 517 
On Sister Dora; the Keoml oT a Noble UTe iiU,\ Q ii U. May* 691. 

Junc,775 
On Sl Clara (01.), Q R, III. DeQ 177 
On Constanda; Llaachler of Coastantiae the Great («r/.)i Q Rt H. Joly, 

On Persons buried alive. Lud, X. Aug, 391 
Barley, sea under Agriceltuie 
Barlow, Mies %laae, P^eti* Dv»nM Iw,— " Ghost<Beieft»" N«l R, 

XXXVI. Oct, 17J 
Barmouth : Geoiog^ around Bannoiath, by Joha H. Cooke («r/.)» 9c O, 

VII. lune, 6, July, 43 
Barnaoy Rudge, see under Dickens (Charles) 
Barnard, Dr. Henry, xSio— ilga : The Nestor of AaiertcaQ Education, 

by J.R., J Ed, XXf I. Nov, 675 
Bamardo, Dr.,— How Dr. Baraacda findi His B^ies, by Henry How {Hi.), 

Bun 8tr, I. Jan, 51 
Barnee't (Father Arthur Steplaton) "Bt. Peter in Rome, wsd Hie 



Tomb on the Vatican Hill ^ : A New Book on St. Peter's, bv Rev. 

Herbert Thurston, M, XCT. Apr, 40a; Raply to, by Father A. S. Banes. 

M, XCV. May, 511 : sad R^oindtf, l^ Rev. Habert Thaisten, M, XCV. 

May, 519 
Barnett Mra. a A., on Town ChiUreB ia the Country, N C, XLVIIX. July. 

100 (XXII. July, 47) 
Baron, Dr. Robert, — A ScotUi^h Schoolman of the Seventeemh Century, by 

Rev. John MacpherK>a. P R R, XI. Apr. 309 
Barr, Robert, on Literature In Canada : 

Rrowa, Waller J., on, Omn M, XV. lane, 170 

Winiamson, E. S., on. Can M, XV. Mar, 479 

Six Plies oa. Can M, XV. Ian. M 
Barrte, Maurice,— A Political Wiiter of France by Miss Hannah Lyock, 

C R, LXXVIII. Sept, 381 
Barrett, John, 

On American InteresU in Ckiae, R R A, XXI. Taa. 4a (XXI. Jan, s6) 

On America's Duty in China, N A R, CLXXI. Aug, 145 (XXII. Sept, 
a46) 

On the Crisis in China: Its Mennins for Eagbeering Interests, Cng M, 
XIX. Sept, 801 (XXII. Oa, «80 

Oa America m the Pacific. F. XXX Dec, 478 

On Cholera in Siam. McCI, XVI. Dec, 140 
Barrett, J. A., see " Stuart (Leslie) '' 
Barrett, Prof. W. F., on the So-called Diviaing Rod {Hi.), Pay R, XV. 

Oct, lao 

BiognkphicaC'by William WaUace (iZ/.}, Bkman, XIX. Nov. 40 : Same 

Article, Bkman A, XII. Dec, 334 
J. M. Barrio's Collie Days, by J. A. Haounertoo, Pur, III. May, 

3«7 
J. M. Barrie's Beginnings in Literature, by J. A. Haaunertoa, Pur, 

III. Apr, 300 
Some Characteristics, by J. A. Hammerten(i;£/.},T M, IV. May, 6*7 
Bairie and WomankincC by J. A. Hamnerton, Y W, Vill. Apr, t45 
Kirriemuir ; J. M. Barrie's Country, by Walter Hale (t//.), Bkman A. 
XII. Dec, 334 

Better Dead^; Barrie's Fira Book, by J. A. Hamnerton («r/.}, Y M, 
X!V.Mar,96 
*< Tommy and Grizd " by J . M. Barrie, A. E. W. Mason oa, Bkman, XIX. 

Nov. 44 _ 

Drama by J. M. Barrie :— "The Wedding Guest," F R, LXVIII. Dec, 1073 
Barrington. Rutland, Autobiographical, Unlvereal, I. May, 303 
Barrowa. Mra. laabel C. on Mrs. £Uen Johnson and the ShorDora Prison, 

Mass. (i//.). N E M, XXI. Jan, 6x4 
Barrowe, Dr. John Henry, 
Biographical, etc, by G. Frederick Wright (1?/.). N E M, XXIL Sept, 

65 
On the Ideals of Christian Education, B 8, LVII. July, 494 
Barrowe, Or. Bamuel J., 
On New Crimes and Penalties in the United States, F, XXVIII. Jan, 

On Some Things Americans may leun from Europe, F, XXIX. Apr, 217 
(XXIL Aug. 166) 

On Prooess in Penology, F, XXX. Dec, 449 

On the English Dorchester (O/.), N E M, XXIL June, 4S0 
Barry, Dr. William, oa the '* Master Christian" by Miss Marie CorelU, 

Bkman. XIX. Oct. 9 
Berth, Profeaaor Heinrich, and Hia Teachlna, by Henry G. GanoL 

Mue,XVILMar. 497 
Berth, Dr. Theodor. 

On Modem Political Germany, Inter M. 11. Aug, 296 

On England and Ormany, C R. LXXVII. May. 6ao (XXL May. 478) 
BarUet^ (Jamee Vernon) " The Apoetolic Age." Prof. J. Denuey on, 

Crit R, X. May. 353 
BaKlett, Edward, on the Zoo, by A. H. BroadweU (i7/.}, Btr, XX, Aug, 

aay 
Bartlett, Robert, 1817—1843 : A FoigottenTranscendentaliat, by Charles S. 

Forbes, N E M, XXlII. Oct, an 
Bartlett, W. C, on Forest Reservations in California, O M, XXXV. Mar, 

•43 

Bartlett. William, and Hia Deecent fk-om King Edward I., 

Qeneal M, III. Jan, 401 
Barton, W. B.. on the Harris Library and Mosenia, Prcatoa (i//.), M Art, 

XXV. Dec. 49 (XXIL Dec, S9^,) 



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Barto«*oa-Humber : Note on a Roman Vase recently found in Nortk 

Uncolnkhire, by T. Sheppard {a/.\ Ant. XXXVI. Apr. i«o 
Qartaa-la^tvoet, Yorkalilra : llw dd and New Cbtvchesof St. Michedb 

Rarton-ie-Street, by J. Charles Cox fi?/.}. Ret, VL Oct, az3 
Berwick, Q. F.. on Books priaied at Sea, Libr, L Mar, i6x 
Baeel, Bwitaarland; losuraaoe for t'le Uacaiployed in Basel, Y R» IX. 

May. 86 
Baeinntoke, Hampshire : 
Cavalier and Rooadhesd at Bastng Castle, 164*^ 1645, by H. H. Batip 

(<//.), T M, IV. Sept, i9A\ 
The Basingstoke and Alton Light Railway, by Axikw Kelty {iU,)^ ^M\ 14 
VII. Oct, 3a5 
Baskets : 
The Basket Indualiy ; an Irishaian ia S<^IaswigoHolaleii^ by J. T. Tatlow, 

N I R, XIV. Dec, 303 
How Iwliea Bwkett aie made, by H^sn M. Csrpealer (i^/.), Ooa, XXIX. 
Oct, 638 
Baaque Provlncea: 
Customs of the Western Pyreaees, 1^ A. R. Whitea-ay, E H. XV. Oct, 

6a s 
Meiiseval West - Pyrencin Women, by A. R. Whileway, Q M, 

CCLXXXIX. Sept. 27^ (XXU. Se;4. 9%) 
W^st-Pyreaeaa Marriages, by A. R. WhUeway, Q M, CCLXXXIX. 

Oct. 404 
West-Pyrene^n Doctors in the Mildls Ages, by A. R. Whiteway, Q M, 

CCLXXXIX. Nov. 490 
WestPyrenaan Fuatrals, by A. R. Whiteway, Q M, CCLXXXIX. 
De-, 559 
Base Fishing : A Bitabont Basi. by E. W. Sandys («tf.), O, XXXVI. June, 

a63 
Beatable, Prof. G- F., as tSe Budget of 1900, Econ J, X. June, so8 
Bastidea, Land of,— llie French Pyrenees, by Prof. Gfcavilte A. J. Cole, 

K, XXni. Aug. 187 
Basutoland, see under Afrk» 
Batchelder, Frank Roe, 
On the Washiagtoa Homss of New Englaad Btateenen (•</.), N E M, 

XXUL Dsc 3<e 
Poem by F. R. Batchelder :-" The ViUage Street" (i//.), N K M, XXL 
Jan, 6ia 
Batcheller, B. O., 
B. C. Batcheller, and His Pneumatic Tubes (i7/.), R R, XXI. Mar, 393 
On His Pneumatic Tube System for the JVeasatistVai of Mail aad 
Merchandise m.), Eng T, IV. Aug, 3^ 
Bate's (Percy H.) ''English Pre-Raphaelite Painters," Unsigned 

Article on (i//.), M Art, XXIV. Jan. 135 
Bateman (Lord) Ballad, Andrew Lang on, C, VIIL Feb, 185 
Baleeon, Mlaa Mary, on the Laws of Bretsuil, K H, XV. Jan. 7^ Apf, 30a, 

July, 496, Oct, 754 
Bateaon. Thomaa, on the Relations of Defoe and Harley, B H, XV. 

Anr, »38 
Bath : William Beckford ; the Sultan of Laasdowa Tewir, Bath, T B, 

CXX. Tune, 18a 
Batheaeton, Bomeraotablre : 
Batheaston; Sidelights on Somersetshire, by Gleaavoa (i//.), Lud, IX. 

Apr, 53) 
St. Catherine's Court: Stvlelights on Somorsetshire, by Qkosvoa (i/A). 
Lud, X. June, 151 
Bather. F. A., on Edrioasteroidea («^/.), Qeol M. VII. May, 191 
Bathing : Surf-B<«thing. by F. J. Wells [M.). O, XXXVI. Aug, 347 
Bathe: The Model Public B^ith at Brooklioe, by J. A. Stewart (Hi.), 

A J Boc, V. Jan, 470 
Bataon. Mrs. Btephen, on the Vogtis of the Gardea Book. N Q, XLVII. 

Jnne. 074 
Battersea. Lady, on the Spi/it of Aaiusemeet, 9ut\ M, XXIX. AnZi 505 
BattloBelde, see eoder Armies, History, etc. 
Battleahipa, see under Navies 
Bauer, M., Dutch Etcher, Arthur Tomsoa on (*//,), Btu, XIX. Feb, 38 

Mooatain Warfare in dis T>to1 ia 1809. by T. Bailey Saunders, U 8 M, 
CXLIL June, s^a 

Rothenburg and Its Historic Pacsaat ; the Draught Thai saved a Town, 
by C. F. Dewey (Hi.). E I, XXIII. June, 359 

Wagner and Bayreuh, see nnder Wagi»er (Richard) 

Obo-ammergau and the Passion Play, see Oberammergau 

A Visit to the Eagelbsig, by W E. A. Axen (aT/.), Man Q. XIX. July, 
335 

Contrasts hi Bavaria, by Prof. A. J. Cole. K, XXIII Jnne. lai 
Bavaria, Duke Carl Theodor of,— A Royel OcoUat and His Family, by 

C<ri Siewere (<//.). Lud, IX. Feb, 9>3 
Bavaria. Princess Ludwig of,— Tne Stuart Heiress (i//.), L R, VIIL 

Sept, 591 
Bavaria. Prince Ruprecht of.^lhe White Roae King, by Miss L. A. 

Smith (»7/.). T M. IV. Aug, 9W 
Bex, E. Belfort, on Patriotism, by Edward Spencer Be:sly, Poa R, VIIL 

Aug, 140 
Baxter, Arthur H., 

Scheme for the Decoration of a Bedroom, by A. H. Baxter (al/.), Artlgt, 
XXVII. Feb, 316 

Wallpaper Designs by A. H. Baxter, Unsigned Article on ({//.}, Artist, 
XXVIIL Aug, 180 X 

Baxter, Mrs. Lucy E., see " Scott (T eader)" 
Baxter, Richard, 2615^1691, H. Frieod on (a//.), Q T, VL Apr, si 
Bavlisa, Sir Wyke, 

On Art *, an Essential Element of the National Life, Bt Q, III. Jan. a 

On John Rnskin and His Creed, Bt Q, HI. Apr, 68 



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INDEX TO THE 



Baylv, Mrs. Mar v. 



Bei.ls. 



Bayly, Mrs. Mary, i8z6 — 1890? The Mother of Mothers' Meetings, ty 

D. Afcock (rV/.), 8un H, May, 494 
Bayonne, France : The Convent of the Silent Sisters at Bayonne, by Lena 

Iiennehy {«//.)i ^ XVI. Jan, 700 
Bayreuth Festival, see under Wagner (Richard) 
Beach Cusps, by J. C. Branner [Hi.), J Qeol, VIII. Oct, 481 
Beaconsfield, Earl of, 1805 — 18S1 : Disraeli and the Colonies, by W. 

Sichel, Black, CLXVII. Apr, 40^ 
Beale, Mies Anne, Governess and Writer : Extracts from Her Diary [ili)^ 

Q O P, XXII. Oct. 4« 6c, Nov, 89, n8, Dec, 165, 198 
Beale, Miss Dorothea, 

On Disillusioned Daughters, F R, LXVIII. Dec, 1070 

On Teachmg as a Career for Girls (i//.), Q R, II. Apr, 6ao 

On Imitation in relation to Habit, Ed R L, 11. Feb, 86 
Beale, Miss Sophia, 

On Woolbridge Manor, Dorsetshire ; the Home of the Turbervilles, T M, 
CXX. May, xo6 

On the Oberammergau Passion Play {ill.). Sun M, XXIX. June, 383 

On Drawing v. Brush- Work, J Ed, XXII. May, 293 
Bear, William E., 
. On the Next Agricultural Census, F R, LXVII Apr, 591 (XXI. Apr, 3- a) 

On Fumigation for Insect Pe-tts [ill.), J R A S. XI. June. 963 
Beardsley, Aubrey, 1873— 1898, Henry M. Strong on, W R, CL1V. Ju y, 

86 (XXII. July. 79) 
Bearne, Rev David, on Life in the Catholic Church; the Golden Stair, 

Ir M, XXVIII. Jan, »9, Feb. 60, Mar, 113, Apr, 213. May, 225, June, 37P, 

July. 435. Aug, 453, Sept, 509, Oct, 588, Nov, 52., Dec, 691 
Bears: 

Bears st School, by A H. Broadwell iillX Str. XIX. Jpn, 11 1 

Big Game of Canada, by C. A. Bramble li/l.). Can M, XIV. Mar, 464 

A Lady at the Bear-Raising Ranch, California, by Mrs. Helen Grey [ffl.], 
WW. VL Oct, 67 

Johnny Bear (in America^ by Ernest Seton-Thompson [ill.), Scrib, 
XXVIII. Dec. 658 
Beasley, B., of Brampton Park, Huntingdon, on the Cure of 

Stammering ; Interview, by P. Blathwayt (/'//.}, C F M, XXX. Apr, 574 
Beatson Family : The Story of the Surname of Beatson [Hi.), Qeneal M, 

III. Jan, 394, Feb. 435 
Beaufort, Henry Charles FitzRoy, Duke of, 1824—1899 : The Duke of 

Beaufort's Hounds after Wolf in France, by E. Bellecroix [ill.). Bad M, 

X. Jan, 7t 
Beauty, Appreciation of, see Aestheticism 
Beauty Factory in America, by C. M. McGovem {ill.). Royal, IV. 

S>ept, 408 
Beauty In Women : 

Beauty, by Harry lliun ton Peck [ill.), Cos, XXX. Dec. 176 

Beauties of Blood Royal, by Marquise de Fontenoy [ill.), Cos. XXIX. 
June, 129 

Well- Known Artists' Dreams of Beauty {ill.). Harms, IV. Mav, 291 
Beaux, Miss Cecilia, Poem by,— ** Rainless," LIpp, LXV. Feb, 37a 
Beaux: "The Reminiscences and Recollections of Capt. Gronow, z8io — 

i860" : A Chapter on Dandes, by W. E. Henlev, P M M, XX. Feb, 279 
Beaver Island, Mich. : Tames J. Strang ; the King of Beaver Island, by 

Henry E. Legler [ill.), 6haut, XXXI. May, 1-^% 
Bebel, Ferdinand Augusta, and Q. von Vollmar, by Prof. Georg 

Britnd'B, H, XVI. Apr, 929 
Becke, Louis. 

On the South Sea Islanders; Interview, by A. Lawrence [ill.), Capt, III. 
Aug, ^87 

On the Surrender of Samoa, and How It will affect Missionary Enterprise 
(Nra/), L H, XLVIII. Tan, 218 (XXL Tan. '9) 

On the Palu or Escolar of the Fauatorial Pacific, C J, III. Jan. ^7 

On the Man in the Buflfxdo Hiae; a Tru<s Story of the Cruelties of Li 
Hung Chang, L H, XLIX. Nov, S3 (XXII. Nov, 452) 
Beckford, William, 1760—1844 : The Sultan of Lansdown Tower, Bath, 

T B. CXX June, x8a 
Becauerel Rays, Oscar M. Stewart on, Phys R, XL Sept, 155 
Bedford, Mrs Herbert, see Lehmann (Liza) 
Bedford County Jail : A Notable Prison, by Lina Orman Cooper [ill.^, 

QW, XLI. Nov, 73a 
Bedfordshire, see Bedford, Dunstable, Toddington, Woburn 
Bedroom Decoration : 

Bedroom Decoration by F. Brangwyn, Unsigned Article on [ill.), 8tu, 
XIX. Apr, 173 

Bedroom Decoration Scheme, by Arthur H. Baxter [ill.). Artist, XXVII. 
Feb, 316 
Bed Wagons or Bed-Warmers, by R. Quick lill.), Rel, VI. Jan, 32 
Beech-Trees : Pruning the Great Beech Hedge of Meikleour, Perthshire, 

by Allan Blair [ill.), 8tr, XX July, 99 
Beeching, Rev. H. C, 

On Expression in Po'rtry, Nat R. XXXVI. Sept, zxo 

On Passion and Imngination in Poetry, Nat R, XXXV. June, 614 

On Izaak Walton's " Life of John Djnne." C, VIII. Feb, 249 

On the Church of England; Religio Liici, M R, 1. Nov, 8? 
Beer Soup— An English Defeat, 1468. by Major C. Field, Q W, XLL 

Dec, 842 
Beerbohm, Max, 

On Law and Humour; Ermine and Motley, C, IX. July, 68 (XXII. 
July. 78) 

On the Labels on His Hat-Box ; Ichabod, C, IX. Nov, 636 (XXII. Nov, 478! 
Bees : 

Instinct in Bees, by Lieu'.-Col. H. J. O. Walker, 8c Q. VI T. Aujj, 86 

Some Wonders of a Bee; Hidien Nature revealed, by Jamc- Scjtt [ill.], 
Lud, X. June. T48 

Mr*. Rade.i-Powe'l's Bees, by Margaret CoUinson [ill.). Royal, IV. May, 29 



Beesly, Edward dpencer. 

On the War in South Africa ; the Heel (f Achilles, Pos R, VIII. Jan. t 

On Conciliation in South Africa ; Never too late to n end, Pos R, VIII. 
Feb. 75 

On Political Hand- Washing, Pos R, VIII. Apr, 65 

On the Khaki Election. Pos R, VIII. Oct, 10 1 

On Army Reorganisation, Pos R, VIII. Dec. 213 

On English and French Militarism, Pos R. VIII. Aug, 134 

On Dr. J. K. Ingram's •'Outlines of the History of Religion," Pos R. 
VIII. May. 89 

On Posiiivists and Social Democrats, Pos R, VIII. June, 107 

On E. Helfort Bax and Patriotism, Pos R, VIII. Aug, 140 
Beet Sugar, see umier Sugar 
Beethoven, Ludvig van, 1770 — 1^27 : 

Concerning the Slow Movements of Beethoven, by F. Swayne, Mus, 
XVI II. iepr, 429 

Poem on Beethoven, by John H»ll Ingham, Lipp, LXV. Mar, 442 
Beetles : 

British Dumble-Dors, by E. J. Burgess Sopp [ill.), 8c Q, VL Jan, ««;. 
Feb, 26a 

Bri ish Cockchnfe s, by K J. Burgess Sopp (/./.). 8c Q, VI. Mav, 353; 
VI 1. June, 8 
Bege, Mrs., (Sister of Robert Bums), 1770— i8s8: Carlyle's Tjctters to 

Robert Chimbers on a Fund for Mrs. Begg, by C. E. S. Lhamfcers, C J, 

III. .Apr, at7 
Beggars : The Mendicity Society's Offices, Red Lion Square : a Beggar's 

Museum, by R. H. Cocks (///.), Q, Jan, 237 
Behar. see under India 

Beira Railway, see under Africa (Portuguese East] 
Beirut, see im-^cr Palestine 
Bekiarelli, Nicholas Q., on His Sixteen V'ears* Suflfering among the 

Dervishes («//.]. W W, V. Apr, 3, May, lis. June. 323 
Bel-Oeil, Belgium, J. R. Whiiliv on ///.), Universal. I. July, 47a 
Belcher, John, Architect: The New A.R.A. [ill.). Arch Rev, \1\. 

Mar, 126 
Belfast : Great Crii<iades in Belfast, by A. Mee [ill.). Pur, III. June, 467 
Belgian Art, see under Art nnd Arts nnd Crafts 
Belgian Literature, see Maeterlinck (Maurice) 
Belgium : 

England ani Belgitm. F R, LXVIII. Nov, 753 (XXII. Nov, 474) 

Proportional Representation, by J. R. Commons, R R A, XXI. May. te^ 

Proportional Keprf-sentation at d the Debates ui on the Electoral QQesci<.« 
in Beig um, by Ernest Mahaim, A A P 8, XV. May, 381 

The (lei.eral Saving* and Old-Age Pension Bank 01 Belgium, by W. F. 



Willonghby, J P Econ, VIII. Mar, 145 

Thrift 
July, 319 



Organized Thrift in Ghent, by Vance Thompson [ill,), Cos, XXIX- 



Variations in the Rate charged by the Bank of Belgium, 1851—1899, Bank, 

LXX. Oct. 441 
The Port of .Antwerp [^lans], Feild. 11. June, 66x (XXII. July, 79) 
The Flax Industry of Courtrai, J B A, VI. Mar, 505 
On Lace-Making in Belgium, by E. F. Johnson-Browne (tV/.}, C W, LXXI. 

July, 443 
Commercial Schools in Belgium, 8 B Q, IV. Nov, 394 
I'he Institut International de Bibliographie, Brussels, by R. R. Bowker, 

LIbr J, XXV. June, 273 
Belgian and Flemish Art, s:e under Art, Arts and Crafts 
A Holiday in Antwerp and Ghent; Away for Whitsuntide, C J, III. May, 

Bel-Ocil. by J. E. Whitby [ill.]. Universal. I. July, 466 

Chaudfontaine ; a New Discovery, by Matilda Creagh [ill.), Lud, IX. Feb. 
310 

Ghe t ; a City of Nunneries, by Herbert Vivian .ill.), W W, V^. Apr, 97 

Ghent : Where Dogs are used as Policemen, by J. E. Whitby [ill.), Vw Yt, 
VI. Nov. 14^ 

The Wedding Fetes of the Crcz-Doice u, by J. E. Whitby [HI.), W W, V. 
Sept, 578 

'Jhe .Marmot in P.clgiim : Wanted, the Pied Pi^er, by Mrs. J. E. Whitby, 
C J, III. Aug, 511 

The Belgians ai Waterloo, by D. C. Boulger, C R, LXXVII. May, 677 
(XXI. May, 478) 

The Waterloo Crunpai.n. see Wat-rloo Campaign 

The Felgian Antarctic Fxpeditioii, sec under Antarctic Exploration 
Bell. Professor, — Ihe Original of Sherlock Holmes, by A.M. ,<//.), Y M, 

XIV. Oct. 3^.5 
Bell, Mrs. Arthur N. d'Anvers) : 

On E. A. Abbey {ill.}. Artist, XXIX. Dec, 169 

On James Aumiaiicr v/V/.', 8tu, XX. .Aug, i^i 
Bell, Mrs. Hugh, 

On Some Difliculties inciJental to Middle Age, N C, XLVII. Mar, 459 
[XXI. Mar, 263) 

On the Merits and Demerits of Thrift, N C, XLVII. May, 830 

On the Influence of the Stage, M R, I. Oct, 112 (XXII. Oct, 38a) 
Bell. Mary, Poem by, -" Ad Filias Britanniae," Q R, 11. May, 717 
Bellay, Joachim du ('52; — i^fo), Poem by, — " Heureux Qui cotnme 

Vlysse," translated by J. j. Kllis. Lud, X June, 151 
Belleville Boilers on Ships, see under Navies 
Belllngham, Col. Thomas, i6j6 — 1721 : A Diary of an OflRcer unde* 

William III., by Sir H. Iklli. gh;.m, D R, CXXVII. July. 164, Oct, ?m 
Bells : 

On Tklls, by R. (,)uick [/// ), Rel, VI. 0.;t, 226 

Hells and Cliimc«, by Mj<lel Jo-scphinc Coats. Mus, XVII. Mar, 501 

I,in-I an-Lone, by K. J. C rowest ,///.i. Sun M, XXIX. Nov, 743^ 

Kate Kennedy's Bell at St. Andrews University (*//.), Q O P, XXII, De:, 
«t'3 



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35 



Beits and Beltings in Ens^ineering : 

Belt Pnlley;s ; th= Mechanical Transmission of Power, by W. E. Buck 
(i//.), Eng T, II. Jan, i^ 

Fil.rou* Pack'ngs and Uc'tiiics (<//.)» E"K T, Supp'ement, III Feb, 7 

The Compar.itive Values of Bet Pulleys, by George H. Firth \iii.\ 
EngT, III. June, 283 
Bemerton, Wiltshire : Life in Bem^rton in George Herbert's Time, by 

Rsv. lohn P. Hobson (#//.}> Sun H, June, 497 
B^nard, E., French Architect, and His Plans for the University of 

California, see under Uuiversities 
Benares, see under India 
Bench-Ends in Somersetshire Churches, by J. Henwood Blarney (^V.), 

Stu, XX. Sept, 936 
Bending of the Bough, by Qeorge Moore, see under Moore (Georgs) 
Benedict XIV., Pope (Prospero Lambcriini), ifi75 — 1758 : The I'apal 

Conclave of 1740, by W. K. Stride, Arg, LXXI. May, ax 
Benedictines, see under Munastfrie^s 
Ben^dite, L^once, on the Musee du Luxemboirg (i//.), M Art, XXIV. 

Aug, 4?^ 
Beneke, Paul,— The Hero in ati English Defeat, 1468, by M:«jor C. Field, 

Q W, XLI. Dec, 843 
Benevolent Assimilation through the Laity— Missions for the 

United States' New Possessions, by M. J. Kiordan. C W, LXX. Jan, 

539 
Bengal, see under India 

Benjamin -Constant, J. J., see Constant []. J. Benjamin) 
Bennett, John E , on California; the Worlds Lirgest Truck -Gardens 

[Hi.), Cos, XXVI 1 1. Mar, 495 
Benson, Archbishop, 18^9— 18>6 : 
I'he Life of Archbishop Henson by A. C. Benson : 
Buck 'and, Kev. A. R., on ^/V/.). Sun H, Mar, 294 
Holland, C:inon Scott, on, J Theol S. II. Oct, 26 
Rogers, Dr. J. Guinness, on. Pur, III. Apr, 330 
Unsigned Article on, Ch Q, L. Apr, 196 
A Model Anglican Archbishop, by Rev. R. F. Clarke, M, XCV. Feb, 

177, Mj«r, 238 
Bishop Whipple and Archbishop Benson : a Bishop and an Archbishop, 
by He ry C. Men*'in. A M. LXXXV. May, 705 
Benson, Arthur Christopher, 
A. C. Benson's Life of Archbishop Ben<on, ses Benson (Archbishop) 
Poem by A. C. Benson :— " To Her Majesty the Queen" (i//.), I C M, I. 
Nov, 5 
Benson, Frank R , and his Shakespeare Season at the Lyceum : 
Ths Fhel:)S of Today, by Helen Thimm (i// ), Universal, I. July, 4^7 
The Staging of Shakespeve, by Arihur Dillon, W R, CLVI. Oct, 427 
Mr. Benson and Shakespearean Drama, by Sidney Lee, C, VIII. May, 579 

(XXL May, 48 ) 
A Permanent Shakespearean Theatre, by H. Hamilton Fyfe, F R, LXVIL 
May, 807 (XXL May, 476) 
Bentley, Rev. W. Holman, on Piopeering on the Co igo ; Interview by Rev. 

R. Lovett («//.), Sun H, Apr, 364 (XXL Apr, 374) 
Benton, Joel, Poem by, — " Wcltschmerz," Harp, XL. Sept, 556 
Bentzon, Th., (Madame Blanc), on Pere Didon (<^/.), C M, LX. Sept, 735 
Benzene : Revision of Some Thermal Data Concerning Benzene, by K. 

'Isuruta, Phys R. X. Feb, xi6 
Berea College, Kentucky : 
The Southern Mountaineer and Rerea College, by Dr. W. G. Frost (///.)• 

R R A, XXI. Mar, 301 (XXL Mar, 262} 
The Educational Opportunity nt Herea '///.), R R A, XXI. Mar, 311 
Beresford. Rear-Admiral Lord Charles, 

Britain's Most Popular S'jilor, by J. H. Yuung {///.). Q T, VI. July, 264 
On Openings fur .Mechanical Engineers in China, Eng T, II Jan, 217 ; 

:^ame Paper (<V/.), Cas M, XVII I. Aug. 290 
On the Future of the Anijlo-Saxon Race. N A R. CLXXI. Dec, F02 
On the Rank-an«.i-File of the British Navy [Hi.), Str, XX. Oct, 370 
Berillon, Dr., and His Experiments with Hypnotism, by Kathleen 

Schlesinger and Charles Geniaux (i//.), P M, X. Aug, 220 
Bering Sea : A Snmmer Holiday in Berin? Sea with the Harriman Expe- 

ditioi, by Tohn Burroughs (///.), C M, LX. Sept, 714 
Berkeley, Stanley, on the Painting of War Pictures ; Interview, by R 

BUthwayt (<//.), Q T, VI. Apr, 24 
Berkeley. Cal., and the University of California, se: under 

Universities 
Berkhamsted School, Hertfordshire, by C. H. Greene (/'//. ^, P S M, 

V. Jan, I 

Berkshire (see aUo Reading ; Windsor Castle (under Vict >ria (Queen) ) ; 

Sandhurst (under Armte-) ; Tradfield College, Reading School, and 

Wellington College (un'ler Educntton); Realing Horticultuial College 

(under Horticulture) ; Broadmoor Asylum; Ascot (under R<cing^ ) : 

Chiracteristic Church Towers in Berkshire, by H. W. Brewer [Ui.), OOP, 

XXL Ian. 268 
On the Berkshire Downs, by John M. Bacon, New C R, VI 1 1. Sept, 

I'he Kennet and the Ijimbourne : Two Famous Trout Streams, by 

D. Stafford (///.), Bad M, XL Oct, 4^0 
In the Country, by J. W. Cole, Q M, CCLXXXIX. Sept, 291 
A Priest Hunt at Ufton Court, by A. A. Harrison ///.), St P, IV. Jan, 

35a 

Berlin, see under Germany 

Bernadotte, Jean-Baptiste-Jules. i7'^4— 1844 : The Founder of a Dynisty, 

by E. P. Thompson, Q M. CCLXXXVIII. Mar. 2^ 
Bernard. Claude, Physiol igist, 1813 — 1878, Dr. James J. Walsh on, CW, 

LXXI. July, 513 
Bernard, Simon. (1779— 1839', <^nd Sipodo— 1859 and 1900, by John F. 

Taylor. F R, LXVIII. Sept, 486 (XXII. S=pi, 279} 



Bernhardt, Sarah, 

The Greatest Living Actress, by Lionel Strachey («//.), Fr L, L. July, a 14 

Bernhardt and Coquelin, by Henri Fouc^uier (<//.), Harp, XLI. Dec, 63 

Madame Bernhardt's " Hamlet," by Miss EUz. Robins, N A R, CLXXI. 
Dec. 908 
Berry, Duke Jean of, (14th Century), and the Palace of Duke Jean at 

Bourges, by S. N. Vansittart (///.), Arch Rev, VII. Aug, 55 
Berry, Albert Graham, on the New Australasian Commonwealth, N C, 

XLVIII. Aug, 219 (XXII. Aug, 156) 
Berry, Dr. Charles Albert, 185a — 1899 : 

Lovett, Kev. R., op [ill.]. Sun H, June, 50X 

Owen, H., on, P M Q, XXII. Oct, $77 
Berry Pomeroy Castle, Devon : A Relic of William the Conqueror, by 

C. W. Wood [tli.), Lud, XL Nov, 62 
Bertrand, Prof. A., on Methods of Survey employed by the Chilean 

Bonn ary Commissions in the Cordillera of the Andes, Q J, XVI. Sept, 

329 
Besant, Mrs. Annie, 

On Spiritual Darkness, Theos R, XXV. Feb, 489 

On the Va.ue of Devotion, Theos R, XXVI. May, 163 

On the Nature of Theosophical Proofs, Theos R, XXVI. Jims, 336, 

July, 3^3 
On the Inner Purpose of the Theosophical Society, Theos R, XXVI. 

Aug, 550 
On Ancient and Modern Science. Theos R, XXVI I. Sept, 54 
On the Secret of Evolution, Theos R, XXVII. Oct, 13T 
On Thought-Power; Its Control and Culture, Theos R, XXVII. Nov, 369, 

Dec, 340 
Besant, Sir Walter, 1836^1901 : 
On Mark Twain's " Huckleberry Finn " : My Favourite Novelist and His 

Best Book, Munsey, XXI 1 1. June. 376 
On Robert Buchanan and Rudyard Kiplinsr; Is It the Voice of the 

Hooligan? C R, LXXVII. Jan, 37 (XXI. J.in, 46); and Reply to, by 

Robert Buchanan (Tne Ethics of Criticism', C R, LXXVII. Feb, aai 

(XXI. Feb, 2;6) 
On the Atlaniic Union, F, XXX. Oct, 245 (XXII. Nov, 468) 
On Journalists and the Society of Authors, Au, X. Ap', 345 
On Lhriitmas in Old London (i//.), C F M, XXXII. Dec, t8 (XXII. Dec, 

584) 
Betham-Edwards, Miss M., ses Edwards (Miss M. Betham) 
Bethnal Qreen Museum : 
EdwarJs, W. N., on (///.), Q T, V. Jan, 357 

Gordon, Helsn C, on (An East-End Treasure-HouM) (i7/.), E I, XXIII. 
May, 184 
Betting, see under Gambling 
Bhagabad Of ta, see Brahmanism under India 
Bhownaggree. Sir M. M., on the ludbn Famine ; Interview, by R. 

Blathwayt [ill.), Q T, VL Aug, 980 
Bible and Biblical Criticism (see also Articles nnder Church History, 
Jews. Church and Christianity, Religion ; Immortality, Holy Com- 
munion, Prayer; Religiius Mucation (under Education), etc., etc.): \ 
Biblical Archxjlogy, Miscellaneous (see also Subheadings Genesis, etc., 
ec, below; .Assyrioluj^y, Babylonia, Palestine, etc.) : 
Light fiom Archaeology on the Hittites of the Old Testament, by Dr. 

William H. Ward, Mom R, XXXIX. Feb, in 
Some Recent Confirmations of the Scripttires, by Rev. J. Urquhart, Sun 

M, XXIX. Sept. 577 
The Testimony of Ancient Monuments, by Prof. Sayce; Interview, by 
R. Blathwayt («//.). Q T, VL Aug, 312 . ., 

Inspiration, Hig >er Criticism, and (General Biblical Criddsm (see also Sub- 
headings Old Testament, New Testament, etc., below).: 
Biblical Interpretation or the Higher Criticism; Short Bibliography. 

Chaut, XXX. Ian. 356 
•• Encyclopaed.a Biblica " edited by Prof. T. K. Cheyne and Dr J. 
Sutherland Black : 
Davison, Prof. W.T.. 00, L Q, III. Jan, 1 (XXI. Feb, 153) 
Peake, Arthur S., on, P M O, XXII. Jan. 134 
Salmond, Dr. S. D. F., on, Crit R, X. Mar, i6z 
"A Dictionaiy of the Bible " edited by Dr. lames Ha<itings : 
Bennett, Prof- \V. H., on, Crit R. X. Nov, 483 
Davison, Prof. W. T., on, L O, III. Jan, i (XXL Feb, 153) 
Kennedy, Dr. H. A. A., on. Crit R, X. Nov, 491 
Peake, Arihur S., on, P M O, XXII. Oct, jy 
Unsigned Article on, Ch Q, LI. Oct, xao (X/Lll. Dec^ 584) 
"Auihority and Archaeology, Sacred and Profane " by Canon Driver and 

Others, Prof. T. M. Lindsay on, Crit R, X. Jan, 37 
Prof. A. B. Bruce and His Work, by John D. Thompson, P M Q, XXII. 

Apr, ^01 
Prof. McGiflert's Historical Methods, by Prof. W. P. Dickson, P R R, 

XL Jan, I 
Dr. W. H. Gretn and His Work, by Prof. J. D. Davis, P R R, XL July. 

337 
The Bible, by Dr. W. H. Graen, Mon, X. Jan, aSo; and Reply to, by 

Prof. C. H. Comill, Mon, X. Apr, 4^1 
Lines of Defence of tne Biblical Revelation, by Prof. D. S. Margoliouth, 

Ex. I. Jan, 33, Feb. Z41, Mar, xSo, Apr, 341, May, 321, June, 433; 11. 

July, 2<:, Aug 129. Sept, 229, Oct, 26a 
God-Inspired Scripture, by Prof. Benj. B. W.irfield, P R R, XL Jan, 
, 89 
Ihe Unerring Witness to the Scriptures, by Prof. Howard Osgood, 

P R R, XL Jan. 55 
Authority in Re igion, by Prof. H. C. Minton, P R R, XL Apr, aoi 
Alvanring Criticism on the Bible, Ch Q, L. Apr, 107 
The Bible in the Conditions created by Modern Scholarship, by Dr. 

Henry A. Siimson, B 8, LVII. Apr, 366 



36 



INDEX TO THE 



Bible and BisitrAL Criticisw.— Continued. 



Bible A«t> Biblical Cwrrci-ii.— Contiiniel. 



Blbl6 and Biblical Criticism— continued. 
lasoimaoiH Higher Cdtictsm, and Geoenl Hiblicid Criticitm-Kxmiiinied. 
Idedism mad Tbeolosy " by C F. d*Aior. Dr. j. Boms^bMm «n 



M 



Crll R, X. Jirty, 315 
rovide 



Science and Providence, by D. S. Cairns, C R, LXXVII. Mar, 358 

(XXI. Mar, a63) 
The Theological Significance of l^a^noies te Nacural PhikMopby, by 

R«v. P. R. Tamant, J TMol B> I. Apr, 347 
The Ethics of the Natural Man, by Rev. N. M. Stefleos, P R R, XI. 

July, ^61 
ITie Evolutionary Fad. by O. Frederick Wright, B 8, LVII. Apr, 303 
**The Doctrine of a Future life ia Imwi in Judaism, and in Cbris- 
liantty " ; Jowett Lactnrcs, 1808-9, by IVof. R. H. Charies, Dr. 
S. D. F. Salmond on, Crit R. X. Mar, x6f 
" The RItKhliBn Tlieology, Crittad and Coutroctive," by Alfred £. 
Garvia: 
Kant, Rev. W. H.. on. D R, CXXVII. Oct, 330 
Macldntosh, Rev. H. R., on, Crit R, X. Jan, 37 
The Ritschlian Theology, by Rev. W. Morvan, ExT, XI. Feb, six 
Ritschliasism and Church Doctrine, Ch 6, LI. Oct. sa (XXII. Dec, 584) 
RitKbl's ** Justification and Recoocaittioa " ; RitscM hi English, by 

Prof. James Denney, Ex T, XII. Dec, 135 
Schleiennncher and Ha Work, by Rev. Wtlluan Mot«an, Ex T, XI. JoAe, 

419 
The Century's Progress in Biblical Knowledge, by Dr. Benjamin B. 

Warfield, Horn R, XXXIX. Mar, 195 
Recent Developments in Biblical Cdtidsm, by Dr. WtUis J. Beecher, 

Horn R, XXXIX. June, 501 
The Scant Service of Negative Criticism, by Dr. j. K. Wilson, H*m R, 

XL. Nov, 403 
Theology and Modern ITiought, by Rev. W. H. Kent, O R, CXXVII. 

^Dcta 3SD 

Hedgehog Theology, by George Trobridce, New G R, Vtl. May, 337 
The Mariced Testament^ by A. £. T. Newman, New C R, VII. 

June, 494 
Wayfaring Theology, by George Avery, New C R, VIII. J nly, 50 
Recent Aspects of Scots Theology, by O.S., Sodte, XXV. Mat. 963, 

Aw, 365 
Prophecy and History, by Prof. Ed. KSnig, Ex T, XI. Apr, 305 
The Apocalrotic Orinui of the Expression "Son of Man/' by Pr '(. Fritz 

Hommel, Ex T, XI. May, 341 
The Evolution of Angels and Demons in Cfaristiim Theology, by R. 

Bruce Boswell, O Cl XiV. Aeg. 483 
Mercy, by Dr. James Wells, Ex T, XI. June, 403. July. 45s 
A Tyranny of Words, by Rev. S. E. Hickox, In Ch Q. XII. Jan, 38 
The Influence of the Bible opoe the Hnman Conscience, by Dr. J. E. 

RanUn, B8, LVIL Apr, 336 
The Mystery of Evil, by Thomas Ckahners, B 8, LVII. Apr, 379 
How does It stand with the Bible r by Alex. Brown, L Q, IV. J nly, 71 
The Symbols of the Bible, by Lhr. Frans Hirtmann, New Oy«le, XI. 

Mar, z6t ; Weal R, XII. Apr, tz. May, 96, June, 179 
The Characteristics of Bible Poriraitnre, t^ Dr. Geofge Matbeson. L Q, 

IV. July, X 
The Mirage, by Dr. James W«ns {Oi.), Sua M, XXIX. June, 389 
MUukes in the Bible, by H. W. Strong (rV/.), T M, IV. Ang, 9^7 
llxe Bible as a Guide to Heahh, by W. N. Edwards (/7/.), O, Feb, 303 
Nature's Illustrated Bible, by Rev. Hugh Macmillan {til.), Q, Jao, 2S3 
Nature's lUnstrated Bible, by Dr. McMierson (iU.), Q. May, 615 
Prophetic Musings on the Mount of Olives, by Rev. W. Preston (///.} Q, 

Mar. 466 
Religious Art, sec nnder Art 
llie Present Sutos of the Biblical Theology of the Oki Te lament, by 

Prof. G. S. Burroughs. B 8, LVII. July, 5x3 
Oreek Catenae of the Old Testament, Oh Q* L. Apr. 99 
Recent Works on the Old Tesument, by Ptof. W. H. Bennett, Ex. II. 

Oct, sta 
Israel before the Prophetic Refomurtion, by CG.B., W R, OLHI. Feb, 

X9a 
History Y)f the Jews, see under Jews 

The Ephraim Genealogy, by Hope W. Hogg. JewtQ. XIII. Oct. T47 
The ^udunisdc Sacrifice, liy Rev. A. H. if mm. In Oh Q, XII. Apr, 166 
Priesthood, by Miyor C. B. Mayno, In Ch Q, XII. July, a6i 
A Day's Journey, by Rev. Waher W. Grnmp, €x, if. Sept, stx 
The Uses of the Ola Testament for Edification, by Prof. A. B. Davidson, 

Ex, 1. Jan, 1 
Textsa-idTranslatiottsof die Old Tesument, see Subheading Transla- 
tions below 
The Hexateuch : Criticism of the Hexateuch ; the New Variations, by 

Patrick F. Coakley, IrC R, VIII. Dee, 495 
Genesis : 
A Stody -in BibKcal Ettgesia. by Dr. B. Tacdb, Jew Q, XII. Apr, ^34 
The Ethics of Creation, by Rev. Alexanaer Brown, L Q, III. Jan, 38 
The Origin mid Antiquity of Man, by Sir J. W. Dawson, Ex T, XI. Jan, 

The Economic Interpretation of the Fall 0/ Man, by Prof. T. N. Carver, 

fi a LVII. July, 483 
The Polychrome Bible tested by the Assyrian Flood-TabloC, by Rev. W. 

W. Everts, Horn R, XI>. Aug, 1*4 
The Fourtesnth Chapter of Genesis and Recent Research, by Prof. 

Morris Jastrow. Junr.. Jew Q. XIII. Oct, 43 
The Two Accoimts of Hagar ; Genesis xvi. and xxi. 8-^ax, by Prof. H. 

Gunkel, Mon, X. Apr, 331 
Joseph ; an Et^cal and Biblical Study, by Rev. Armstrong Black, Ex, 

I. Jah, 63, Feb, xx%, Mar, 2x7, Apr, a89. May, 444; ll. S>ept. 3x6, 

I>ec, 445 



Bible and Biblical Critlclem-coitfnBed. 
Exodei : On Ae QeeMioa oTthe Exodus, by A^. J. V. I\AiA , Ex T, XI. 

Feb, aos. Mar, 351, Apr, 3x9, June, 4C0, Attt, 303 
Deuteronomy : 
A New View ef Denteienemy, by Prof. G. G. CaUtoren, Ea T, XIL 

Oct, 15 
A Rhetorical Fipue in the Old TeataUMBt (Deut. v. 3}, hf PtoT. 

Hommel, Ex T, XI. July, 939 
Books of iQufs nad Cfaronides : 
" Die BOcher der KOnige" by Prof. D. R. Rhtei, Rev. A. C. Wdch en, 

Crit R. X. May, 330 
Isairii vii. x, and 11. Kings xvi. 5, hfVtof. R. Bndde, Ex T, XI. Apr, 

337 
Jacfain and Boaz; P9hrs of the Temple, by Geeife St. Clair, W R, 

CLVI. Oct, 4ex 
Concerning the Dele ef Clnum d e a , by Rev. K. D. Mnomillan, P R R, 

XI. July, 507 ^ 

WelUuutten and the Oironider, by Rev. J. A. Howfett, D R, C^SCVI. 

Apr, 391 
Motes en Genealogies of the IVike of Levi in I. Chrun. xxiii.— xxvi., 

by Dr. M. Berlin, Jew Q. XII. Jan, S9X 
Ezra and Nehenriah : 
1\t Gompoaitioii of Ae Book of Eara, by Rev. J. O. Boyd, P ft R, XI. 

Apr. a6x 
The Documents of the Book of Ezra, by Rev. J. O. Boyd, P R R. XL 

July. 414 
The Historicity ef Eva, by James Oku Boyd, P R R, XL Oct. 56S 
Israel's Restoration in the Persian Period, by Rev. J. Dick Flemiing, 

Ex T, XL Apr, 396 
Job : 
The Drama of Job, by Rev. C3iarles H. Diddnson, B 8, LVII. Jaa, 

68 
The Unity of Job, 1>y Prof. D. S. Mai^liomh, Ex, I. June, 4ea : IL 

July, 35 
The Psahns : 

Psalm Problems, by Prof. Karl Budde, Ex T, XII. Dec. xjn 

llie Inscriptions of ihe Psalms, by C. Martin, P R R, XL Oct. 638 



The National Element in the Psafan^, by Edward Favquhw, Cona R, IV. 

Dec. 300 
The Argument from SBenoe : Lines of Defence of the BibKad RewlataoB, 

by Prof. D. S. Margofioudi, Ex, 11. Aug, 199 
Ibe Songs of the Ascents, Psalms cxx. — cxxxiv., by Rev. David Sauth. 
ExT, XIL Nov, 6a 
Provffbs: 
■^Die Sprftdie erklfirt" by D. G. Wxldboer, Prof. James Gilroy ea. 

CrR R. X. Nov, 531 
*' Die Sptache uberseut upd erkl&rt " by L. W. Frankeabergr, Prof. 

Jamrs Gilroy on, OrR R, X. Nov. 5:^1 
Etwas fiber die Peslta zu den Proverbien, by Dr. H. P. Cbaies (ia 
German). Jaw Q, XIII. Oct. 63 . 
Son^ of Solomon : 
The Song of Songs ; an Exposition, by Rev. Charles E. Convin, Ham R, 

XL Nov, 4«6 
Is the Song of Songs a Mystical Poem ? by Rev. M. Keirfniann, Esc, H. 

CX:t, 34X 
Canticles v. 73 and vii. r, by Prof. T. K. Cheyne.^law Q, XIT. Jsi, jfle 
ls»iah : 
"Das Buch Jesaia " by Prof. Karl Marti, John Taylor on, Ea T, XII. 

Nov. 65 
The Unity of Isaiah, by Prof. D. S. Maigeliouth, Ex, I. Apr, 349, 

Mav, |ax 
Isaiah of Jeruselem as a I^eacher of Moral and Reigions Reform, fay 



by Dr. 



Dr. Cunningham Geikie, Hem R, XXXIX. Anr, 
Isaiah of Jeriiaalem as a IVeacher of NationM Rig 

Omnittgham Geikie, 4iotn R, XL. Aug, 106 
Isabh vn. x, and It. Kmgs xvi. 5, by Prof. K. Bodde, Ek T, XL 

Apr. 337 
A Fresh InterprettftioU of Isaisfti xxi. x— ^o, by Dr. W. Esnerf B m a o , 

J. Theol 8. I. July. 583 
Strophic Forms in Isa&ah xlvii., by Pl-of. D. H. MftUer, Oew Q, XIL 

J»n,377 
Jeiemiah : 
llie Book of Jeremiah, by Natiiantel Schmidt, New W, IX. Dec, S«5 
A Rhetorical Figure in the Old Testament (Jer. vii. na), by Prvi: 
Hommel, Ex T, XL July, 439 
Ezekiel : 

Ezekiel's Vision, by L. V. Stem, Rew Cycle, X4. Jen, T5 
llie Opening Verses of the B jcA( ef Ezekiel, by Pkef. Karl BadAe, Ex T. 
XIL Oct, 39 
Amos : 



Amos, by Dr. J. M. Dawson, Ex T, XL July, 
The Thunders of the L rd in Amos, by t. C. 



June, 460 



ly. 44« 

€. Burkht. Ea, I. Apr, 308, 



Amos v. 9x— <a7. by Rev. W. Musn-Amolt, Ex, II. Dc%, 414 
The Book of Jonah, by Rev. T. M. William, Ex T, XIL Nov, 77 



IL 



The Royal Ancestry of 2Sephaniah, by Rev. G. Buchanmx Gitiiy, E 

July. 76 
New Te-stament Ciiticism, Miscellaneous : 

" Einleitung in das Neue Testament '* by Dr. T. Ztflui, Vn€, R. J. 

KnowKng on, OrK R, X. Jan, sa 
Theodor Zahn's Vindication of the New Testament Books, l>y fteC 

George H. Sdhodde. Horn R, XXXIX. May. 403 
Recent New Testament Cummentaries, Ch Q, LI. Odi, 1 
Survey of Engllsih Literature on the New fWmnent, hy Arof. Menei 
Dods, Ex, 1 1. Aug, «55 



BiBiB AHD Btbltcal Csitictsm.— Continued. 



PERIODICALS OF 1900. 



BnLC ARO Biblical Oki tio'Sm ^■^ontiniwd. 



37 



Blbl« and Biblical Criticitm-^smtiiiiied. 
New Testament Criticism, Mlsodhmeon s ' ' tuBli nned. 

'* Theology of the New Testament" by Praf. Stevens. F. RidiardsoB on, 

^MQ, XXII. Oct. 7t3 
New T> st«n ic ui Grnichm ; the New Varintions, by Rev. Patrick F. 

ODdklejr. 1r E II, VII. Jan, 17 
Some Rdbbtaic ParaOdb to the New Testatneat, Vy Prof. S. Schechter, 

Jaw Q, XII. Apr, 4x5 
The Onuiea ti God, by Pl<of. Benj. B. Warficld, P R R, XI. Apr, 917 
" Christian Mysticism ** by W. K. Inge, R. C. Graham on, P M Q, 

XXII. Apr, 064 
Foffgivencss, by A. M. Ckane, MaM R, XIII. Aug, SB 
Dr. Van Drka o« an Age of Donbc attd a World of Sin, Unsigned Article 
on. Ch Q. XLIX. Jaa, 369 
be MnriomuT Methodi oT^ Apoades, by Rev. John Reid, Ex T. XI. 



Jan, 256, Mar, a66^ Apr, 360, June, 411, July, 448, Aug, 508, Sept, 

The Samariuns, by Dr. J. E. H. Thomson, Ex T, XI. May, 375 

On Certam Obeonra Names in the New Testament, by Prof. J. Rendd 

Harris. Ex, I. Mar, 161, Apr, 304 
The Passion Plav at Oberammergati, see Oberammeigan 
Other Passien PSaya, aae Passion Plays 

" The Gospel Proolems and Their Slolnti'^ ** by Joaeph Pafaner, Arthur 

S. BBalce on, P IN Q, XXII. Apr, 366 ; Rq>ly to, by Joseph Palmer, 

P M Q, XXII. Oct, 658 ; and Rejoinder, by A. S. Peake. P M Q, 

XXU. Oct, 659 

The *' Gospel of Peter" and the Recoemtion in the Church of the 

Caanoicai Gospels, by Dr. V. H. Stanton, J TKeol 8, TI. Oct, x 
The Gospels in the Earlv Church, by Rev. J. MacRory, Ir E R, VII. 

Apr. 357, May, 485; VIII. July, 47 
Gespd PamUeb from Pftli Texts, by A. J. Edmunds, O C, XIV. Feb, 

XI 4, Apr, 346, June, 3^8 
The Synoptic Qeescioa, by OreMo Cone, New W, IX. Sept, 516 



A Plea for the Logia, by Prof. W. Sanday, Ex T, XI. July, 471 
•TieDeaihof St-irtir " " — '- -- -^ ' - « -^'' • - 
I. July, 507 



The Death of St. jcrtin the Baptist, by Prof. S. SoRertinsky, J Theol 8, 



Hie Gospel of St. Matthew : 

Did St. Matthew and St. Luke tue the L(«ii 7 by Rev. W. C. Allen, 

Ex T, XI. irate, 404 
Some Intenial Evidence for the Use of the Logia in the first and Third 

Gospels, by Canon Sir J<4n C Hawkins, ExT, XII. Nov, 7a 
What nave We gained in the Sinaitic Palimpsest ? by Mrs. Agaes Smith 

Lewis, Ex T, XII. Nov, 56 
The Drpeadenoe of St. Matthew upon St. Maile, by Rev. W. C. Allen, 

Ex T, XL Miir, 379 
Rwhleoomcis and Afaasg^ng and Matt. vi. i, by A.B., Ex T, XL 

Mav, 379 
The Pray«rwhh reference to Self-Made Temptations (Matt, vt 13), by 

Rev. A. T. Bnrbridse, Ex, I. Feb, laa 
Siaglenesa of Vision (Matt. vi. n, «3), by Rev. A. T. Bnrbridge, Ex, 11. 

Oct,e77 
I'he Pem and the Comfort of £xp3sare (Matt. x. a6}, by Rev. James 

Moffatt, Ex, II. Nov, 361 
The Servant of the Lord in the Gospel according to St. Matthew, by 

Rev. George MlUigan, Ex, II. Dec, 463 
The Gomel of St. Mark : 

*'^ Mark*' by Dr. Henry B. Sn^ete, Dr. A. Phunmer on,<J Theol 8, 

L Juy, 61 j 
Tke Orif^ud Language of the Gospel according to St. Mark, by 

Rev. W. C. Allen. Ex, I. June, 4^6 
"What have We gained in the Sinaitic Palimpsest 7 by Mrs. Agnes Smith 

Lewis, Ex T, XII. D^. Z15 
The Dependence cf St. Matthew upon St. Mark, by Rev. W. C. Allen, 

Ex T, XI. Mar, 379 
The Peril aad the Comfort of Exposure (Mark iv. aa), by Rev. James 

Mof&tt, Ex, II. Nov, 381 
TheGoepel cf St. Luke : 

Did St. Matthew and St. Luke use the Logia? by W. C. Al'en, Ex T, 

XL Mar, sto 
Some Interaal Evidenpe for the Use of the Logia in the First and Third 

Ooapels, by Canon Sir JobmC. Hawkins, Ex T, XII. Nov, 7a 
On the Lucan Interpretation of Christ's Dcatn, by Rev. George MilKgan, 

Ex, n. July. 69 
St. Lake mid Joeephos, by Rev. John A. Crosft, Ex T, XI. Sept, 538 
llie Peril and the Comfort of Exposure (Luke viii. 17 and xii. a), by 

Rev. Jaases Moffint, €k, II. Nov, 381 
The Prayer with reference to Self-Made Temptations (Luke xi. 4), by 

Rev. A. T. Buibridge, Ek, T. Feb, xaa 
SInslaness of Viskm (Lake xi. 33—36], fay Rev. A. T. Bnrbridge, Ex, 

iT. Oct, 277 
Effective Pulpit Presentation of the Parable of the Prodigal, by Dr. 
CoBBin^ham Geikie, Horn R, XL. Dec, 491 
The Goqpel of St. John : 
'**Das Johaonesevang^um ** by Prof. B. H. H. Wendt, Rev. H. R. 

Mackintosh on, Crft R, X. Nov. ;i8 
The Judean Ministry of Jesus, by Rev. T. D. Bernard, Ex T, XII. 

Oct, T1 

Two Chapters ef St. Joha in Greek and Middle Egyptian, W. E. Crum 

and F. G. Kenyon on, J. Theol 8, 1. Apr, ^15 
The First Miracle and the Exaltation of Chri<it s Human Nature (John ii. 

1), by Rev. Newport J. D. While, Ex, 1. Mar, 177 
Ttvttspositions of Text in St. John viii., ix., nud x. i— aa, by Rev. P. M. 

Strayer. J Theol 8, 11. Oct, 137 
Tkaamoshions of Text in St. John xviii. tjr^s, by C. H. Turner, 

«| Theol 8, II. Oct, 141 



Bible and Biblical Critlclanfi— cemiuu ed. 

The Incarnation aad Divinity of Christ, etc : 

Tfte Life of Jesus Oirist, by Inn Maclarea (sT/.), 8utl 8tr, I. Jan, 4 

(XXL Jan, 61), Feb, 183, Mar, 343, Apr, 363, May, 483f Jane, 603; 

II. July, 3, Aug. t4T, Sept, 896, Oct, 363, Nov, if^ Dec, «x8: Same 

Article* (fV/.), McCI, XIV. fan. 199, Fc\ 393, Mar, 39T, Apr, 487; 

XV. May, 3, Jane, 177, Jidy, «79, Aug, 369, Sept, 4501 Oct, 535; 

XVI. Nov, «. Dec, 1x6 

Our Prreeat Knowledge of the Lilb of Christ, by Dr. James Stalker, 

C R, LXXVII. Jan, 134 
Recent Studies in the Life and Teacbiag of Jesvs, by R. Martin Pope, 

L a IV. July, 46 
** Nativity and Modem Historicaa Research; a Reply to Prof. Rai«say*s 
Thesis" by James Thomas, Dr. Geoige Milligaa on, Crit R, X. 
Sept, 397 
The Nativuy in Art, see under Art 
"The Spirit and the Incarnation'' by Rev. W. L. Walker, R. G. 

Graham on, P M Q. XXII. July, 4^4 
The Title *'The Son of Man," by Prof. Mikmi G. Evans, B 8, LVIL 

Oct, 680 
The Character and Pers ^ of Jesus Christ, by Dr. Camten M. Cobem, 

Mom R, XL. Dec, 496 
The Personality of Jesus and His Historical Relation to Christianity, by 

Dr. PaulCarus, Mon, X. July, 573 
Christ and Human Emotions, by Pmendary B. WUtefoord, Ex, I. Mar, 

Our Lord's Bmfaien— Who were They? by Rev. E. F. Brown, In Oh Q, 

XII. Apr, 176 
Onr Lord's Brothera, by Prof. N. G. Mukeiji, In Ch Q. XIL July, 355 
Christ and Andrew, by Prof. T. Harwood Pattison, Ban H, Oct, 797 
l^tif. Deissmann on Jesus at Prayer, by Prof. J. S. Banks, Ex T, XI. 

Mar, 9JO 
DM Jemis pray with His Disciples r by Dr. D. W. Forrest, ExT, XL 

May, 35a 
The Privets t^crsonal Interviews of Onr Lord, by Prof. Handley Moule 

(«//.). Q. Apr, 538, Mav, 656 
Christ's Dealings with Womanhood, by Rev. F. B. Meyer, Q, Au;, 940, 

Sept. 1003 
The Period ^ Donbc among tSe Rnends of Jeao^ by Prof. E. I. 

Bosworth, B 8, LVIL July, 445 
Christ the Teacher, by Bishop Boyd C a r p e n ter (a/?.), Q, Nov, 30, Dec, 

166 
*' The Cfaristology of Jesns" by Dr. James Stalker: 
Adeney, Prof. W. F., on, Crit «, X. Jan, 64 
Haddon. B., on, P M Q, XXII. July, 413 
The Teaching of Jokus concerning the Rich, by Profl F. G. Peabody, 

Rew W, IX. June, 333 
** Die Gleichm«reden jesu * W Prof. A. JOtcher : 
Sanday, Prof. W., on, J Theol 8, I. Jan, 261 



Stewart, Rev. G. W., on. Ex, I. Mar, 831, Apr, 3x1, Jtme, 461 
~ ■ ■ ~ - - - - ^^^r, Horn R, XK] 

Jan, 33 



The Parabolic Sermon, by Dr. Cornelius Walker, Horn R, XKXIX. 



Ibe Motive for lAie Miracles, by Jesse A. Cfaass, 6 8, LVIL Jan, 154 
A Study of J«sns from the Vtew-Point of Wit and Humour, by G. w. 

Buckley, OC, XIV. Mar, 158 
The Seal of Christ, by Dr. Paul Cans {dU.\ O C, XIV. Anr, vwg 
Jesus Christ as Missionary, by Dr. Lyman Abbott {SL), Q, Jane, 69T, 

Jtrty, 837 
Savonarola and Jesu<, by Rev. J. W. Buckham. S 6, LVIL Oct. 748 
Calls to Discipleahip, by Pro!. Marcus Dods (r./.). Q. Feb, 931, Mar, 4x5 
llie Doctrine of the Kenosis, by John Pinchen. P M Q, XXlT. Apr, a;^8 
**' The Ascent through Christ** by £. GriflYth Jones, Prof. J. Iverach on, 

Crit R, X. Jan, 43 
Onr Lord's Vision of Che End, by Canon Winterbothom, Ex,' 11. 'Dec, 

4or 
The Baptism, Festinr, and Tentptation of Jesns, by Archbishop 

Alexander {$/i. ), Q, J an, ao^ 
' ChHst's Three Judges, by Rev. W. M. Macgro^or : ' '-' 

Caiaphas. Ex, I. ]Tuae, 407 *- 

Pilate, Ex, II. July, 59 . 

Herod, Ex. IL Aug, 119 
The Story of the Passion as told in* the Church's Hyrnna, by E. Lyell 

Earle («//. ), C W, LXXI. Apr. 46 
The Crucifixion as an Evolutiooary Force, by Rev. W. W. Pejrton, C R, 

LXXVn. Apr, 49t. Mav, 701 (XXI. May. 464) 
The Crucifixion and the War in the Creation, by Rev. W. W. Peyton, 

C R, LXXVIILOct. 5i8(XXTI. Oct, 379.). Dec, 835 (XXH. Dec, 573) 
The Reanrrection of Our Lord JesiM Christ, by Dr. J. Stalker {M.), 

Bun 8tr, 1. Apr, 436 
The Resmrection the Central Fact in Christianity, by President H. G. 

Weston. B 8, LVIL Oat. 696 
The Belief in the Restirrection of Je>us and Ibi Permanent Significance, 

by Prof. P. Schti'artKkopff, Wlon, XI. Oct, 1 
The Atonement, by Prgf. Pranld'n Johnson, Horn R, XL. Sept, 3x7 
Some Mod-mi WriteVon the Atonement, Ch Q, LI. Oct, zft> 
Ibe Atoning Work of Christ, by Archbishop Alexander, Q, Oct, 1077 
Line Judische Legende von der .\ufiindung des Kreuzes ^in German), by 

Dr. Samuel Kraiiss, Jew-Q, XII. July, 718 
Christ in Art, se: under Art (Keligioufi) 
Th= Acts of the Apostles and the Apo;itolic Age (see also Articles onJer 

Church History) : 
•'The Apostolic Age " by J. V. Bartlet. Prof. J. Derniey on, Crit R, X. 

May, »«3 
The Holy Spirit in the Early ibxMtolk: Age, by "Pxdf. R.A. Falconer, 

PRR, XL July, 438 



38 



INDEX TO THE 



BiBLB AND Biblical Criticism.— Cootinued. 



BiCKRRSTBTH, BlSHOF EOWARO. 



Bible and Biblical Criticism— contiausd. 
The Acu of the Apostles and the ApostoUc Are— continued. 
The Acu of the Apostles, by Prof. W. M. Ramsay, Horn R, XXXIX. 

Jan. 3 
Some Recent Editions of the Acts of the Apostles, by Prof. W. M. 

Ramsay, Ex, II. Nov, 331 
A New Date Indication in Acts, by W. P. Workman, Ex T, XI. 

Apr, 316 
The Early Visits of St. Paul to Jerusalem, by Prof. R. ^. Falconer, 

Ex T, XI. Aug, ^87 
St. Luke and Josephus, by Rev. John A. Cross, Ex T, XI. Sept, 538 
The Church at Antioch, by Prof. J. M. Stifler, B 8, LVII. Oct, 645 
The Election of Matthias ; the First Act of the Apostles (Acts i. 16—25), 

by Rev. Arthur Carr, Ex, I. May, 388 
Acts iv. 34 and v. 39; Two Important Glosses in the Codex Bezae, by 

Prof. J. Rendel Harris, Ex, II. Nov, 394 
Notes on Acu ix. 19 — 95, by Rev. John A. Cross, Ex, I. Jan, 78 
St. Paul and Pauline Theology : 
The Pauline Chranology, by Prof. William M. Ramsay, Horn R, XL. 

Dec, 483 
Prof. Ramsay on the Incidence of Passover and the Use of German 

Authorities, by E'rof. Benj. W. Bacon, Ex, II. July, x ; and Reply to, 

by Prof. W. M. Ramsay (A Second Fixed Point in the Pauline 

Chronologv), Ex, II. Aug, 8x 
Back to Christ through Paul, by Prof. William C. Wilkinson, Horn R, 

XL. Aug, ZI3 
The Gospel according to St. Paul, by Rev. C. Anderson Scott, Ex, II. 

Sept, *o9 
St. Paol's Equivalent for the " Kingdom of Heaven," by Prof. W. 

Sanday, J Theol 8, 1. July, 481 
St. Paul and Apostolic Succession, by Rev. W. Weber, Mon, X. July, 50X 
From Paul to John, by Rev. J. Warschiuer, New W, IX. Mar, 49 
Was St. Paul in Spain ? by Rev. Louis O'Dooovan, ACQ, XXV. Apr, 

Epistle to the Romans : Ministering in Sacrifice (Romans xv. 16), by 

Rev. C. Anderson Scott, Ex, I. Feb, 130 
Epistles to the Corinthians : 
Historical Commentary on the Epistles to the Corinthians, by Prof. 
W. M. Ramsay, Ex, I. Jan, i9t Feb, 91, Mar, aoj, Apr, 373, May, 
380: II. Oct, a87> Nov. 368, Dec, 439 
The Letter of the Corinthian Church to St. Paul, by Prof. G. G. 

Findlay, Ex, I. June, 401 
A Study uf First Corinthiaiu, by J. B. Lawrence, B 8, LVII. Oct, 760 
A Point in the Christology of First Corinthians, by Rev. Newport J. D. 
White, Ex, II. July, 15 
Epistle to the Galatians : 
An Historical Commentary on St. Paul's Epistle to the Galatians, by 

Prof. W. M. Ramsay, Rev. D. Walker on, Crit R, X. Mar, 138 
The Date of the Epistle of St. Paul to the Galatijns, by Emilie G. 

Brig{s, New W, IX. Mar, 1x5 
The barlv VisiU of St. Paul to Jerusalem, by Prof. R. A. Falconer, 
Ex T, XI. Aug, 487 
Epistles to the Thessalontans : Recent Criticism of the Epistles to the 

Thessalonians, by Prof. G. G. Findlay, Ex, II. Oct, asx 
"The Epistle to the Hebrews" by Ftof. A. B. Bruce, Dr. S. T. 
Lowrie on, P R,R, XI. Jan, x6o 
The Apocalypse : 
Maran Atha; the Second Coming of Our Lord, by Prof. George G. 

Findlay, Ex T, XII. Dec. X03 
Can We see Any Preparation for the Second Advent t by Mrs. Agnes S. 
^ Lewis, LQ, IV, July, 89 

Translations and Texts of the Bible (see also Subheading Apocryphal Books 
below; : 
" The Old English Bible and Other Essays " by Dom F. A. Gasquet, 

Unsigned Ardcle on, Ch Q, U. Oct, 138 (XXII. Dec, 584) 
William Tyndale : the Father of English Prose Style, by J. H. Gardiner, 

A M, LXXXV. May, 684 (XXL June, 577) 
The Douay Bible, by Rev. iliomas J. Butler. Ir E R, VIII. July, 33 
The Story of the Daly Douai Bible, by Lida R. McCabe (<^/.}, C W, 

LXX. Mar, 809 
Bible Translation and Distribution, by Canon W. J. Edmonds, MIt R, 

XIII, Oct, 775 
The Bible in Africa, by Rev. T. H. Dariow (iV/.), Bun H, July, 567 

(XXII. lulv. 65) 
The Lords Prayer in Many Languages, by H. W. Strong .<//.}, T M. 

iV. Feb, 366 
The Hebrew Text of the Old Testament : 
Dr. Ginsburg's Edition of the Hebrew Bible, Prof. Ludw-'g Blau on, 

Jew Q, XII. Jan, 3x7 
Ancient Corrections in the Text of the Old Testament, by Dr. W. 
Emery Barnes, J Theol 8, I. Apr, 387 
Latin Version of the New Testament : 
Codex Bezae, F. G. Kenyon on, J Theol 8, I. Jan, 993 
On the Italian Origin of Codex Bezae : 
Codex Bezae and Codex 1071, by Rev. K. Lake, J Theol 8, T. Apr, 441 
llie Marginal Notes of Lections, by Rev. F. E. Brightman, 

J Theol 8, I. Apr, 446 
Two Important Glosses in the Codex Bezae, by Prof. J. Rendel 
Harris, Ex, II. Nov, 394 
Biblical Greek : 
Greek Catenae of the Old Testament, Ch Q, L. Apr. 39 
"The Expositor's Greek Testament." Vol. II., edited by Dr. W. 

Robertson Nicoll, IVof. Vernon B Ttlet on, CrIt R, X. ^ept, 434 
The Present Position of the Revi^ed Version of the New Testament, 
by James H. Moulton, L Q. IV. Oct, 341 



Bible and Biblical CriticUm— continued. 
Tiranslation< and Texts of the Bible— continued. 
Bib*ical Greek — continued. 
The Illustrative Value of New-Testament Greek to the Minister of the 

Gospel, by Dr. Willbm Love. Horn R, XXXIX. Mar. 357 
Glints from the Greek by Dr. William Love, Horn R, XL. July, 63 
" St. Mark " by Dr. Henry B. Swete, Dr. A. Plummer on, J Iheol 8, 

I. July. 613 
The Oriainal Language of the Gospd according to St. Mark, fay 

Rev. W. C. Allen, Ex. I. June, 436 
Two Chapters of St. John in Greek and Middle Egyptian, W. £. Crum 

and F. G. Kenyon on, «l Theol 8. L Apr, 4x5 
Codex Bezae, F. G. Kenyon ou, J Theol 8, I. Jan, 393 
On the Italian Origin of Codex Bezae : 
Codex Bezae and Codex xojx, by Rev. K. L^ike, J Theol 8, 1. Apr, 

441 
The Marginal No'.es of Lections, by Rev. F. E. Brightman, 
J Theol 8, I. Apr, 446 
Two Imoortant Glosses in the Codex Bezae, by Prof. J. Reodd Harris, 
Ex, II. Nov, 394 
Syriac Translations of .the Bible, etc. : 
Etwas tlber die Pesitn zu den Proverbien, by Dr. H. P. Chajes (m 

German), Jew Q, XIII. Oct, 86 
What have We gained in the Sinaitic Palimpsest ? by Mrs. Agues S. 

Lewis, Ex T, All. Nov, 56, Dec, 125 
The Earlier Home of the Sinaitic PaUmpsest, by Mrs. Agnes Smith 
Lewis, Ex, I. June, 4x5 
King Ch«rlss I.'s Embroidered Bib!e, by Cyril Davenport (i//.}, Libr, I. 

Sept, ^73 
Apocryphal Books : 
l*he lr.inian Background of Tobit, by Rev. J. H. Moulton, Ex T, XI. 

Mar, 957 
Ecclesiastiais, by Prof. R. D. Wilson, P R R, XL July, 480 
The Hebrew Text of Ben Sira : 
Ihe British Museum Fragments, by Prof. S. Schechter, Jew Q, Xll. 

Jan, a66 
Notes on the Cambridge Fragments, by Prof. W. Bacber, Jew Q, XII. 
Jan, 373 
"The Origin of the Original Hebrew of Ecdesiasticus *' by Prof. D. S. 

Margoliouth, Pr^f. b. Schechter on, Crit R, X. Mar, xi6 
The Retranslation Hypothesis, by Thomas Tyler, Jew Q, XII. Apr, 55$ 
The Date of the Talmud and the Caireue Ecclesiasticus, by Prof. £>. S. 

Margoliouth, Ex T, XI. June, 437 
The Origin of the New Hebrew Fragments of Ecdesiasticus, by Prof. E. 

KOnig, Ex T, XI. Jan, 170 
On the Wisdom of Ben Sira, by Dr. C Taylor, J Theol 8, I. July. 

571 
The Wisdom of Ben-Sira and the Wisdom of Solomon, by Prof. D. S. 

Margoliouth, Ex, I. Feb. X41, Mar, 186 
" Notes surles Ch. vii. 39 — xii. x de Ben Sira" M'u6s par EUkan N. 

Adler. Prof. Israel L^vi on (in French) Jew Q, XIII. Oct, x 
Note on .^irach L. 9, by Prof. T. K. Cheyne, Jew Q. Apr. XII. 554 
A New Fragment of Ben Sira, by Dr. M. Gaster, Jew Q, XII. July, 

688 
A Further Fragment of Ben Sira, by Prof. S. Schechter, Jew Q, XII. 

Apr, 456 
Some Missing Chapters of Ben Sira, by E. N. Adler, Jew Q, XII. Apr, 

466 
The Testament of Our Lord, translated into Latin, by Mgr. Rahmani : 
Kent. Rev. W. H., on, D R. CXXVI. Aor. 345 
Rickabv, Rev. Joseph, on (Ritual in the Reign of Maximin), ACQ, 

XXV. July, 439 
Unsigned Article on, Ch Q, XLIX. Jan, 373 (XXI. Feb, zsx): U 
Apr, X 
Bible in Bchoole and Rellclout Education, see under Education 
Bibliography (see also Cataloguing) : 
The Science of Bibliography and What It embraces, Libr A R, II. Ma*, 

X7X 
English Bibliography before and after 1663, by A. W. Pollard, Libr A R, 

II. Jan, 3 
The Ixutitut International de Bibliographic, B.ussels, by R. R. Bowker. 

Libr J, XXV. June, 371 
The Doings of Bibliographical Societies, Libr A R, 11. Dec, 664 
Hcport of the Co-operation Committee of the A.L.A., by E. C. Richaxdsoo, 

Libr J, XXV. Aug, 71 
Proposed Subject-Indexes and Bibliographies at the British Museum, by 

). D. Brown, Libr W, III. Dec, 155 
Cniical Bibliographies, W. H. James Weale on. Libr, I. June, 347 
Reading Lists for Libraries, E. A. Savage on, Libr W. II. Apr, 359 
LlassUsts, W. S. C. Rae on, Libr W, II. May, 398 
Shelf-Classification in Libraries, see under Libraries 
Record of Bibliographv and Library Literature, Libr A R, II. Jan, 35, 

Feb, X04, Mar, 159, May, 250, July, 378, Aug, 438 
Bibliographies, Class-Lists, Libraries of Special Subjects, see Relerenoes 
under Africa. Archscology, Art ( Book-Illustrating 1, Biblical CKitictan, 
Canada, Children, China, Clubs, Ci>lunies. De Quincey (T.), Edac^tioo, 
Engineering, Fiction, French Fiction (under French LiterJture), Geo- 
graphy, Geology, History, Ixical History, Libraries, Maps, MiHtary 
Works (under Armies,', Municipal (>ovemment, Navies, Paper, Parish 
Records (under Locil History), Political Economy, Politics, Printing. 
Red Sea, Religion, Rural Life, Settlements, Sociology, Synaicsues aai 
Trusts, War, Women Questions, Women Librarians (under Libraries'. 
etc. 
BIckersteth, Bishop Edward, of South Tokyo, (X850-X897}, and the 
Church in Uapan, by E.S., Ch Mis I, LI. Feb, 91 



BiCKET, ThOM.\«. 



PERIODICALS OF 1900. 



Birds.— Cootinned. 



39 



Bicket, Thomas, Poems by, — 

** The Spirit of War," Bkman A, XI. Aug, 538 

" Thy Song,'* Cos. XXVIII. Mar, 506 

" ITie Army of the Sea," Lipp, LXV. Apr, 6a6 
Bicycle, see under Cycling 
Biddenden Maids and the BIddenden Charity, by George Clinrh 

{ili.\ Rel, VI. Jan, 49 
Big Basin Country, see under California 
Big Ben, see under Clcclcs 
Bigelow, Poultney, 

On the White Man's Rule in Singapore (iV/.), Harp, XXXIX. Feb, 443 
(XXI. Feb, 956) 

On Kiio-Chau ; Germany's First Colony in China (/?/.}. Harp^ XXXIX. 
Mar, 577 

On Hong Kong; a Sucoessful Colonial Experiment (aV.), Harp, XXXIX. 

On ^I^'ef-Hai-Wei (*//.), Harp, XL. Oct, 615 (XXII. Oct, 383) 

On Missions and Missionaries in China, N A R, CLXXI. July, 96 

(XXII. Aug, 145) 
On Germany, England, and America, C R, LXXVII. June, 83i (XXI. 

June, 575) 
On Official German Colonizatic n, O M. XXXVI. Dec, 553 
On the German Emperor (i//.}, Munsey. XXII. Jan, 599 
On Kruger and Steyn, R R Aus, XVI. May, 568 

On the Nomination of William J. Bryan, luly 4, iqco; What I saw nt 
Kansas City. C R, LXXVIII. Sept, 442 (XXII. Sept, 277) 
Biilingshurst, Sussex : William Pemi and Thakehaui Mecting-House, by 

Dr. G. C. Williamson [ill.). Pur, III. May, 353 
Billington, Miss Mary Frances, on the Nursing System of the War (t//.), 

Universal, I. Feb, 36 
Biltmore Estate, North Carolina, by Philip Poindexter (/?/.;, Ainslee, 

V. May, 365 
Bine, M, and the "Art Nouveau," by G. Mourey (i//.), 8tu, XX. 

Aug, 164 
Bingham. Clifton,— The Author of Two Thcusand Songs; Interview [illX 

Y V VIII. Sept, 453 
Binyon, Laurence, 
Laurence Binyon's '* London Visions," by Ethel Wheeler, Q T, VII. 

Dec, 207 
On Hainiers and Music \ill.\ Chord, I. Mar, 71 
PoeTs by Laurence Binyon :— 

" The Lover to the Waves." Arg, LXX. Mar, 980 
•• The Dryad," Dome, VI. Feb, 5 
" The Bacchanal of Alexandtr," Dome, VII. July, 9 
*' The Indian Prince," M R, 1. Nov, 15a 
Biograph, see under Photography 
Blop^raphy and Autobiography : 

Biography, by M. Robinson, New C R, VIII. Oct, 393 

Some Uses of Biography, by T. Lindsay, P M Q, XX 1 1. Oc», 505 

DictioiMries of Biography; tne Paths of Glory, by Joseph Jacobs, F R, 

LXVII. Jan, 59 (XXI. Jan, 58) 
**The Dictionary of N»ti nal Biography " edited by Sidney Lee, 
Havelock Ellis on {ill.), Arg, LXXII. Nuv, 336; Same Aitk:le. 
Critic, XXXVII. Nov, 434 
Candid Opinions of Contempjiaries, by F. G. Walte s, Q M, CCLXXXIX. 

July, 57 
Lives of Mathematicians ; a Gap in Literature, by Eileen O'Byroe, N I R, 

XIII. June, 239 
Other Indiscretions and the Browning Letters, by H. M. Sanders, T B, 

CXX. May, 106 
Letters of Eminent Men, Letter- Writing as Literature and Autobiography, 
see Letter-Writing 
Biological Stations or Laboratories, see imder Natural History 
Biology, see under Evolution 
Birch : Ilie Building of a Birch Canoe, by Tappan Adney (<//.), O, XXXVI. 

May, r85 
Birchenough, Henry, 
On Locil Beginnings of Imperial Defence, N C, XLVII. May. 798 
On Lord Roseber>' on the Dangers to British Trade. N C, XLVIII. Dec, 
Z064 [XXII. Dec, 528, 556} 
Birchenough, Mrs. Henry, on a New War Poet, N C, XLVIII. Oct, 

63? 
Bird, Isabella, see Bishop (Mrs.) 
Bird of Christmas, see Turkey 

Birds (see also Articles under Poultry: Capercailzie-Shooting, Duck- 
Shooting, Goose-Shooting, Grouse-Shooting, Partridge-Shooting, 
Pigeon-Shooting, Plover-Snooting, Prairie-Chicken-Shooting, Snipe- 
Shooting. Turkey-Shooting, Woodcock-Shooting; and Fossil Birds 
under Geology) : 
Birds, by Henry Scherren {ill.\ L H, XLVIII. Feb. 3^4 
Concerning Birds, by S. E. Savillc, Scot R, XXXVl. Oct, 3^2 
Bird Mimics and Others, by J. Oliver Nugent (iV/.), Fr L, L May, 89 
Bird Notes, by Lady l^roome, C, VIII. Mar, 339 
Singers of the Morning, by Rev. R. Corleit Cowell {ill.), Q T, V. Mar, 

4»7 
Voices of the Night, by W. E, D. Scott (*//.), 8t N, XXVII. Oct, mo 
Voices of the Samoan Bush, by A. R. Rose-Soley, Arg, LXX. Feb, 

148 
Birds' Nests in Queer Places, by SwanhiUe Bulan {ill.). Harms, IV. May, 

372 
The Mud-Nest Building Birds of Australia, by D. Le Soucf (///.), K, 

XXIII. Apr, 99 
On Colouring of Birds' Eggs, by Reginald J. Hughes, 8c Q. VI. Jan, 941, 

Feb, 266; Reply to, by J. A. Wheldon, 8c Q, VI. May, 369; 

and Rejoinder, by Reginald J. Hughes^ 8c Q, VII. June, 17 



Bl rds — continued. 
Collecting Guillemots' Eggv; aiflf-Climming at Fbunborouflii, by Cyril 

Yorke [Ul. ), Roval, IV. May, 9a 
Birds of Passage, by Ernest Ingersoll, LIpp, LXV. Apr, 6x0 
Ihe Passing of the Birds by Eugene S. Rolfe {ill.), N E M, XXII. 

June, 413 
The Protection of Wild Birds, by J. R. V. Marchant, Land M, IV. Oct, 

696. 
The Problem of Preservation in the Bird-World, by R. Kearton {ill.), Q, 

Sept, 976 
Birds at Lynmouth, by Thomas H. Mead-Briggs, 8c O, VII. June, i, 

July. 4 J 
London Sparrows, by the Author of " Parrots I have known," C J, III. 

Mar, 191 
The Dunnock; a Bird of Lakeland, by Miss Maiy L. Armitt, P R, XL 

Jaoi 50 
The House-Mai tin, by Miss Mary L. Armitt, P R, XI. Oct, 709 
Concerning Sand Martins, by Madge Blundell, Ir M, XXVIII. Mar, 141 
The llirush, bv Ethel Wheeler, Land M. IV. May, 368 
11irush«>, by Rev. R. Corlett Cowell, Q T, V. Jan, 955 
The Robin, by F.S., Ir M, XXVIII. June, 347 
The Robin's Nest, by Sarah I. Eddy [ill.), N E M, XXII. Apr, 161 
The Furze Wren or Dartford[ Warbler ; How to save Uur Rare Birds, by 

W. H. Hudson, Humane R, I. Apr, 98 
The Ortolan ; the Costliest Table Delicacy, by G. Day {ill.), P M, IX. 

May, 551 
The Pied Wagtail ; a Bird of Lakeland, by Miss Mary L. Armitt, P R, XI. 

Mar, 189 , 

The Pied Flycatcher ; a Bird of Lakeland, by Miss Mary L. Armit^ P R, 

XL Apr, 959 
Freaks among the Pheasants, by G. H. Storer {HI.), Bad M, X. Mar, 

396 
Nidology of the Ctickoo, by H. Kirke Swann, 8c Q, VI. May, 355 
An Experiment with Woodpeckers, by L. S. Keyser, O, XXXV. Mar, 

6x5 
My Experience of Magpies and Their Relations, by £. Harrison Barker 

[ill.), L H, XLVIII. &t, xo57 



ine London figeon at Home, by Harry How {ui.}, capt, 11. Feb, 481 
Pigeons of Peking, by A. D. Sheffield {ill.). 8t N, XXVlf. Feb, 316 
'lying Six Thousand Pigeons, by A. Bimage {ill.). Harms, V. Sept, 1 



r lying mx inousand ngeons, by A. Jsimage (»<•}, Harms, v. bept, 153 
The Oidysmith Pigeon Post, by Major E. A. Altham {ma^s), J R U 8 I. 

XLIV. Nov, X93X 
Pigeons as Messengers of War, by A. H. Osman {ill.), 8tr, XIX. Feb, z6o 

fxXI. Feb, X35) 
The Woodcock and His Ways, by E. Sandys [ill.), O, XXXVII. Oct, 19 
The Peacock, bv Israfel, Dome, VI. Feb, 8t 
After Vultures' Nests in Central Spain, by Lieut. -CoL Willoughby Vemer 

{HI.), W W, IV. Mar, 651 
Atucked by Eag'.es in the Alps, by A. Neyssel (///.), W W, IV. Jan, 437 
Huw an Eagle carried off the Baby, by B. Bertrand {ill.), W W, V. Apr, 43 
Ostrich-Farming in California, by A. Inkersley {ill.), Q W, XLI. Apr, 939 
Decorated 0»-trich Eggs, by Laura B. Starr [ill.]. 8tr, XX. Dec, 765 
The Marih TitmouseTby Miss Mary L. Armitt, P R, XL Dec, 84Z 
The Haunt of the Water-Rail, by H. W. Tompkbs {ill.), E I. XXIIL 

Jime, 9X5 
Mere-Fowl ; Birds of Lakeland, by Miss Mary L. Armitt. P R, XL Feb, XX7 
The Great Northern Diver on the Aberdeenshire Coast, C J, III. Sept, 575 
The Great Birds of the Southern Seas, by C. Parkinson, C, VIII. May, 6s4 

(XXI. May, 489) 
Wild Fowl of Ontario, by C. W. Nash {ill.). Can M, XV. Oct, 59X ; XVI. 

Nov, 4a 
Stalking Wfldfowl, by H. F. Witherby (/7/.). P M, IX. Apr, ^90 
Shooting Recollections, by Hon. A. £. oathorne-Hardy {til.). Bad M, 

X. Ian, 94 
Hunting the Cave-Bird of Trinidad, by Wm. T. Honiaday {HI.), Fr L, 

LI. Nov, 47 
Natural Hi<<tory Photography, by R. Kearton {HI.), P M, IX. May, 466 
Photographing Birds; a Revolution in Nattire Pictures, by A. Kaddyffe 



Dugmore {HI.), W Work, I. Nov, 33 
)ung Birds painted by C. H. C. 
Artist, XXIX. Sept, 37 



Baldwyn, Unsigned Article on ('//.), 



French Farmers and the Crow Ntiisance, by E. CoQner, Land M, IV. 

Nov, 756 
Wonderful Bird Actors, by O. Marvin IHl.), Harms, V. Aug, 71 
Bird Acrobats, by P. Brooklyn {HI.), C F M, XXXI. Ort, 545 
W. Vale and His Hospital for Birds at Norwood, by A. Bimage(^/.), 



Harms, IV. Mar, 153 
, \ C. 

■"eather-Fashioi 
(00 ; a Drama 

«44 



Fine Feathers, by W. C. Mackenzie, C J, III. Dec, 779 

The Feather- Fashion, by W. H. Hudson, Humane R, I. Oct, 293 

Too-Roo; a Drama of Bird Life, by W. J. Stillman, Humane R, I. Oct, 



United States (see also Articles under Duck-Shooting, Pigeon-Shooting, 

Plover - Shooting, Snipe - Shooting, Turkey - Shooting, Woodcock - 

Shooting) : 
Birds of Passage, by W. S. Harwood [HI.), 8t N, XXVII. Mar, 451 
In the Wake of a Bird-Lover, by H. W. Morrow [ill.), O, XXXVL 

Apr, 36 
The Birds of Hawksledge, by T. C. Evans, A A, III. May, 435 
May in Franconia, by Bradford Torrey, A M, LXXXV. May, 628 
North American Game-Birds, by D. G. Elliot (///.), O, XXXVL Sept, 

611 
In the Woods with the Bow, by Maurice Thompson (ritf.), C M, LX. 

Aug, 540 
An Archer on the Kankakee, by Maurice Thompson, A M, LXXXVI. 

June, 764 



40 



INDEX TO THE 



Buds.— ContHined. 



Blubcoat Schooi.. 



Bird* c o n tinaed. 
Uniud 

- The Sturdy " Pratrie-CSucken." by H. S. Canfi«ld [UL), O, XXXVI. 
Sept, 63a 
- ' Amviciui Bkda in AoMrican Poetry, by M. R. Sikby, ChAut XXXI. 

May, I as 
Bir<lwood, Sir Qmwwt C M., 00 the People (rf* India, I C M, L Nov, 43 
Birmingham : 
The Bvaungham New Water Worlu, by Dr. A. J. H. Crcspa, Htm C R, 

VIII. Nov, 358 
BirmiocfHun School Board, 8 B Q, III. Feb. xox 
New btieet Station, Birmingham, by S. M. Philip (///.), Rail M, VI. 

The N^TEagle Insurance Buildings (i7/.), Arch Rev. VIII. Aug. sz 
Th9 Binnii«Eain School of Art, by Mias C. Levetua {M.), Artial, XXVII. 

Apr, 439 
The Toy Shop of the World, by j. A. Hamnerton and E. C. Middktou 

(j^.),TM, V.Dec, 937 
Great Cnisades in Birmtngfaam, by A. Mce, Pur, III. Oct, 781 
How the Post-Office New xzH Milca Cable was laid from London to 

Birmingham {ill.). Harms, V. Nov, 375 
BirrelU Aucustine, 
On Finland and Rmsia, C R, LXXVII. Jolv, z6 (XXII. July, 77] 
On the Rhine lilL), C M, LXL Dec. ao6 (XXII. Dec, 559) 
On the PooibOity of teUing a Good Book from a Bad One, C, VIII. Mar, 

305 (XXI. Mar, 25^) 
On WiUiam Cowper (i//.), L H, XLVIII. Apr, ^ (XXI. Apr, 363) 
On Robert Lonis Stevenson's Letters. C R, LXXVlI. Ian, 50 
On Johnson's Tnuumitted PersonaHty (i//.). Critic, XXXVI. Feb, 140 
Birthdays: Famous Christmas-Boxes, by G. A. Wade (•fA), E I, XXIV. 

Dec, atS 
Birthplaces of Some Famous Musicians, by Helen Thorp {UL), Q R, 

BlM:uii?:^e Advent of Shredded Wheat Biscmt, by S. Vjle, C J. III. 

Feb, 139 
Bishop Mrs. isabolla Btrd. 

'•The Yangtze VaUey and Beyond" by Mrs. Bishop, W. E. Griffis on, 
CrHIc XXXVI. Mar, 34a 

Mrs. Bishop 00 Protestant Missions in China, by Dr. A. T. Pienoo (mm/.). 
Mis R, XIII. Sept, 6t5 

On Foreign Missions ; Interview, by R. Blatbwayt (iV/.j. Q T, VI. May, 72 

On Foreign Missions; Asia's Great Need, Mis R, XIII. June, 4a5 

On Church Mi-sioa in the Far East, Ch Mis 1, LI. Nov. 825 

On China; Interview, by Sybil C. Mitford («//.), T M, V. Oct. 6x 
Bishop, William Wamor, on the Vatican Library, LIbr J, XXV. Mu, xzc 
Bishops : 

liie Disestnblkhed Bishoprics. Qmeal M, IV. Oct, 345 

The Mitre of a Bishop, Qeneal M. IV. Nov, 301 
Btohopsgate : In the Heart of London, by Mrs. Isabella Fyvie Mayo \Jll.\ 

Bun H, Aug. 660 
Bishop's Stortford School, HertfordshlrOb by H. Field {iU.)^ Pur, 

III. May, 404 
BIshopthorpe, York : The Archbishop of York and Hon. Mrs. Madagan, 

by Ignou (i//.). Bun Btr, I, Mar, 259 
BIsley and the Volunteers, see under Volunteers 
Bismarck, Otto Edward Leopold, Fiirst von, z8z5— 1898 : 

Bisnurcfc as a Maker of Empire, by Prol. W. M. Sloane, P 8c Q, XV. 
Dec, 647 

Bismarck «>n(l the German Empire. W R, CLIII. Mar, •83 

The Bismarck B<>n6res, by G. Day (£tf.). P M, IX. Apr. 3S4 
Bismarck Archipelaso: Mrs. Parkizison among the Cannibals, by J.T 

O'Malley [Ul.), W W, IV. Jan, 484 
Bison : How We sot the Bison out of the Elephant Ptu in India, by A. W. 

Strachan (///.). W W. VI. Dec, 371 



Bispham, David, Singer : Interview, Mus, XVIII. May, 29 
Black, A. J.. Painter of Act-Drops [Ul ), M Art, XXIV. Sept, 5Z9 
Black, Dr. J. Sutherland, and Prof. T. K. Cheyne's Edition of the 



Encyctopesdia Biblica, see nnder Bible and Biblical Critidsm 
Black Cardinals and Napoleon, see under Napoleon 
Black Country— StafTordshire, by E. T. Slater [ill.), Lud, X. June, Z73 
Black Sea : 
On the Deposits of the Black Sea, by Sir John Murray (//<«/}, Scot Q M, 

XVI. Dec, 673 
Wrapped in the Shroud of Winter m the Black Sea, by H. Grainger (Hi), 
Royaf, V. Dec, Z70 
Black Watch Regiment, see under Army 
Blackfeet Indians : 
Among the Blackfeet at Festival-Time, by J. W. Schultz (i//.), W W, V. 

Apr, 8a 
Four Days in a Medidne Lodge in Montana, by Walter McClintock 
(1'//.), Harp, XL. Sept, 519 
Blackmore, Richard Doddridgie, 1&35 — 1900: 
: Interview, by R. W. SawteU (i^), R R A, XXI. May, 586 (XXI. May, 

473) 
An ATtemoon with Blackmore, by G.H.P., Critic, XXXVI. Mar, 333 
Some letters of a Novelist- Fzuit-Grower, by Cwalyn Shipman, Critic, 

XXXVIL July, 68 
Blackmore and **The Makl of Sker," by £. J. Newell, Mac, LXXXII. 

June, 08 
Other Critical and Biographkal Articles on R. D. Blackmore, by,-* 

BaUey, Henry Turner. Critic, XXXVI. Mar, 219 

Baker, J. (Ui.), L H, XLVIII. Apr, 518 

Johnson, M., P M Q, XXII. Oct, 666 

Reid. Stuart I.. C, VIII. Apr, 533 'XXI. Apr, 367) 

Unsigned Article (iT/.}, Bkman, XVII. Feb, 136 



Blackstick Paper on Joseph Haydn, by Mrs. 

C, IX. Dec. 73Z 
Blackstone, Sir William, 1733—1780: Curioades of 

mentaries, by Albert R. Sluart, Cons R, IV. De^^ S67 
Blaikie's (Walter B.) Monthly "Star Maps for tho Year 

llie Cnleadat, Scot Q M. XVI. Jan, 34 
Blaine, James Qlllespie, 1830— z8p3: Blaine and Ceaklmc and tbe 

Republuain Convention of z88o^ by George S. BoutweU. McCI, XIY. Jaa. 

38z 
Blair Adam Antiquarian Club and Sir Waltar ScotI, UH7-188I, 

by W. Sctpben, Scot R, XXXVI. July, as 
Blake, Sir Henry, on His Tour in Oiina, N C, XLVIH. Oct, 
Blake, WMIiMn. Z7S7— x8aa: 
)f Waiian ~ " 
a84 



557 

The'Poetry^oif Wflfiam Blake, by Henry Justin Smith, C M, f.X. June, 



Mis4 Celia Levetus; an Illustrator of Blake, by H. W. Bromhead {iU.\, 
Art J, XVI. Aug, *37 
Blarney, J. Henwood, on Bcadh-Eads in Someraetshire Cbur^es [HI.], 

Stu, XX. Sept, 336 
Blanc, Madame, see Bentzon (Th.) 
Bland, Mrs. Hubert, see Nesbit (E.) 
Blast Furnace, see under Iron 
Blasting : A Big Blast at tlw Cherbourg Qaarries, by Val Nortoa (tfT. )^ Btr. 

XIX. June, 701 
Bleasdale. Lancashire : Bronze Age &irials on Fairsaape Farm, Bleasdale, 

Lancashire (i//.}. Rel, VI. Oct, tfA 
Blenheim Palace, see under Marlborough (Duke of) 
Blennerhassett, Sir Rowland, 
On Great Briuia simI the European Powers, Nat R, XIXV. Mar, aS (XXL 

Mar, 336) 
On Great Britain and the Dual Monarchy, Nat R, XXXV. Jua^ sso(XXL 

June, 576) 
On the Foreign Policy of the German Empire, Nat R, XXXVl. Sept. 37 
(XXII. Sept, 275) 
Blessing of the Animals at diernavnGa, Mexico, by Gilbert Tcnry 

m-), Str, XIX May. 557 
Blicklinc Hall and Church, Norfolk, by Ernest Radiurd (iU.\. Arch Hm, 

VIIL Oct, Z78 
Blind, KaH, 
On the Carnags in South AiKca, W R, CLIII. Jan. 1 
On Exiles in tLn^land and the War in Souih Africa, W R, CLIII. Feb, 

159 (XXL Feb. 165} 
On France, Ku«sia, and the Peace of the World, F R, LXVIII. J nly. aS 

(XXII. July, 5*) 
On Germany as a Naval Power, F R, LXVIL Apr, 60s (XXI. Apr, 

358) 
On Germany, 1848-49; In Years of Storm and Stress, C, VIII. June, y6S 

(XXI. June, 580) 
On General Cluseret, W R, CLIV, Dec, 636 
On Waybnd the Smith. Scot R, XXXV. Apr, 350 
Blindness and the Blind : 
Deafness and Bliodness; Pros sad Cons, by Prebendsry Harry Jeoes, 

Sun H, Feb, 347 
What the Blind see (i//.). E I. XXIV. Dec. 967 
The Education of the Blind, by P. Gibbs (<//.), W M, XII, JuIt, evy 
Blind and Deaf-Mutes; a Triumph of Traming, by A. J. Storey {tO.\ 

Royal. V. Dec, 140 
Helen Keller; a Triumph of Education, by D.M.G.S,. Ed T, LIII. Sept. 

Valentine Miller, Blind Musical Prodigy in California, by ClianiuaB 

Kittredge (i//.), O M, XXXV. Mar, 339 
Reading for the Blind at the Bradford Central Library, by M. E. Uardcy, 

Libr W, II. Feb, 303 
Wanted, Books for the Blind, by Miss Isabel Brooke Alder (i//.), Ijud, X. 

May, 59 
A Lending Library for the Blind in Belsize Road. LIbr A R. II. Feb, ri3 
Bliss, F. J., on Palestine Exploration, see under Palestine 
Blizzards, Ernest G. Henham on, Mac, LXXXI. Jan, Z94 
Bloch, J. S . 



*' Is War now Impossible?" by J. S. Bloch : An Apocalyptic Visioo of die 

W.), R R. * 

RR Aus, XVL Feb. 209 



South African War {ill. 



XXI. Jan. 69; bame Aitsde (atf ;, 



"Modem Weapons and Modern War*' by J. S. Bloch, Unsigned Artkie 
on, H, XVI. Mar, 22Z 

Jean de Bloch's Theories ; the Impossibility of War, by Jack London, O M, 
XXXV. Mar, 278 

On the Transvaal War and Its Problems, R R, XXI. Feb, 131 

On Some Lessons of the Transvaal War, C R, LXXVII. Apr, 4S7 (XXI. 
Apr, 346) 

On the War in South Africa ; Why England should st>plt, N A R, CLXX. 
May, 646 (XXL June, 550) 
Block, Louie James, Poem by,—" Loin du Bal." P L, XII. Mar, so 
Blomfield, Sir Arthur, and Sons, Architects of Messrs. Barcby's New 

bank in Fleet St. [Hi.) Arch Rev, VII. Apr, Z63 
Bloodhounds : Bicycling to Bloodhounds, by C. H. Wilson (at/.). Bad M, 

XL Aug, 315 
Bloomsbury : Bygone Bloomsbory, by A. Wallis Myers ('//.}, Lud* IX. 

Jan, 336 
Biosius (lived Sixteenth Century) : An Old Spiritual Writer, by Rer. J. 

McSoriey, W, LXXII. Nov, 309 
Blou«t, Paul, see '' O'Rell (Max) " 
Blowing-Up the Enemy in Naval Warfare, by H. C. Fyfe (df.), P M, 

IX. Jan, zo 
Bluecoat School or Christ's Hospitiil at Horsham, 

Education 



Blundbll, Hbxbhut Weld. 



PERIODICALS OF 1900. 



Books and the Book Trade. 



41 



Blundell, Herbert Weld, on His Journey through Abj-ssinia to the Nile 

(mmp and tV/.), Q J, XV. Feb, 97 (XXI. May, 489) 
Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen, on the Breeding of Horses for War, N C, XLVIII. 

Aug, Z98 
Boai^Hunting : 
Hunting the Wild Boar in Brittany, by J. L. Randall (<//.), Bad M, XI. 

Nov, 498 
Hunting the Wild Boar in India, by Miss Isabel Savory (i//.}, L R, VII. 

Ian, 3x6 (XXI. Jan, 47) 
After Tangier Pig. by Duke of Fries (iU.), P M M, XX. Apr, 485 (XXI. 
Apr, 373) 
Board Schools, see under Education 

Boarders Away ! (Navy), by W. J. Fletcher, Mac. LXXXII. June, 193 
Boats and Boating (see also Articles under Canoeing, Yachting, House- 
boats) : 
The Queen's Conveyances, by G. A. Wade 't//.), W M, XII. June. 55 
Pleasure Laonches of the Upper Thames, by R. Aylen (<//.), Universal, 

I. Oct, 533 
Strange Craft on Many Waters, by Frederick Dolman (1^/.), E I, XXIII. 

Apr, ao 
The Boats of the Far East, by Caspar Whitney (aV.), O, XXXVI. 

Sept, 634 
The Umbrella Boat : Messrs. Wilson and Pitcher's Invention, by H. C 

Fyfe (i//.), P M, X. Aug, 143 
The Tubular Boat of E. S. Norris; a New Unsinkable Boat, by H. C. 

Fyfe. (a?/.), Lud, IX. Jfsn, 351 
Electricity for Towing Work, by J. E. Whitby. C J. III. Mar, 176 
The 'Varsity Boat Race, by W. Sidebothamjt//.), Oapt, III. Apr, 

a4x 

. . . Mar, 575 

Strokes and Oarsmanship at American Universities, by Chase Mellen, O, 

XXXVI. July, 575 
Beating to Windward, by A. J. Kenealy [dta^jiams), O, XXXVI. 




Londy Voyagers, by F. A. Talbot (/7/.), W M, XII. Dec, 139 
Iceboating, se: luider Ice -Sports 
Bodington, Rev. Charles, on Lichfield Cathedral («^/.), Sun M, XXIX. 

Apr, 38 X, May, 334 
Bodleian Library, Oxford, see under Libraries 
Bodmin and Wadebrldce Railway : A Link with th: Past, by John 

Bosham (i//.)f R«il M, VIL Aug. 1x9 
Boers in South Africa, see under Africa 

Boethlus, Anicius Manlius Severlnus, (died 534), and His *' Consola- 
tion of Philosophy," translated Into Anglo-Saxon by King Alfred, 
Warwick H. Draper on. Ant, XXXVI. Aug, 9x0 
B6ch. Erik, Story by.—" llie Pilgrimage of Truth " translated from the 

Anish by Jacob Riis (»Z/.), Harp, XLl. Dec, 3 (XXII. Dec, 571) 
Bohemia : 

The Modem Condition of Agricultunl Labour in Bohemia, by Katharine B. 

Davis, J P Econ, VIII. Sept, 491 
The Strike of the Bohemian Coal-Miners, by Prof. £. Philippovich, 

Econ J, X.^une, s6x 
The Catholic Counter-Reformation in Bohemia, by Prof. L. F. Miskovsky, 

B S. LVII. July, 53a 
Bohemian Axtist noticed, see Orlik (£.) 
Bohn. H. Q., X796-X834 (i;f/.),iBkman, XVIL Feb, X40 
Boilers, see under Engineering (Steam) 
Bois Family : The Tullebois and the Bois, by Henry S. Boys, Qeneal M, 

III. Feb, 446 
Bois. Jules, on His Book *' A New Sonrow." H, XVI. Apr, 334 
Bokhara, Central Asia, W. R. Rickmers on (at/.), ScotQ M, XVI. June, 

357 
Boldrewood, Rolf, (T. A. Browne) : Who was Captain Starlight in 

** Robbery under Arms "? R R Aus, XVIL Dec, 784 
Bolton, Gambler, 

On Wild Animals; Interview, by R. Blathwayt (i?/.). Q T, V. Feb, 30S 

On Some Splendid Shire-Horses (t//.), W M. XII. lune, 85 
Bonaparte, Madame Jerome, (Elizabeth Patterson), died X879, 

Virginia Tatnali Peacock on, Lipp, LXV. June, 931 
Bond, QeorjEe E., Architect of the Town Hall and New Municipal 

Buildings, Chatham (ft//.). Arch Rev, VII. June, 363 
Bond, Henry, 

On Qassified oersus Dictionary Catalogues, LIbr A R, 11. June, 313 

On Fiction- Annotation, Libr W, II. Mar, 339 
Bond, R. Warwick, 

On John Ruskin, Man and Prophet, C R, LXXVIII. July, xx8 (XXII. 
July, 77) 

On Ruskin ; the Servant of Art, C R, LXXVIII. Oct, s^sfXXII. Oct, 404} 
Bonfires : The Bismarck Bonfires, by G. Day (1//.), P M, IX. Apr, 354 
Bonheur. Rosa, x8aa~i899; 

Anna Klumpke and Rosa Bonheur, by Bessie Van Vorst (ft//.), Critic, 
XXXVIL Sept, 334 (XXII. Oct, 404) 

The " RoMi Bonheur'' Picture Sale («/^.), Art J, XVI. July, 33 » 
Bonivard, Fran90ls, X493 — 1570 : The True Story of the Prisoner of Chillon 

by Baronne A. van Amstel, N C, XLVII. May, 8ai (XXI. May, 48:)) 
Bonney, C. C., 

The Inangurator of the Parliament of Religions, by Dr. Paul Carus, O C, 
XIV. Jan. 4 

On the Principles of the O/tM Court, O C, XIV. Jan, i 

Poem by C C. Bonney :— " The New Year," O C, XIV. Jan. 54 
Bonney, Prof. T. Q., 

On Plant-Stems in the Guttannen Gneiss, Qeol M, VII. 'May, 3x5 

On the Parent-Rock of the Diamond, Qeol M, VII. June, 346 

On Col. Feilden's Ccntributions to Glacial Geology, Qeol M. VII. July, 389 



Bonsai, Stephen, 
On the Chinese Revolution, R R A, XXII. Aug, x66(XXIL Aug, 174) 
On the Chinese and What They think of Us, N A R, CLXXI. Sept, 411 

(XXII. Oct, 360) 
Bookbinding : 
Some New Book-Covers (i^/.), Bkman. XVIL Jan, 109, Feb, 143 : XVIIL 

Apr, 17, May, 5a, Sept, x68 ; XIX. Oct, 5 
A. A. Turbayne's Bookbindings at the Paris Exhibition, by J.S.R. (<?/.), 

Artist. XXVIH. Aug, axa 
Three Recently Discovered Bindings with Little Gidding Stamps, by Cyril 

Davenport (aV.), Libr, I. Mar. 305 
King Charles I.'s Embroidered Bible, by Cyiil Davenport (1^/.), Libr, L 

BoolT-Malmg in the West, by Delia T. Davis {£//.), Critic, XXXVIL 

Sept, 3^3 
The Grolier Qub Bindery, New York, by a Bookman, Bkman A, XL 

Apr, 159 
Catherine and L6on Gruel ; Famous Paris Bookbinders, by Marie L. Van 

Vorst, Bkman A, XL Aug. 534 
Boolcbinding as a Career for Girls, by Constance M. Ford (if/.), Q R, IL 

May, 70X 
How to open a New Book, by C. Chivers (x//.), Libr, I. June, 333 (XXII. 

July, 65) 
Books and the Book Trade (see also Articles under Manuscripts, Paper, 

Printing, Bookbinding ; Libraries, Cataloguing, Bibliography ; Copjrright ; 

Literature, Periodicius, etc. ) : 
The Story of Messrs. W. H. Smith and Son ; the Romance of the Railway 

BookstaU, Y M, XIV. Mar, 84 
Bernard Quaritch, by a Bookman, Bkman A, X. Feb, 568 
Bernard Quaritch, by Dean Sage, A M, LXXXV. June, 843 (XXII. 



«; "^ 



The Frankfort Book-Mart, by George Smith, Libr, I. Mar, X67 

The Book Trade in the Good Old limes, by F. H. Freshfield, Q W, XLL 

Feb, X06 
Thomas Gent, 1693 — 1778; Printer, Bookseller, and Bookmaker, by B. 

Wood. Libr A R, II. May, 33; 
Is a Title Copyright, by G. H. Thring, Au, XL Sept, 6a 
Copyright Law, see Copyright 
Authors and Publishers see under Literature 
Kook-IUumination, see under Art 
Book-Illusurating. see imder Art 
Bibliography, Cataloguing, etc.. see Bibliography, Cataloguing, 

Libraries 
Tho Choice of Books, etc. : 

Wanted— A Guide-Book to Books, by E. A. Baker, Libr A R, II. Feb, 

89 
The Nature of Libraries and the Nature of Books, by Sir Edward Fry, 

Libr A R, II. Oct, 507 
Libraiy Readers' Unions ; Their Value and Possibilities, by C F. New- 
combe, Libr A R, II. Dec, 63^ 
Books as Tools, by Julia B. Anthony, Chaut. XXXI. May, 143 
How to not read, by Gelett Burgess (1^.), Critic, XXXVI. Jan, 33 
A Plea for the Shiftless Reader, by Martha B. Dunn, A Mf, LXXXV. 

Jan, 13X 
Literary Dogma, by Frank Ritchie, Long, XXXV. Apr, 535 
Old Lamps for New, C J, III. Jan, 65 

Some Books in My library, by C. £. S. Chambers. C J, III. Dec, 785 
What Tramps read, by Josiah Flynt, Critic, XXXVI. June, 564 
Selection of Books for libraries, see under Libraries 
Children's Books, see Subheading Books for Children ^ 

Children's Books, Juvenile Literature, etc. : 
Children's Books, by Miss Christabel K. Coleridge, P R, XL May, 384 
Reading for Boys and Girls, by Everett T. Tomlinson, A M, LXXXVI. 

Nov, 693 
Best Books for Young Folk, St N, XXVII. Mar, 444 
The Children's Books That have lived, bv C. Welsh, Libr, I. June, 3x4 
To interest Children in Good Reading, by Antoinette B. Hervey (r//.), 

Chaut. XXX. Jan, 367 
Children's Books and Periodicals, by Abby L. Sargent, Libr J, XXV. 

Aug. 64 
ChUdren's Magazices, by E. Knight Tompkins, Critic, XXXVI. June, 

544 
The Road to Knowledge a Hundred Years Ago, by S. G. Tallentyre, C, 

IX. Dec, 8x5 
The Public Library and the Public School, R R A, XXII. July, 56 
An Attempt to solve the School Libraries Problem at Cardif!, by Rev. 

W. E. Winks, Libr A R, IL Apr, 190 
Public Library Books in Public Schools, by H. L. Elmendorf, Libr J, 

XXV. Apr, 163 
The Provision for Children in Public Libraries in America, by 

Katherine L. Smith (<//.). R R A, XXII. July. 48 
Work with Children at the Carnegie library. Pittsburg, P^., by 

Frances Jenkins Olcott, Libr J, XXV. Apr, x66 
Mrs. M. £. Craigie and American Free Park Libraries, by Miss 

Elizabeth L. Banks (i7/.), Q, May. 630 (XXL May, 57a) 
Story-Telling, Lectures, and Other Adjuncts of the Children's Room, by 

Frances J. Olcott, Libr J, XXV. Aug. 69 
Picture Work in Children's Libraries, see under Art 
Rare Books, Old Books, etc. : 
The Books of the Ancients, Libr A R, II. Apr, aai. May, 365, June, 338, 

July. 385, AujT, 44X 
Early Printed Books, see under Printing 
Curious Bibles, see under Bible and Biblical Criticism 
The Chap-Book^ of the Eighteenth Century ; What Our Great-Grand- 

fathers read ((//.), Lud, IX. Mar. 450 



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Books and thb Book Trade,— Continued. 



60YI.B, Capt. Cscil. 



Books and the Book Trade— continued. 
Rare Book«, Old Books, etc.-*<ontinued. 
Some Old Country Books, by G. A. B. Dewar, Uong, XXXV. Feb, 

343 
An Ancient Bookseller's Catalogue, by E. N. Adler and I. Broyd6, Jew 

Q, Xlll. Oct. 5« 
The Book-Hunter in Mexico, by Francis .S. Borton, Bkman A, X. Feb, 

585 
English Royal Book-Collectors, by W. Y. Fletcher, LIbr, I. June, 305 

Archbishop Parker, Collector and Author, by S. W. Kershaw, Libr, I. 

Sept, 379 
The Daly Library, see under Daly (A.) 
Thomas Gent, 1693 — 1778; Printer, Bookseller, and Bookmaker, by 

B. Wood, LIbr A R. IL May, 235 
Bernard Quaritch, by a Bookman, Bkman A, X. Feb, 568 
Bernard Quaritch, by Dean Sage, A M, LXXXV. June, 843 (XXIL 

July, 72) 
Outof-Print Books, by James D. Br.wn, LIbr W, IIL Dec, 141 
"Health's Improvement" by Dr. Thomas Mufictt (16th Centu y). 

Unsigned Article on, W R, CLIIL Feb, 209 (XXI. Feb, 165) 
Hezekiah Woodward and His l^ook "Good Education" {1640), by 

Foster Watson. Q M. CCLXXXVIII. Jan, 35 
"The Postboy robbed of His Mail" (!692); a Seventeenth Century 

Fiction, by G. W. Niven, Scots, XXV. May, 48a 
A Leisure Hour, with my Great-Greit Grandmother's Cookery Book 

(1741 1, by AsnesC. Maiiland, L H, XLVIII. Jan, 261 
••Tne Antiquities of the Jews" by Tosephus, (1792 Edition) : A Bock of 

the Past, by W. L. Andrews (t//.), Bkman A, X. Feb, 571 
The "Politicar' Almanac, by Helen C. Gordon, H, XVII. Aug, 129 
"The Kureka Stockade, 1854" by C. Raffaelo : the Queerest of Colonial 
Books, by J. F. Hogan, Q M, CCLXXXVIII. June, 56a (XXI. 
June, 574) 
Boos^, Jamea R., 
On the Libraries of Greater Britain. Libr, I. Mar. 179 
On the Colonies in relation to Public Libraries, LIbr A R, IL Nov, 589 
Booth, deneral. 
General Booth's Darkest England Scheme, see under Salvation Army 
On the ** Darkest England" Scheme [ill.), 8un Str, I. Jan. 8a (XXI. 
Jan, 51} 
Booth, Mrs. Maud Ballinston, on the Hope Halls and Iheir Work, 

MisR. Xlll. Oct, 75; 
Boots and Shoes : Natureform Shoss, by Mrs. Scott, P R, XL Jan, 9 
Borchgrevink, C. E., 
On Antarctic Exploration; Interview, by W. G. FitzGerald (///.), Str, XX. 

Sept, 243 
On the Southtrn Cross Expedition to the Antarctic, 1899 — r9oo {ftta/ and 
i//.),Qj, XVLOct, 381 
Borden, Frederick William, Minister of the Canadian Miliiia, by C. A. 

Matthews (i//.). Can M, XIV. Mar. 448 
Border Country : The Problem of the North ; a Study in English Border 

History, by GaiUard T. Lapsley, A H, V. Apr, 440 
Etordighera, see under Kiviera 

Etpres: The Marvellous B-^re r f Hang-Chau ; the Greatest Wonder in the 
Chinese World, by Eliza R. Scidmore (//fa/ and 2//.}, C M, LIX. Apr, 852 
Borneo : 
In the Heart of Borneo, by Charles Hose [tna^ and i//.), Q U, XVI. 

July, 39 
The Dyaks of Borneo; the World for Christ, by James Cnssidy (<"/.). 

Sun Str, IL Sept, 336 
In Sear h of the Galagan Hills, by W. D. Wade {£//.), W W, V. Aug, 537 
The Hunt of the Man-Monkey, by P. Lonshurst {<// ), W W, VI. Nov. 187 
Borrow, Qeorse, 1803—1881, and the "Life" by Dr. W. I. Knapp, 

Joseph Ritson on, P M Q, XXII. Jan, x 
Bosanquet, Bernard, 
"The Philosophical Theory of the State" by B. Bosinqun, Prof. S. W. 

Dvde on, Phil R. IX. Mar, 198 
** On Ladies and Gentlemen," iJ E, X. Apr, 3x7 
Bosanquet, Mrs. Bernard, 
On People and Houses, Econ J, X. Mar, 47 

On Life in a London Square; Clover and Heartsease, C, VIII. Mar, 358 
(XXL Mar, 266) 
Boscawen, Admiral Sir Edward, 1711 - 1761 : A Naval Hero, by Percy 

Cross Standing (1//.). U S M, CXLIL June. 242 
Bosham and Linfield : A Brace of Sussex Auburns, by Rev. W. C. Sydney, 

Q. M, CCI.XXXVIII. June. 579 
Bossuet, Jacques Binijrne, 1627—1701 : The Making of a Great 

Prsacher, by Prof. A. H. Currier, B S, LVIL July, 585 
Bpston, Thomas, Scottish Divine, 1676— 1732 : 
Low, Rev. George D., on, Ex T, XL Feb, aoo 
Mackenzie, Rev. George, on, Ex T, XL Apr, 293 
Boston, Lincolnshire, Rev. John Coleman on (<//.}, Q, Jan, 224 
Boston, Mass. : 
Boston Municipal Subway, by B L. Beal. Mun A, IV. Mar, 2x9 
James Lyman Whitney, Librarian at the Public Library ^///.}, Libr J, 

XXV. Jan, 19 
A Signed Cyluc by Duris in the Boston Museum, by F. B. Tarbell >'//.), 

A J Archaeol, IV. June. 183 
Three Argive Lekythi in the Boston Museum, by Joseph Qark Hoppin 

(i^/.). A J Archaeol, IV. Dec, 441 
The Spiritual Temple, Boston ; Modem Spiritualism in Its American 

Home, by Dr. Howard .A. B'idgmaii, Pur, III. July, 54S 
The Beacon of American litcratiure, by Douglas Sladen [i/^.), L H, XLIX. 

Dec, 119 (XXIL Dec, 565) 
Bostonisms in American Educated Speech, by, S. D. .McCormick, 
Bkman A, XII. Nov, 243 



Boston. Mass.— continued. 
The Study of Housekeeping in Boston, by Mary E. Tnieblood [SI ), 

N E M, XXIII. Nov, 343 
Cottage Row at Thompson's Isbnd; a Government of Boys, for Boys, fay 

Bovs, by Max B. Thrasher («// ), N E M, XXIL Apr, 193 
Faneuil Hall, by Abram £. Brown (f^.), N E M, XXI. Jan, 519 
Notable irees about Boston, by Abbie F. Brown (///.), N E M» XXIL 

Julv, 503 
The Boston Meeting of the American Historical Associalioii. 1899. ^ ^* 
V. Apr, 423^ 
Bostwick, A. E., 
On Open Shelves and Book-Theft, Libr J, XXV. Jooe^ aSo ; SasK 

Article, Libr W, III. Sept, 6a 
On Volumes and Clrculattou: a Study of PerceDtages, Libr J, XXV. Ao^ 

29 
On the Duties and Qualifications of Assistants in Open Sbdf Lilmvies, 
Libr J, XXV. Aug, 40 
Botany, see Plants and Plant life 
Botany Bay, see under Australia (N.S.W.) 
Botha, Louis, Boer Commander (///.), R R A. XXI. May, 578 
Bothwell Castle, Scotland, by F. Mary Colquhoun, Scots, XXV. Jam 

8z 
Botticelli, Sandro, 1447^1515 : 
" Sandro Botticelli " by Count Plunkett, W. P. Coyne on, N I R. XIV. 

Nov, 130 
"The Madonna and Child" by Botticelli, discofvered at Flocence, 
Louise Lander on (i//.). Art J, XVI. Feb, 58 
Boughton, Qeorge Henry, Artist : Interview, by R. de Cordova [iU.\ 

Str, XX. July. 3 {XXIL July, 67) 
Boulder. Colorado : The Origin of the Debris«Covered Mesas of Botilder, 

by Willis T. Lee, J Qeol. VIII. Oct, 504 
Boulger, Demetrius C, 
On Cabul and Herat. C R, LXXVII. Tan. 40 (XXI. Jan. 59) 
On die Coming Afghan Crisis, F R, LXVII. June. 994 (XXI. June, 5C7^ 
On the Antagonism of England and Rtusia, N A R, CLXX. June, 884 

(XXIL luly, 61} 
On the Scramble for China, C R, LX XVIII. July, i (XXIL July, co) 
On Cliinese Celebrities ; Who's Who in China, C R, LXXVIIL Auc, a 5 

(XXII. Aug, X43) 
On Peking— and After. F R, LXVIIL Aug. 198 (XXII. Aug: 147} 
On America's Share in a Partition of China, N A R, CLXXI. Aug, 171 

(XXII. Sept, S47) 
On Rus.sia and China, F R, LXVIIL Oct, 687 (XXIL Oct. 350) 
On the Chinese Conquest of Central Asia (r//.), E I, XXIV. Oct, 7« 
On the Congo State and Central African Problems {map andifif.). Harp, 

XXIX. Feb, 373 (XXI. Feb, 165) 
On the Belgians at Waterloo, C R, LXXVII. May, 677 (XXL May» 476) 
Bou lie-Work, see under Furniture 
Boulogne : Napoleon at Boulogne : the Alaim Bell of the Century, bj W. 

Stevens (iV/.), L H, XLIX. Nov, 3^, Dec, 109 
Bourges, France : The Hfitels Jacques Coenr, Lallemand, Cujis, asid the 
Palace of Duke Jean, by S. N. Vansittbrt {i/i.\ Arch Rev, VIIL 
Aug, 55 
Bourget, Paul, on Balzac's "Cousin Pons"; My Favourite Novelist and 

His Best Book, Munsey, XXIII. Aug, 679 
Bourinot, Sir John, on Literature and Art in Canada, A A. III. Feb. 90 
Bourne, Rev. F. W., on His Book '* BiUy Bray" {Ui.}, Pur, llL 

Feb, 128 
Bourne, William, lived i6th Century : Bourne's Regiment for the Sea: 
Our First "Channel Pilot," by J. Dundas White, Naut M, LXIX. 
Aug, 462 
Bournemouth, Hampshire : 
The City of Pines, bv A. Sieveking (tV/.}, C F M, XXXI. Sept, 4x8 
The House Beautiful; a Home for Convalescent Children at B01 
by R. fc. Pengelly (i/i.). Pur, HI. June, 432 
Boutan, L , on His Experiments in Under-Water Photography ; 

by R. H. Shcrard (///.}, P M, X. Nov, 468 (XXIL Nov, 4L0) 
Boiitwell, Qeorge S.. 
On J. G. Blaine and Roscoe Conkling and the Republican Convciitiea of 

1880. McCI, XIV. Jan, 281 
On (ien. Grant's Administration, McCI, XIV. Feb, 355 
On a Sale of United States Bonds in England, 1671 — 1872, McCI, XV. 

Sept, 417 
On the n'iliiam ; the List of the Ocean Slave-Tradefs. N E M, XXJIL 
Ni)V, 263 
Bowcher, Frank, Medallist, M. H. Spielraann on (i//.), M Art, XXIV. 

Feb, -54 
Bowden's (Father Sebastian} " The Religion of Shakespeare** Voy 

Kev. Canon W. L. Gildca on, ACQ, XXV. Apr, 229 
Bowick, Dr. John, and Ashville College, Harrogate* by G. Lyndt 

(///.), Pur, III. Feb, X54 
Bowker, R. R., 
On th«» Institut de BiMiographie, Brussels, Libr J. XXV. June. 273 
On the A.L.A. Committee on Public Documents, Libr «J, XXV. Au^ 91 
Bowl by. A. A., on His Surgical Experiences in South Africa, M R, I« oc^ 

52 (XXII. Oct. 3fc2) 
Bowles, Qeorge, 1739?— 1803: Diary of Journeys to London from the 
South of Ireland made by George Bowles in 1761 and 1762, Ant, XXXVI. 
July, 203, Nov, 542, Dec, :;66 
Bowman, Miss Isa, Actress : Interview, by H.F. (<//.), Lud. IX Apr, 

Box-Tricks, by James .Scjit (///.), Str, XIX. June, 7xx 
Boxers, see un'^fer China 

Boyle, Capt. Cecil, (died iqoo), on the Cavalry Rush to Kimfaerley 
Pursuit of Cronje, N C, XLVII. June, 899 (XXI. June, 546) 



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43 



Boyle, Virginia Fraser, Poems by,— 
*'01d Lstcen," Bkman A, X. Jan. 465 
••When Love is dead," Harp, XXXIX. Feb, 455 
Boyle's Law, see under Physics 

Boys, Captain Edward, and His Experieneas: English Midshipmen 
and French Prisons, 1807, by Evelme C. Godley, Lone, XXXVL Aug, 
72X (XXIL Aujt, 166) 
Boys (see also Articles under Childrsn) : 
Ik>ys' ^Schools, see under Education 

'ITie Schoolboy Ideal, by Mary A. M. Marks, Humane R, I. Oct, 333 
Boys and Newspapers, by J. L. Paton, Ed R L, II. June. 347, July, 4x9 
SomeSittarc Boys, by H. J. Shepstone (///.}, Harms, IV. Mar, 116 
The Christian 1 raining Colony, Lingfisld, Surrey; a Gar Jen of Mercy, by 

Duchess of Suthe. land, C R, LXXVIl. Mar. ,51 (XKI. Mar, a6?) 
A Chat about Our Boys' Brigades ; Looking .after the Lads, by Miss M. 

Spencer Warren (///.). Q. May, 577 
What We can expect of the American Boy, by Theodore Roosevelt ( tV/. ). 

St N, XXVII. May, 571 
CotUge Row at Thompson's Island, Boston ; a Government of Boys, for 

Boys, by Boys, by Max B. Thrasher (1//.), N E M, XXII. Apr, 193 
The Junior Republic, see Junior Republic 
Summer Camps for boys in America, by L. Rouillion (/V/.}, R R A, XXI. 

June, 697 
Elu^bethan Boys, by L. H. Sturdevant (i7/.). 8t N, XXVII. Jan. aoo 
Brace of Worthies— Duncom be and Maynard Colchester of West- 
bury, by S. M. Crawley-Boevcy, Q M, CCLXXXIX. Dec. 548 
Brackett, Anna M., on Early English Embroidery (i//.)> Artist, XXVIII. 

Aug, 183 
Bradfield Collage, Berkshire : 

Bradfield College, by A. F. Leach (i//.). P 8 M, V. June, 405 

The Jubilee of Bradfield College, by E. C. Marchant, Ed t, LIII. July, 

384 
The Agamsmnon at Bradfield : 

E. C. Marchant on. Ed T, LIII. Aug, 315 
Unsigned Article on, P 8 M, VI. Aug, 97 
Bradford : 

Commercial School opened in Bradford [plans and Hi.), 8 B Q, IV. 

iJec, 491 
Reading for the Blind at the Bradford Central Library, by M. E. Hartley, 

Libr W, II. Feb, 903 
The British Association at Bradford, see un-ler British Association 
Bradley, A. Q.. on Troutme from a Coracle (<//.), Bad M, XL July, 61 
Bradley, Miss E T., (Mrs. E. T. Murn^y Smith) : 
On Military Heroes ai Westminster Abbsy (<//.], P M M, XX. Jan, 13, 

Feb, 237 
On Margairet Beaufort, Countess of Richmond an 1 Derby, and Margaret 
Douglas, Counters of Lennox ; Two Nobie Dames buried in Westminster 
Abbey. Lipp, LXV. Mar, 427 
Bradley, F. H., on Fhenomtlism in Psychology, Mind, IK. Jan, 26 
Bradshaw, Jantas Hill, [died ti^j ?) : a Canadian of the Indian Mutiny, by 

Prof. A. MacMechan, Can M, XIV. Mar, 468 
Brahe, Tycho, 1546 — i6oz : 

Ponsonby, Arthur, on, N C, XLVII. June, ^93 (XXI. Jmie, 578) 
Sterne. Carus, on [HI.), O C, XIV. July, 385 
Brahman ism, see under India 
Brahms, Johannes, 1833 — 1897 : 

Glimpses of Johannes Brahms, by E. Swayne, Mils, XVII. Feb, 38a 
Brahmsiana, Mus T, XLI. Jan, 37 
Brain (see also Head) : 

The Human Brain in relation to Education, by N. C. Maaiamara, W R, 

XLIV. Dec, 634 
Woman's Brain, by Alexander Sutherland, N C, XLVII. May, 80a (XXI. 
May, 465) 
Brain, Mind, see under Psychology 
Branch, Anna Hempstead, Poems by,-^ 

••The Thought of the Liitle Brother," A M, LXXXVI. Oct, 518 
••The Watch-Tower of the Soul," Harp, XXXIX. May, 857 
Brandos, Dr. Qeorg, 

Georg brandes, by Axel Moth, Ideal R, XII. May, Z19 
On Bebel and von Vollmar, H, XVI. Apr, 229 
Brangwyn, Frank, — Bedroom Decoration by Frank Brangwyn, Unsigned 

Article on (&^/.}, 8tu, XIX. Apr, 173 
Brantwood, Coniston, and Ruskin, see Ruskin (John) 



The Brass of Mai^paret. Lady Camoya, in Trotton Church, by Lawrence 

Marsh laV.}, Qeneal M. HI. Apr, 549 
The Brass of Thorn 18, Lord Camoy<», and Elizabeth His Lidy, in Trotton 

Church, 1434, 14x9, Qeneal M, IV. June, so 
The Breas of Sir John Leventhorps in Sawbridgeworth Church, by Lawrence 

Marsh (Ul.), Qeneal M, III. Apr, 549 
BnMsey, Lord, 

Biographical (i//.), L R, VIII. May, 89 

A Personal Sketch, by E. St. John Hart (///.}, Q T, V. Jan, aaS 
Braasey, Lady, Biographical (///.), L R, VIII. May, 89 
Bmvery, see Heroism 
Brazil : 
The Dntch Power in Bmzil, by Rev. George Edmundson, E H, XV. J.in, 38 
Mistioos: in the Heart of Brazil, by J. A. Graham [Hi.), Mis R, XIII. 

Dec, 936 
A Thousand Miles op the Amaxou, by Joseph Jones [Hi.), J Man Q 8, 

XV. June, X85 
Tlie Cruise of the Wilmington across South America, by E. H. Coleman 

(r//.], AInslee, V. Feb, 3 
The Voyage of the Destroyer from Ne.v York to Brazil, Dec, 1893 — Jan., 

1894, by Capt. Joshua Slocum [map and >//.), McCI, XIV. Mar, 445 



Bread (see also Biscuits, Cakes) : 
Bread and Bread-Maktag at the Paris Exposition, by H. W. Wiley, F, 
XXX. Nov, 303 (XXIL Dec, 578) 
Breakwaters and Qroynes : 

The Utilisation of Tidal and Wave Action for the Protection of Foreshores, 

by R. G. AUanson-Winn (<//.), Feild, III. Sept, 267 
Harnessing the Sea, by R. G. AUanson-Winn {HI.), P M, IX. Feb, 183 
(XXI. Feb, 139) 
Breed of Man—Physfque In the Arnf>y, by Dr. Hely Hutchinson 

Almond, N C, XLVIII. Oct. 656 (XXIL Oct, 370) 
Brennan, Charles J., Poems by,— 
"The Flight wiih Grainne," N I R, XIII. Mar, 35 



•• A Vision of Erinn." N I R, XIII. Aug, 321 
•'An Irish Idyl." N I R, XIV. Sept. 3a 



Daohnis," N J R, XIIL May. 175 

Vi 



•• Mowers' Sleep- Song," N I R. XIV. Nov. 129 
Breteuil, Normandy : The Laws of Breteuil, by Miss Mary Batesoo, E H, 

XV. Jan, 73, Apr, 30a, July, 496, Oct, 754 
Brewer, Mrs. Emma, 

On Scotch Asylums, etc., in London ; the Scots in London (x//.)* 8un-H, 
Sept, 6^, Oct. 795 

On a Strange Night's Lodging in Graz [ill.\ W W, V. Apr, s8 
Brewer, H W., 

On Characteristic Church Towers of English Counties [ill.), Q O P, XXI. 
Jan, 268, Feb, 316, Mar, 384, Apr, 445, May, 508, June, 564, July, 6371 
Aug, 708, Sept. 781 

On Hampton Court Palace (>//.), P M M, XXI. May, x^ 
Bridal Customs, see under Marriage 
Bridge, 8ir Frederick, 

A Famous Organist, by F. J. Crowest [Hi.), 8un M, XXIX. Feb, 78 

Sir Frederick Bridge at We^stminster Abbey, by Miss F. Klickmann (aP/.), 
W M. XII. June, 74 
Bridge, Or. Joseph,-^A Famous Organist, by F. J. Crowest (r//.), 8un M, 

XXIX. Feb, 78 
Bridges, J. H., 

On the Day of All the Dead, Pos R, VIIT. Feb, 17 

On Catholicism and Science, Pos R, VIII. Apr, 73 

On Humanity and Science, Pos R, VIII. June, loi 

On Classification of the Sciences, Pos R, VIII. July, 117 

On the Posttivist Meeting at Paris, Pos R, VIII. Oct, 163 

On Romxm and British Imperialism, Pos R, VIII. Mar, 55 

On Indian Famine and Taxation, Pos R, VIII. Dec, 207 

On China, Pos R, VIII. Aug, 129 
Bridges : 

Some American Bridge Shop Methods, by Charles E. Fowler (iV/.), Cas M, 
XVII. Jan, aoo 

Machinery in Bridge Erection, by Charles £. Fowler [ill.), Cas M, XVII. 
Feb, 327 

Rapid Railway Bridge Building, by Gilbert J. Stoker ((//.), Rail M, VI. 
Apr, 337 

Recent Krids[es (///.), Feild, III. Sept. 33S 

Sir Benjamin Baker and the Forth Bridge [Ul.), Cas M, XVII. Feb, 

350 
Some Bridges in Greater Britain, by A. T. Story (///.), C F M, XXX. 

Mar, 445 
The Queerest Bridges in the World, by H. C. Fyfe [ill.), 8tr. XIX. Apr, 

403 
Art in Modem Bridi^es, by Montgomery Schuyler [ill.), C M, LX. May, 

12 (XXI. May, 481) 
Terrible Bridge Disasters, by I. Horner [ill.). Harms. IV. Feb, £3 
Blowing-Up a Bridge, by E. W. Kitchin (///.}, Royal, IV. July, 060 
Bridgman, F. A., Artist. L.J. 01 [di.). Artist, XXIX. Nov, 138 
Brigandage in lUly : The Vendetta of Musolino, by G. Delia Vecchki(«P/.), 

WW, VL Dec, 255 
Briggs, Prof. Charles A., on the Anglican Crisis and Church Ui(ity, 

N A R, CLXX. Jan, 87 (XXI. Feb, 157) 
Brigham, Johnson, 
On State Historical Collections in the American Northwest, F, XXVI 11. 

Jan, 554 „ 

Poem by Johnson Brigham :—" Ruskin, the Reformer," Chant, XXX. 
Mar, 593 
Bright, Jacob, i8ai— i 8^9, W R, CLIII. June, 597 
Brighton: Roedean School, by Christina Gowans Whyte [ill.), Q R, II. 

Sept, ic6o 
Brigstocke Family and Their Descent from Edward I., Qeneal M, 

in. Feb. 461 
Brinsmead Pianos, see under Music 

Brinvilliers, Marquise Marie Madeleine de, 1630 — 1676 : 
A Dark Episode of the Reign of Louii XIV., by Barbara de Courson, M, 

XCV. Apr, 387 
Poisoner at the Court of Louis XIV., Mac, LXXXII. Oct, 433 
Bristol : 
Bristol, by Henry Guppy, Libr A R, II. Sept, 455 
Some of the Public Institutions of Bristol, by L. Acland Taylor, Libr A R, 

11. Sept, 459 
A Survey of the Bristol Public Libraries, by Norris Mathews, Libr A R, 

II. Dec. 641 
Temple Meadi Railway Station, by R. H. Cocks [HI.), Rail M, VII, Oct, 

289 
The Meeting of the Ubrary Association at Bristol, 1900, see under 
Libraries 
Bristol, Bishop of, see Browne (Dr.) 
Britain, see England and the English People, etc. 

Britain of the East— Japan, by I. T. Headland ((//.), Munsey, XXIV. 
Dec, 2)1 



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INDEX TO THE 



British Association at Bradford, 1900. 



Browning, Mrs. 



British Association at Bradford, 1900 : 
The British Association and Women as Members of Committees, Eng W R, 

XXXI. Oct, 958 
Geography at the British Association ; Reports, Q J, XVI. Oct, 441 ; 

8cot:Q M, XVI. Oct. 573 
Political Greography and the Empire ; Presidential Address to the 
Geographical Section, by Sir George S. Robertson, Q J, XVI. Oct, 447 : 
Same Article, Scot Q M, XVI. Oct, 561 
Address to the Geological Section of the British Associadon, by Prof. W. J. 
Sollas, Geo! M, VII. Oct, 449 
British Central Africa, see under Africa 
British Columbia, see under Canada 
British East Africa, see under Africa 
British Empire, see Colonies and the Empire 
British Guiana, see Guiana (British) 
British Isles : On the Configuration of the Earth's Surface, with special 

reference to the British Islands, by Lord Avebury, G J, XV. Jan, 46 
British Museum, see under Museums 
British Museum Library, see under Libraries 
Brittany : 
Around Brittany, by Irenaeus Prime-Stevenson {mat and ftf/.), Chaut, 

XXXI. June, 274 
The Drowned City of Kaer-Is, by CliflTord Harrison, Universal, I. May, 

377 
Brittany of the Pardons, by Edith W. Riader, Are, LXXI. Au^, 388 
November ; the Month of Moiunin;, Mac, LXXXI. Feb, 28a 
An Artist's Wedding in Brittany, by Kathleen Schlesinger and Paul 

G^niaux (t//.), Royal, IV. Oct, 534 
The New Boy in a Breton School, by Kathleen Schlesinger, {iU.)t W W, 

IV. Mar, 734 
The Human Hair Harvest in BritUny, by C. G^niaux (iV/.), W W, IV. 

Jan, 430 
Hunting the Wild Boar in Brittany, by J. L. Randall («//.), Bad M, XI. 
Nov. 498 
Britten, James. 
On "The Scarlet Woman" by Joseph Hocking, M, XCV. Jan, 6z; and 

Reply to, by Joseph Hocking, M, XCV. Feb, 177 
On the Catholic Conference, zgoo, M, XCVI. July, 6a 
On Le Puy, France; the Most Picturesque Place in the World (t//.), 8t P, 
IV. Jan, 377 
Broad Church Party, see under Church of England 
Broadmoor, Berkshire : The Criminal Lunatic Asylum, by George 

Griffith {iiL). P M, X. July, 30 
Broads, see under Norfolk 
Brock, Messrs., and Their Fireworks : Pictures in Firs, by F. A. 

Talbot (i//.), W M, XII. Sept, 459 
Brodle, Deacon, of Edinburgh. lived z8th Century : A Picturesque 

Rogue, by Francis Brock, Q M, CCLXXXIX. Oct, 349 
Brodrick, Hon. Qeorge C, on England; a Nation of Amateurs, N C, 
XLVllI. Oct, 521 (XXII. Oct, 370) : and Reply to, by Sir Herbert Max- 
well, N C, XLVIII. Dec, 1051 (XXII. Dec, 575) 
Brodrick, M.,on Senmilt, Architect and Royal Tutor (i//.}, Arch Rev, VII. 

Feb, 88 
Broen, Miss de, and Her Christian Work In Paris Slums, by Mrs 

S. A. Tooley («//.), Q, May, 595 
Bront6, Charlotte, 18x6—1855 : 
Charlotte Bronte, by George M. Smith, C, IX. Dec, 778 (XXII. Dec, 

580) 
Charlotte Bronte's Love Story, by L. A. M. Priestley, Q T, VI. June, 

187 
Charlotte BrontS and Haworth, by Evelyn B. Parry (<//.), L H, XLIX. 

Dec, S39 
The Chrittian Remembrancer and " Villette," by Dr. Robertson Nicoll, 

Bkman A, X. Jan, 441 
** The Adventures of Ernest Alembert " ; Reprint of a Youthful Fairy 

Tale, by Charlotte Bronte, P L, XII. Mar, 33 
Poem on Charlotte Bronte, by M JV.W., C, VIII. Mar, 289 
Bront6, Emily, i8z8— 1848 : Poem on Emily Bronte, by &f .A.W., C, VIII. 

Mar, 389 
Bronze Age : 
Bronze Bowl fjuod at Needham Market, Suffolk, by J. Romiliy Allen («//.), 

Rel, VI. Oct, 24a 
Bronze Age Burials on Fair snaps Farm, Bleasdale, Lancashii-e [SL), Rel, 

VI. Oct, 258 
Note on a French Type of Bronze Axe found at Hull, by T. Sheppard {ill.) 
Ant, XXXVI. Aug, 346 
Bronze Doors of Florence Cathedral by A. Passaglia and G. 
Cassloll : 
Evans, A. R., on {UL), Art J, XVI. May, 150 
Scott, Leader, on [Ul. ), M Art, XXIV. Aug, 473 
Brook Farm : A Girl of Sixteen at Brook Farm, by Ora Gannett Sedgwick, 

A M, LXXXV. Mar, 39* 'XXL Apr, 345) 
Brooke's (Stopford A.) "English Literature from the Beginning 
to the Norman Conquest," F. J. Brow-n on, P M Q, XXiI. Apr, 
377 
Brooke-Alder, Miss Isabel, 
Interviews by Miss Isabel Brooke-Alder : — 
Madam Adelina Paiti [Ul.\ Y W. IX. Oct, z 
Miss Ada Crossley {ilt.], Y W, IX. Nov, 6a 
On Famous Women-Singers (/V/.j, Harms, IV. Apr, 362 
On Charles Morton ; Father of the Halls {///.), Lud, IX. Mar, 393 
On Books for the Blind (rV/.), Lud. X. M.iy, 59 
Brookline. Mass. : The Model Public Bath at Bro^kline, by J. A. Stewart, 

[ill.\ A J 80c, V. Jan. 470 
Brooklyn, s;:e under New Yorlc City 



Brooks, Bishop Phillips, Z835— 1893 : 
The Phillips Brooks House at Harvard, by Francis G. Peabody, H Q M, 

VIII. Tunc, 540 
The Dedication of the Brooks House, H G M, VIII. Mar, 367 
Poems by Bishop Phillips Brookn : — 

*' Christmas Everywhere," G T, VII. Dec, 199 

'• Our Troubles," Pur, III. July, 534 

" The Song of the Angels," Y M, XIV. Dec, 407 
Brooks, Robert C, on Political Clubs in Prussian Cities, Mun A, IV. 

June, 375 
Brooks, Sydney, 
On Congress and Parlisment ; a Contrast, N A R, CLXX. Jan, 78 (XXL 

Feb, 157) 
On Bryanism. C R, LXXVIIL Nov, 633 (XXII. Nov, 451) 
On English and American Elections {tfl.u Harp, XL. Aug, 3S9 (XXIL 

Aug, 174) 
On British and Dutch in South Africa, Harp, XXXIX. Tan, 304 
On America and the War in South Africa, N A R, CLXX. Mar, 337 (XXI. 

On the !:raig Colony Farm, New York [ill.), R R A, XXI. Mar, 3x3 
Broome, Lady, 
On Naul, C. VIII. Jan, 16 (XXI. Jan, 66) 

On Mauritius; Colonial Memories, C, VIII. Apr, 486 (XXI. Apr, 369) 
On Colonial Servants, C, IX. Dec, 796 (XXIL Dec, 580} 
On Birds, C, VIII. Mar, 339 
Brosses, Charles de. (Comte de Montfalcon). 1700— 1777 : Letters of 

de Brosses, by A. L. Cotton, Q M, CCLXXXVIII. May, 443 
Brown, Abbie Farwell, 
On Notable Trees about Boston (i//.), N E M, XXII. July, 503 
Poems by Abbie Farwell Brown :— 
" Faring down the World," N E M, XXI. Jan, 566 
<* BaUad of the Uttle PaKe" [UL), St N, XXVII. Feb. 397 
" In a Ubrary." St N, XXVII. Mar, 446 
Brown, Alice, Poems by, — 
" Tribute," A M, LXXXV. Feb, 194 
"AVifehood," Lipp, LXVI. Oct, 588 
Brown, Arnesby, Artist ((//.)» 8tu, XX. Sept, 2x3 
Brown, Elmer E., 
On Academic Freedom, Ed R A, XIX. Mar. 309 
On German Hi^er Schools, Ed R A, XX. Nov. 405 
Brown, James D., 
On Open Access in Libraries, Libr W, III. July, 3 
On Some Cornish Libraries, Libr W, III. Sept, 57 
On Our Librarians ; Where They come from, Libr W, III. Nov, 1x4 
On Out>of- Print Books, Libr W, III. Dec, 141 

On the Proposed Su^ect-Indexes and Bibliographies at the British 
Museum, Libr W, III. Dec, 155 
Brown, Rev. Jane E. Munro, 
A Woman in the Ministry, by Miss C. S. Bremner, Pur, III. Apr, 373 
Autobiographical ; Texts lliat have comforted Me, Bun M, XXIX. Mar. aoS 
Brown, M. Hedderwick, Poem by,—'* Where I would sleep," C J, IIL 

July, 49^ 
Brown, Rev. Thomas E., 1831 — 1807: 
Biographical and Critical, by Rev. S. H. W. Hughes-Games, F R, LXVIII. 

Nov, 765 (XXII. Nov, 474) 
" Letters of Rev. Thomas £. Brown " edited by Sidney T. Irwin : 
Couch, A. T. Quiller, on, M R, I. Oct, rss (XXII. Oa, 37S} 
Henley, W. E., on, P M M, XXII. Nov, 434 
Tarver, J. C, on, Mac, LXXXII. Oct, 401 
Unsigned Article on, A M, LXXXVI. Dec, 8h 
" The Collected Poems of T. E. Brown," W. E. Henley on, P M M. 
XXII. Dec, 583 
Brown, Marshalls, & Co., and Modern Railway Rolling Stock 

Construction, by Gilbert Stoker {ill.), Rail M, VI. Mar, 361 
Browne, Bishop, of Bristol, Mrs. S. A. Tooley on {ill.), L R, VII. J^. 

697 (XXI. Apr, 374) 
Browne, T. A., see Boldrewood (Rolf) 
Browning, Oscar, on George Eliot ; interview, by Arthur R&dceti {il.\^ 

Bkman, XVII. Jan, xzo 
Browning:. Robert, 18x3—1889: 
Robert Browning ; a Retrospect, by Alice M. Timmins, New C R, VII. 

May, 387 
Other indiscretions and the Browning Love Letters, by H. M. Saodess, 

T B, CXX. May, no 
Browning in Asolo, by Katherine C. Bronson {ill.), C M, LIX. Apr, 910 

(XXI. June, 567) 
Browning s Religion, by Rev. A. T. Bannister, Hom R, XL. Sqptt azo 
Browning's Theology, by Rev. Harry White, P L, XI 1. Sept, 4x7 
The Religious Element in Browning s Poems, by Bishop Boyd Carpenter, 

Sun M, XXIX. Sept, 636, Oct, 60S 
A Defence of Browning's Later Work, by Miss Helen A. Clarke, P L, XII. 

June, 384 
Strafford's Friend— Lucy, Countess of Carlisle, by G. Serrell, T B, CXXI. 

Dec, 574 
Browning's " Childe Roland to the Dark Tower came," by W. Blake 

Odgers, P R, XL Oct. 66x 
"Prince Hohenstiel SchwangAu"; Modern Imperialism as shown is 
Browning's Portrait of Napoleon III., by Miss Charlotte Porter. PL, 
XII. Mar, 80 
The Murder of Pompilia.byW. Hall Griffin, MR. I. Nov, 1x4 (XXIL Nov, 480} 
Poem on Browning, by Marion P. Guild, A M, LXXXVI. Sept. 4S0 
Browning, Mrs., 1806 — 1861 : 
Elizabeth Barrett Browning, by Edith M. Thomas {ill.). Critic. XXXVIL 

Dec, 516 
Mrs. Browning's Love-Story, by L. A. M. Priestley, Q T, VI. May, 107 



Browning, Mrs. — Cotttinued. 



PERIODICALS OF 1900. 



BuLWBR, Sir Hsnry Lytton. 



45 



BrownlnSf Mrs.,— continned. 
Other Indiscretions and the Browning Love Letters, by H. M. Sanders, 

T B, CXX. May, no 
Poem on Mrs. Browning, by Marion P. Guild, A M, LXXXVL Sept, 
490 
Bruce, Prof. Alexander Balmain, 1831— 1809 : 
An Apfvedation, by John Day Thompson, P M Q, XXIL Apr, 301 
" The Moral Order of the World " by Prof. Bruce ; Prof. A. Macalister 

on, Crit R, X. Ian, x 
'* The Epistle to toe Hebrews " by Prof. Bruce, Dr. S. T. Lowrie on, 
P R R, XI. Jan, 160 
Bruce, Eric, and the Spectrescope, by H. Hamilton (c?/. ), P M, IX. 

Mar, 330 
Bruce, Martin, Art<st, N. Peacock on (i7/.}. Artist, XXVII. Apr, 4x3 
Bruce, William 8., 
On Geography at the Exhibition of Scottish Educational Work for the 

Paris Exposition, 1900, Scot Q M, XVI. Feb, 105 
On Spitsbergen, 1898 and 1899 ; Voyages with the Prince of Monaco [ma^ 

and til.), Scot Q M. XVI. Sept, 534 
On the propossd Scottish National Antarctic Elxpedition [map), Scot Q M, 

XVI. June, 35a 
On the Belgian Antarctic Expeiitbn, Scot Q M, XVI. May, 296 
Brunetiere. P^ 

M. Brunetiere on the Evolution of Naturalism, Unsigned Article on, Critic, 

XXXVI. May, 410 
On France and England (in French), Q R, CXCI. Ap-, 57a (XXL June, 

556) 
Bruno, Qiprdano, X548 — x6oo : 

The Life of Giordano Bruno, by W. H. Thomas, Theos R, XXVI. Mar, 

9* Apr, 167 
The Philosophy of Bruno, by W. H. Thomas, Theos R, XXVI. June, 

997, July, 464 
Brussels, see under Belgium 
Bruy^re, Elizabeth, 1820— 1875 : Character Sketch, by Frances Fitzpatrick 

{iU.\ C W, LXXL Apr, la 
Bryan, W. J., (see also Presidential Election (under United States } } : 
Character Sketch, by C. B. Spahr [ill.), R R A, XXIL July, 4X ; Same 

Article (f//.), R R, XXIL Nov, 4^3 
Mr. Bryan at Home (ill.), R R A, XXIL Aug, X79 
Bryan, by William A. White, McCI. XV. July, 233 
Bryan as a Soldier, by C. F. Beck, A, XXIV. Oct, 393 
McKioley and Bryan, by Prof. Simoa J. McLean {ill.). Can M, XV. 

Sept, 431 
Ryan and McKinley~the Parting of the Ways, by J. Lowry Whittle, 

F R, LXVIIL Nov, 778 (XXIL Nov. 450) 
The Nomination of Bryan for the United States Presidency, July 4, xqoo ; 

What I saw at Kansas City, by Poultney Bigelow, C R, LXXVIII. 

Sept, 443 (XXIL Sept, 977) 
Bryan's Financial Policy : 

A Republican View, by G. E. Roberts, R R A, XXIL Oct, 447 



A Democratic View, by C. B. Spahr, R R A, XXIL Oct, 449 
- -- ^^^j 

's Election, by J. L. Laughlin. R R 
443 (XXIL Oct, 379) 



Mr. Bryan and the Trusts, by K. S. Monnett, R R A, XXIL uct, 4^ 
Trusts, in Case of Bryan's Election, by J. L. Laughlin. R R A, XXIL Oct, 



The Practical Bryan t'olicy for the Philippines, by E. M. Shepard, R R A, 

XXII. Oct, 433 (XXIL Oct, 358) 
Bryanism, by Sydney Brooks, C R, LXXittll. Nov, 633 (XXIL Nov, 

450 ^ 

Is Socialism an Element of Bryanism? by Albert Watkins, A, XXI ST. 

Sept. aas 
The Present Duty of American Citizens ; For Bryan : Symposium, N A R, 

CLXXI. Oct, 433 (XXIL Nov. 4$i) 
On the Issue in the American Presidential Campaign, N A R, CLXX. June, 

753 (XXIL July, 60) 
On the Presidential Election of 1900, N A R, CLXXI. Dec, 788 
Bryant, Dr. Sophie. 

Mr«. S. Bryant and the North London Collegiate School for Girls, by 

Eleanor M. Hill (<//.). Q R, 11. Apr, 591 
On the Double Effect of Mental Stimuli. Mind, IX. July, 305 
Bryant, William Cullen, x 794— 1878 : In the Footstsp> of Bryant, by Dr. 

Theodore F. Wolfe (»//.), LIpp, LXVI. Nov. 765 
Bryce's (Prof. Qeorge) "Remarkable History of the Hudson's Bay 

Company," Rev. R. G. MacBsth on. Can M, XV. Sept, 449 
Bryce, James, 
American History and English Historians, by Edward M. Chapman, N E M, 

XXIL Apr. x5o 
Mr. Bryce's Manifesto to the Americans on the War in South Africa, by Dr. 

Alfred Hillier, F R, LXVIL May, 730 
On Commercial Education, S B Q. IV. Dec, 491 
On the Training of Children, P R, XL Aug, 507 
Buccleuch, Duke of, — The Payment of the Wroth-Money to the Duke of 
Buccleuch, at Knightlow Hill, Ho^. xx ; a Custom of the Country, by I.S., 
Mac, LXXXL Feb, 377 
Buchan, Eleventh Earl of, 1743—1838: A Comic Chesterfield, by John 
Budun, Black, CLXVII. .Apr, 557; Same Article, A M, LXXXV. Apr, 
508 
Buchanan, James, X79X— 1868 : President Buchanan's Proposed Interven- 
tion in Mexico, by H. L. Wilson, A H, V. July, 687 
Buchanan, Robert, X841-— 1901 : 

Robert Buchanan and Kipling's Work^ ; Is It the Voice of the Hooligan ? 

by Sir Walter Besant, C R, LXXVIL Jan, 37 (XXI. Jan, 46) : and 

Reply to, by Robert Buchanan (The Ethics of Criticism), C R, LXXVIL 

Feb, aax (XXL Feb, 356) 

Robert Buchanan's " London Poems," by Ethel Wheeler, Q T, VII. Oct, 

5« 



Buckham, James, 
On N on- Hygienic Gymnastics, Harp, XL. July, 907 
Poems by James Buckham : — 
•• Off bhore," C W, LXXL May, aoo 
*<The Homes of the Toilers," C W, LXXL Aug. 684 
'< The Old School-House." Harp. XXXIX. Apr, 810 
** The Fast Express," N E M, XXU. Aug, 724 
Buckingham, Qeorg^e, Second Duke of, X637 — X689 : The Duke of 
Buckingham's Hunt and Its Successors, by Katnarine Duncombe (<V/.), 
Bad M. XL Dec, 636 
Buckingham Palace, se: under Victoria (Queen) 

Buckinghamshire. Lady, (Misi Eden), and the Letters relating to the 

Love Episode of William Pitt. 1797, by Earl of Rosebery, M R, I. 

Dec, 3X 

Buckinghamshire (ses also Aylesbury, Jordans, Kimble; and Eton College 

and Wycombe Abbey School (under Education) ) : 

The Makinz of Cane-Seated Chairs; a Sylvan Industry, by S. Mills («?/.), 

Q W, XLL Sept, 633 (XXIL Sei>t, 353) 
The Poets of OIney, see Cowper (William), Newton (John) 
Buckland, Rev. A. R., 
On Some Great Preachers in ths Englbh Church (///.), Pur, III. Mar, 177 
On Archbishop Benson (1//.), Sun H, Mar, 894 

On Bishop Whipple; an Apostle to the Indians [iil.). Sun H, May. 439 
On Tragedy and Romance in the Melanesian Mbsion (///.), Sun M, 
XIX. Aug, 543 
Buckle, Henry Thomas, 1831 — 1863 : Notes on Buckle, by L6on 

Gambetta, N A R. CLXXI. July, 60 
Buckler's Hard, Hampshire, and Adams's Shipbuilding Yard : The 

Ships of ths New Forest, by W. J. Fletcher. T B, CXX. June, 316 
Buckwheat; Its Cultivation and Uses, by J.E.K.:i., Land M, IV. July, 

505 
Budde, Prof. Karl, 
On Isaiah vii. x and II. Kin^s xvi. 5, Ex T, XL Apr, 397 
On the Opening Versss of the Book of Ezekiel, ExT, XII. Oct, 39 
On Psalm Pioblsms. Ex T, XII. Dec, 139 
Buddhism : 
Buddhism, by Prof. T. W. Rhys-Davids, N A R, CLXXI. Oct, 517 (XXIL 

Nov, 449) 
Buddhism and Christianity ; Unity of Separated Peoples, by Austm 

Bierbower, A A, IV. Dec, 493 
The Breadth of Buddhism, by Teitaro Suzuki, O C, XIV. Jan, sx 
Gospel Parallels from P&li Texts, by A. J. Edmunds, O C, XIV. Feb, 1x4, 

Apr, 346, June, 358, Oct, 638 
AQvaghosha ; the First Advocate of the MahAy&na Buddhism, by Teitaro 

Suzuki, Mon, X. Jan, 316 
"A Buddhist Manual of Psychological Ethics" by Mrs. Rhys Davids; 
The Pioneer of the Abhidhamma in English, by J. C. Chattexji, Theos R, 
XXVII. Oct X 73 
The Revival of Buddhism in India, by Major-Gen. D. M. Strong, W R, 

CLIII. Mar, 371 
The Buddhist Revival in Ceylon, by Oscar L. Joseph (<//.), Mis R, XIII. 

May, 347 
Buddhism and Christianity; Religions of China, by Prof. Max MQller, 

N C, XLVIIl. Nov, 730 (XXIL Nov, 475) 
Among Chinese Monasteries, by Mrs. Archibald Little, Mac, LXXXL 

Jan, 30t 
Temoles of the Law at Mandalay ; the Most Curious Temple in the East 
(«//.), Sun Str, I. Feb, 338 
Budget, see under Finance (National) 
Buffalo, N.Y. : 
Buffalo and Her Pan-American Exposition, by Samuel G. Blythe (i//.), 

Cos. XXIX. Sept. 507 
The Possibilities of the Pan-American Exposition, by Anna B. McGill 

[HI.), C W, LXXII. Nov, 197 
Access to a Selected library ; the Buffalo Public Library Plan, by H. L. 
Elmendorf. Libr J. XXV. Aug, 38 
Buffalo Fight : A Tragedy of the Philadelphia Z3o, by J. Lover {til.), 

W W, V. Aug, 506 
Buford, Major Jefferson, (died x86i), and the Buford Expedition 

to Kansas. 1856, by W. L. Fleming. A H, VI. Oct, 38 
Buffle-Calis, by F. J. Crowest (i//.), Sun M, XXIX. Sept, 6x4 
Bunding, see under Architecture 
Building-Trades Conflict In Chicago, by S. V. Lindholm, J P Econ, 

VI 11. June, 337 
Built by Books— People's Palace and Other Institutions, by G. A. 

Wade («V/.), Q, Nov, 53 
Bulbs : 
Holland ; Where Our Bulbs come from, by M. Dinorben Griffith [ill.), 

P M. IX. May, 518 
On a Dutch Bulb-Farm, by S. L. Bensusan [ill.). W M, XL May, 66x 
Bulgaria : The Siege of Plevna, 1877, by Stepnen Crane, Lipp, LXV. 

May, 759 
Bull, John, and the English People, see under England and the 

English People 
Bull, Ole Bornemann. (x8io— 1880}, Poem on.— "The Goblin of Vales- 

trand,*' by Margaret Johnson [Hi.), St N, XXVIII. Dec, X38 
Bullen, F. T., 
On the Lonely Antarctic, L H, XLVIIL Apr, 507 
On Sociable Fish [til.), Str, XX. July, 35 
Buller, Sir Redvers, 
Gosse, Edmund, on, N A R, CLXX. Tan, X09 (XXL Feb, X40) 
Tooley, Mrs. S. A., on (»//.), L R, VII. Jan, 399 (XXI. Jan, 55) 
Bulstrode, Nicholas, in " Middlemarch," see under Elioi (George) 
Bulwer, Sir Henry Lytton, 1804— 1873, and the Clayton*Bulwer Treaty, 
1850, see under Nicaragua 



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INDEX TO THE 



BvNCB, William Gbdnby. 



Cactus Trnvt. 



Bunco, William Qedney, American Artist, by Charles Dodley^Wamer (Hi:), 

C M, LX. Aug, 63s 
Bunker Hill, Mass.. Battle of, 1776, by Stephen Crane, Upp. LXV. 

June, 924 
Bunny, Rev. W. C, ofWeStcombe: Life with an Army Coach, by Odc of 

the Horses, Q M, CCLXXXIX. Nov, 5x2 
Bunyan, John, 1638 — 1638 : 

The Immortal Dreaoner, by H. Friend (<//.). Q T, VI. Sept, 373 

The 'Historical Inspiration of "Hie Pilgrim's Progress," by J. Maitland 
Stuart, Pur, III. May, 381 ; and Reply to, by Dr. John Brown, Pur, 
III. June, 476 

Banyan's Dream in the Light of His lafe and Times, by John Day 
lliompson, P M Q, XXII. July, 511 
Buonarotti, Michael Ang^elo, see Michelangelo 
•Biii^er, Gottfried August, Z747-~Z794 : Molmerschwende; a PilgrinMige 

to burger's Birthplace, by Carina C Eaglesfield (i//.;, C W, LXXII. 

Oct, 8a 
Burghclere, Lord, Poem by.^TransIation of the Georgics of Virgil, 

Book II., lines 45«— 54a. N C, XLVII. Feb. 375 
Burglary Insurance, Bank, LXX. Oct, 54c 
<Burial of the Dead and Burial Customs, see under Death 
Buried Treasure : Treasure-Seeking Expeditions, by W. B. Lord, Naut M, 

LXIX. Mar, xas, Apr, 189, May, 351, June, 309, July, 387, Aug, 453, 

Sept, 523, Oct, 589, Nov, 657, Dec, 735 
Burke's Peerage, Unsigned Article on (i//.), Qeneal M, III. Feb, 443 
Surke, Miss Christian, Poems by,— 

••A Madrigal," Arg, LXX. Apr, 459 

** The Faithful City," (Mafbking), Black. CLXVIL June, 847 

"The PfasMDg of Summer," Black, CLXVIll. Sept, 416 

"A Prisoner of Hope." Q W. XLL Jan, 35 

*'The Return," L H, XLIX. Sept, 950 

" For the Honour of England," P M M, XX. Feb, X73 

*' Our Sovereign Lady," P M M, XX. Apr, 4^3 

**Thc Spirit of the Violin," P M M, XXII. Dec, 4ta 

"0 Ye of Liitle Faith," Sun M, XXIX, Mar, 158 

" On a Mi bummer's Eve," T B, CXX. July, 426 
Burke, Edmund, (1738—1797}, and the French Revolution, by Rev. 

W. B. Morris, D R, CXXVII. July. 69 
tBurkensdorf, Kingdom of Saxony : 'llie Storming of Burkendorf 

Heights, Z740, by Stephen Crane, Lipp, LXVI. Nov,. 781 
Burmah : 

■A Chief Court for Lower Burma, by Sir John Jardine, A Q. IX. Apr, 379 

Buddhist Temples of the Law at Mandalay : the Most Curious Temple in 
the East (i//.}, Sun 8tr, I. Feb, 338 

A Religious Fair in Burmah, by M. C. Conway-Poole (f//.), W W, VI. 
Nov, 171 

How Elephants are captured and trained in Burmah, by C. J. S. Makin 
(///.), El, XXIIL June, 373 
Burne-Jones, Sir Edward, 1831 — 1898 : 

Biographical, 'etc. (///.}, L R, VI 1 1. June, 151 

The Decorative Art of Sir E. Bume-Jones, by A. Vallance (///.), 
Art J Easter Annual (XXI. Apr. 3^) 

The Buzue-Jones Drawings in the British Museum, by W. Roberts (Hi.), 
M Art, XXIV. Aug, 453 

'* The Garden of the Uesperides " by Sir £. Burae-Jones, Julia Cartwright 
on (1//.), Art J, XVI. Mar, 65, 94 

" Perseus and Andromeda" by Sir £. Bume-Jooes, U. Rathbone on («//.}, 
Arch Rev, VIII. July, 33 

Notes on the Unfinished Works of Sir £. Burae-Jones, by Sir P. Burne-Jones 
(i//.), M Art, XXIV. Feb, 159 
BurnenJones, Sir Philip, on the Unfinished Works of Sir Edw. Burae-Jones 

(/7/.), M Art, XXIV. Feb, 159 
Burnet's (Prof. John) " Ethics of Aristotle," R. P. Hardie on, Mind, 

IX. Oct, 538 
Burns, John, on the British Working Man ; Interview, by R. Blathwayt 

(ft^/.), QT, VII. Nov, lao 
'Burns, Robert, Z759— Z796 : 

Robert Burns as a Social Reformer, by William Diack, W R, CLIV. Dec, 
656 (XXII. Dec, 576) 

The Maries of Burns and Cowper, by J. R. Aitken (i//.), Q T, V. H.-tr, 

385 
Carlyle and Burns ; Carlyle's Letters to Robert Chambers on a Fund for 

Mrs. Bcgg, Burns's Sister, by C. £. 8. Chambers, C J. III. Apr. 357 
Glenbervie, etc.; the Less Known Land of Burns, by B. MacGre^or (1//.). 
L H, XLIX. Nov. 31 
Burnside, Miss Helen Marion, 
On Christmas Card* [HI.), T M, V. Dec, 365 
Poems by Miss Helen Marion Burnside :— 

" When You are near Me " (t//.). GOP, XXL Mar, 376 
" Unity," OOP. XXL May, 496 
•* Far Away," GOP, XXL Sept, 793 
" A Christnxas Carol " [Hi.), Q R. III. Dec, 3x3 
■" O Sea-Sweet Wind," L R, VIII. May, 38 
Burnt Wood Work, see under Poker Work 
-Burr, Aaron, 1756— Z836: Alexander Hamilton's Estimate of Burr (///.], 

C M, LX.June, 350 
Burr, Theodosia, (Mrs. Alston), Z783— z8i3 ? Virginia T. Peacock on (///.), 

Lipp, LXVI. Aug, 360 
Burroughs, John, 
••The Light of Day" by John Burroughs, C. H. A. Bjerregaard en, 

Ideal R, XIII. Oct, 370 
On the Harriman Expedition : Summer Holidays in Alaskan Waters 

(«ra/and«7/.), C M, LX. Aug. 575 (XXII. Aug, 174), Sept, 7x4 
'Peem by John Borroughs >— *• To the Lapland Longspur," CM, LIX. 
Mar, 66 z 



Burton, Sir Frederic, t8z6 — z joo : 

W.A. on, M Art, XXIV. May, 333 

Unsigned Article on (<?/.}, M Art, XXIV. May, 330 
Burton, Richard, Poems by,*^ 

•• To Robert Louis Stevenson," C M LXI. Dec, 345 

•• Song of the Unsucce<sful,"-Q T, VI. May, 80 

** Conquerors," Harp. XXXIX. Apr, 702 

••The Hills of Home,^' N E M, XXII. Aug, 653 
Burton, Sir Richard F., (z83i — Z890}, on Dahomey ; In the Land of the 

Amazons, H, XVI. Mar, Z84 
Burton, Lady, died Z896 : 

Bit^graphical, by Georgina P. Curtis (<//.), C W, LXXII. Oct, 90 

Ltdy burton's Love Story, by L. A. M. Priestley, Q T, VI. Auir, 393 
Burton, Rev. Robert, (Z576— z64o).and His ••Anatomy of IMetencholy." 

by J. T. Curry, Q M, CCLXXXVIII. Feb, 18s 
Bury, Madante Pernande Blaze de, on Emile Zola ; the Mythology of 

the Nineteenth Century, Scot R, XXXV. Jan, 89 
Bury, Prof. J. B., on Prehistoric ionians, E H, XV. Apr, eSS 
Busaco, Portugal, Battle of, tSIO : The Diary of a Busaco Moak, by 

Charles Edwardes C J, III. July, 428 
Bush-Whacking in the Malay Peninsula, by Hugh Cliflford, -Black, 

CLXVIL Jan, I, Feb, Z9A. Mar, 363 
Bushey, Herts, and the Herkomer School, see under Art 
Bushnell, Horace, z8c,9 — 1876* 

Bioi^raphical Articles, etc., on Horace Bushnell, by — 

"Horace Bu»hnell, Preacher and Theologian" by Theodore T. Uu^ger, 
Walter Allen on, A M, LXXXV. M^r. 414 
Downs, R:v. R. P., (///.), Q T, V. Jan, 360 
Mead, Fxlwm D., N E M, XXI. Ian. 638 
Salmond, Principal S. D. F., L Q, IV. Oct, 310 
Buss, Miss Frances IMary, 1817 — Z894 : llie Frances Mary Buss School 

by Eleanor M. Hill (r//.), Q R, IL Apr, 59Z 
Butler, Dr. H. Montagu, on Specia ization in Education, J Ed, X3UL 

June, 3 
Butler, Bishop Joseph, Z693— Z753 : 

Self-Love ana Benevolence in Butler's Ethical System, by Dr. A. Lefevce. 
Phil R, IX. Mar, 167 

Butler's View of Conscience and Obligation, by Dr. A. Lefevse, Phil R, 
IX. July, 395 
Butler, Prof. Nicholas M., 

On Uniform College Admissi n Requirements, with a Joint Board of 
Examiners in America, Ed R A, XIX. Jan, t)8 

On the Status of Education at the Close of the Centtuy, Ed R A, XIX. 
Apr. 313 

On Elducation in the United States, Ed R A, XIX. May, 481 

On the Quincy (Mass.) Educational Movement, Ed R A. XX. June. 8b 
Butler, Sir Wm. F.,— Character Sketch (rV/.), R R, XXI. Jan, 19 
Butler, Lady, and Her Art, by Francis Phillimore (i/A), W M, XI. 

May, 643 
Butter and Butter-Making, see under Dairy 'Fiarming 
Butterfield, R. Lindsay P., Pattern-Designer, J.S.R. on (*ii.)y Artist, 

XXVIII. June, lo? 
Butterfield, William. Architect, 18Z4— 1900? 

Bumpus, r. F., on [iiL), Arch Rev, VIII. Oct, 19Z 

Kicardo, Halsey, on, (<//.}, Arch Rev, VI I. June, 359; VIII. July, 15 
Butterflies : 

Butterflies of the Palaeatftlc Region, by Dr. Heavy C. Lang (af/.), Sc G, 
VI. Jan, 336, Feb, a^Mar, 397, Apr, 333, May, 357; VII. Jane, xo^ 
July, 39, Aug, 72, Sept, 112, Oct, Z43, Nov, 170, Dec, 199 

I'wo New Varieties of Butterflies, by Koger Verity, Sc Q, VII. Sept, zz4 

Butteray-Col:ectiag in Corsica, by Dr. H. C. Lang (<//.), Sc Q, VI. Apr, 

By the Yellow Sands: Natural History Notes, by Fred WkasiMw, 

Long, XXXV. Mar, 455 
Bye- Laws, see under Local Government 
Byrde, William, (1538^—1633), and His D Minor Mass, by John P. Roa- 

ciman. Dome, VI. Mar, 157 
Byrom, John, (Z691— Z763), and His Miscellaneous Poems,byT. Derby, 

Man Q, XIX. Jan, 63 
Byron, Lord, 1788^1834 : 

••Letters and Journals" of Byron, edited by R. E. Prothero, XJnsigBel 
Articles on, E R, CXCIL Oct, 358 (XXII. Nov, 478} ; Q R, CXCIL 
July, 35 (XXII. Aug, 175) 
•' The Works of Byron" edited by Ernest Hartley Coleridge : 

Henley, W. E., on. P M M, XXI. Aug, 567 (XXII. Aug. 173) 
Unsigned Articles on, E R, CXCIL Oct, 358 (XXIL Nov, 478) : Q R, 
CXCIL July, 35 (XXIL Aur, 175) 
The True Story of the Prisoner of Chillon, by Baronne A. van Amstel, 

N C, XLVII. May 83Z (XXI. May, 480) 
Relics of Byron, by George Holme (<//.}, Munsey, XXII. Jan, 6oa 
Byron, Admiral John, (1733—1786), Poem on,—" Ballad of Foul' 

Ji<Lk," by M. C. GUliogton, Black, CLXVIL June, 788 
Byzantine Empire, see under Rome (Ancient) 



Cabinet, see under Parliamentary 
Cables, see Telegraph 

' Cab leways— Aerial Railways, see Aerial Transport 
Cabul, see under Afghanistan 

Cactus Tribe : Fighting the PrickLy Pear in Australia, by A. P. Conie^.., 
W W, VI. Nov, 163 



Cadet Cokps or Public Schools. 



PERIODICALS OF 1900. 



Caupbbll, Pkof. Lbwis. 



47 



Cadet Corps of Public Schools, s«e under Volunteers 

Cad man, Commissioner, on the Darkest England Scheme of the SalvAi ion 

Amy ; Interview, by W. H^ Hunt (///.), Q T, VI. Apr, 40 
Caerwent, Monmouthshire: l*he£xplotatioaofCacrwent, Ant, XXXVI. 

Feb, 57 
Gasear, Julius* by Shakespeare, see under Shakespeare 
Caiaphas, see under Bible and Biblical Criticism 

Caine, Hall, on the Old Century and the New, New C R, VIII. Dec, 498 
Qaird, Dr. John, (1820—1898). and His Qifford Lectures on the 
Fundamental Ideas of Christianity, 1882-3 and 1886-6 : 
Prof. J. Iverach on, Crit R, X. Mar, 146 
UnKijfned Ankle 00^ Ch Q, LI. Oct, 59 (XXII. Dec, 584) 
Caird, Mona, on Vivisection ; is It logically justifiable ? Humane R, I. 

July, X39 
Cairo, see under Egypt 

Cakes : Ceremonial Cake8,l)y Frauds J. Ziegler (t//.), Gov, XXIX. May, 37 
Calcio or Football in Italy : 

Anderton, Isabella M., on (///.), Q W, X1J. June, 408 
Zimmem, Miss Helen, on (///.), L H, XLVIII. Mar, 439 (XXI. Mar, 259) 
Calculated Indiscretion as an Art (in Politics), by T. H. S* Kscott, 

NewCR, VII. Jan, 40 
Calculating Machine of Charles Babbage : A Calculating 

" Philosopher," by John Fyvie, T B, CXIX. Jan, 27 
Calcutta, see under India 
Calcutta, Bfehop of, see Welldoo (Dr.) 
Caldwell, W., 

On Pragmatism, Mind, IX. Oct, 4*^3 

On Schopettbauer and Present Tendiencies, New W, IX. Dec, 639 
Calendar (see also Astronomy) : 

Time and Its Curious Contradictions, by William AUiogham, Naut M, 

LXIX. May, 959 
The Cencury Beginning and End, see under Century 
Proposed Reformation of the Calendar by the Russian Astzosoraers, by 

D. O'SuUivan, ACQ, XXV. Oct, 757 
** Monthly Star Maps for the Year 1900 " by Walter D. Bbikie : The 

Calendar, Scot, Q M, XVI. Jan, 34 
Dates on Which Paschal Full Moons occur, by Lieut. -Gen. Sir Charles 

Warren, PEE, Apr, 157 
Only an Old Almanac, 182a, by J. A. Black, Scots, XXV. M.ir, 255 
The "Political" Almanac, by Helen C. Gordon, H, XVII. Aug, 129 
California : 

As It was in '49, by Judge C. F. Lott, O M, XXXVI. Sept, 22 n 

Fifty Years of the 'Golden State, by Arthur I. Street (i//. ), Ainslee, VI. 

Sept, 09 
The \l\ght Hand of the Coutinent, by Charles F. Lummis {M.), Harp, 

XXXIX. Jan, 171 
The largest Mint in the World at San Francisco, by Charles G. Yale («^/.), 

OM,XXXVLDec, 558 
Taxing Churches in Cailifomia : 

F. D Bovardon, O M, XXXVI. Oct, 33» 
Member of the San Francisco Bar on, O M, XXXVI. Oct, 3^6 
Shail San Francisco municipalize Its Water Supply? by A. S. Baldwin, 

Mun A, IV. June, 317 
The Vines and Wines of California, by Andrea Sbaboro (/?/.), O M, XXXV. 

J«n. 65 
Oraoge-Culttire in South California, bv D. Wingnte, C J, III. Aug, 532 
A Year in Forest Rescrvatious, by W. C. Bartlett, O M, XXXV. Mar, 

The To«Tey Pine, by B. S. Angier («V/.), O M. XXXV. June, 45)1 
Among the Giant Redwoods of Santa Cruz, by Barry Cornell (f//.), W W, 

VI. Dec, 296 
How a Forest Fire was extinguished with Wine, by Prof. C. F. Holder 

(i//.). WW, V.July, :j39 
The World's Largest Truck-Gardens, by John E. Bennett liii,\ Cos, 

XXVIII. Mar, 495 
Trout-Culture in Mendocino, by E. D. Ward (<//.), O M, XXXV. June, 

545 
Ostrich- Farming in California, by A. Inkers'ey (i//.), Q W, XLI. Apr, 

339 
Misses Gussie and Louise Lahm ; the Girl-Ranchers of California, by W. 

F. Wade (»//.), Cos, XXVIII. Apr, 613 : Same Article (i//.), W W, V. 

{une, 3x8 
.ady at the Bear-Raising Ranch, by Mrs. Helen Grey (i/i.), WW, VI. 

Oct, 67 
Life-Saving at the Golden Gate, San Francisco, by Griswald North [t/^ ), 

Munsey, XXII. Jan, 569 
A Salvage Bureau at Oakland, by Eva V. Carlin (i//.), O M. XXXVI. 

Sept, 246 
Universities in California, see under Universities 
The California State Text- Book System, by Hichard D. Favilkner, Ed R A, 

XX. June, 44 
The Cafifornian Quaraniine against Consumptives, by Dr. S. A. Knopf, 

F, XXVIII. Jan, 615 
A Tuberculosis Quarantine not practicable, by Dr. W. P. Munn, F, XXIX. 

Apr, 183 (XXL May, 483) 
America'^ Lart^est Army Hospital at San Francisco, by Paul Pinckney (t//.), 

O M, XXXVL Nov, 487 
San Francisco's First Post-Office and Its Builder, by H. A. Benedict (///.), 

O M, XXXV. June, 555 
Good and Bad in San Francisco Architecture, by Nen ton J. Tharp (///.), 

O M, XXXVL Dec, si* 
Famous Madonnas in C^ifomia, by Eva V. Carlin (i7/.), O M, XXXVL 

Dec, 5x7 
Native Sous and Daughters and the Semi-Ceniannial, by E. D. Ward (///.), 
O M, XXXVL Sept, 910 



California — continued. 
CaliCbcnia's First Vacatisn School at Oakland, by Bva V. Carlin ItU.), aM, 

XXXV. May, 426 
Ihe Babies of Chinatown, San Francisco, by Mary Davison (iU.), CSjDS, 

XXVIII. Apr, 605 

How the Opium Fiends were fought with the Camera in San Fnncisco. 

by H. W. Canfiold (W.), W W, V. May. 187 
The Pacific Coast of the United States ; a Psychological Study of Infldcoce, 

by J. Royce, Inter M, 11. Nov, 555 
The Forests of the Yosemite Park, by John Muir, A M, LXXXV. 

Apr, 493 
The Wild Gardens of the Yosemite Park, by John Mtdr* A M« LXXXVI. 

Aug, 167 
Santa Catalina ; a Californian Paradise, by Prof. C. F. Holder (^/.), W W, 

V. July, 415 

Ihe Flower Carnival of Santa Barbara, by H. J. Shepstooe {til.), W W, 

IV. Feb, S54 
Some Hermit Homes of Califoinia Writers, by Adeline Knapp (<//.}, O M, 

XXXV. Jan. 3 
About the Big Basin, by J. C. McCrackin («//.), O M, XXXVI. Aug, 135 
Southern High Sierras, by Hatley P. Chandler (<^/.)> O M, XXXVI. Dec, 

Shasta, by B. Shun i iff (£/.}, O M, XXXVI. Augv 153 

A California Plymouth Rock at Monterey, by Mary H. Field, Chaut, 

XXXL July, 388 
A CUmatic Miracle in California, by Prof. C. F. Holder (<?/.}> W W, VI. 

Oct, 7 
How Indian Baskets are made, by Helen M. Carpenter (<//.), Cos, XXIX. 

Oct, 638 
The Wheel in the West, by Rotifier («//.), O M, XXXV. Tune. 531 
Rowing on Sa^ Fiancisco Bay, by A. Inkersley (///.), O, XXV. Mar, 575 
Golfing in the Far West, by T. H. Arnold (///.), O, XXXV. Mar, 559 
Golf in California, by Anhur Inkersley («//.), O M, XXXV. May, 387 
How We fought the Rabbits in Central California, by J. E. Bennett (t//.), 

W W, V. June, 243 
Ofishore Whaling in the Bay of Monterey, by Edward Berwick (i//.}, Cos, 

XXIX. Oct, 631 

Big Sharks as Game, by C. F. Holder {iii,\ O, XXXVII. Oct, 50 
Rod-Fishing for the Leaping Tuna, by S. J. Mathes, O. XXXV. Mar, 556 
The Lady Anglers of Santa Catalina. by Prof. C. F. Holder {iU.), W W, 

VI, Nov, 131 

Among the Etoves in California with a Shotgun, by T. S. Van Dyke, O, 
XXXV. Jan, 395 

The Sea-Cucumbers, Starfifhes, and Sea-Urchins of California, by A. G. 
Maddren, O M. XXXV. Apr, 364 

Ancient Alpine Glaciers of the Sierra Costa Mountains in California, by 
Oscar H. Hershey, J Qeol, VI 11. Feb, 43 
Calkins, Prof. Mary Whiton, 

On Elements of Conscious Complexes, Psychol R, VII. Jidy, 377 

On Pyscholoeical Aesthetics; an Attempted Experiment at Wellesley 
College, Mass.. Psychol R, VII. Nov, 580 

On Psychology as Science of Selves, Phil R, IX. Sept, 490 
Callow's (Edward) '*Old London Taverns," Hare Coint on. Black, 

CLXVIL Jan, iii 
Calvi. Mile. Emma, 

Calv£ at Home, by Julie Opp (1?/.), Munsey. XXIL Jan, 511 

Singer and Artist, by Constance Beerbohm (///.), C F M, XXXI. Oct, 516 
Calver, Dr. William, and His Experiments : Tapping the Sun's Strength, 

by C. M. McGovern {*//.), P M, X. Dec, 598 
Calverley, Charles Stuart, X83X— 1872, A. W. Fox on, Man Q, XIX. Oct, 

30 1 
Camberley, Surrey : The Public Schools' Field Day at Camberley, by R. 

Noel Focock (ii/.i, P 8 M, VI. Dec. 436 
Cambridge, Duke of, on the British Army, by G. Levesoa Gower, 

N A R, CLXX. Jan, i (XXI. Feb, 157) 
Cambridge : 

Twice round a Cambridge Clock, by H. Movie, I, XVI. Jan, 739 

The Virginal Book in the Fitzwilliiim Musetun, Mus T, aLI. Feb, 

The Woodwardian Museum, see Woodwardian Museum 

Cambridge University, see under Universities 
Cambridge Junior Local Examination, see under Education 
Cambridge, Mass. : 

Some Literary Memories of Cambridge, by William Dean Howelb, Harp, 
XL. Nov, 823 

Harvard University, see imder Universities 
Cambrin : Ihe Agriculture of a French Canton, by.Yan' Keravic, Econ R, 

X. Jan, I 
Camera, see under Photography 
Cameron. Miss Beatrice, — A Woman of Livention, by Sybil C. Mitford 

(i//.), LR, VIIL Tune. 191 
Cameron, Miss Katharine, Artist, H. C. MarilUer on (///.), Art J, XVI. 

May, 149 
Camm, Dom Bade, on Our Martyrs from the Valladolid Manuscript, M, 

XCVI. Oct, 345 
Camoys, Margaret, Lady, (died 13x0), and the Brass in Trotton 

Church, bv Lawrence Marsh (i//.), Geneal M, III. Apr, 54Q 
Camoys, Thomas Lord, and Elirabeth His Lady, and the Brasses 

(1434 and 1419) in Trotton Church (<//.), Qeneal M, IV. June, 50 
Campbell, Prof. Lewis, 

"Religion in Greek Literature" by Prof. CampixU, see under Greece 
(Ancient) 

On Climax in Tragedy, F R, LXVIIL July, 83 (XXIL Tuly, 78) 

On the Growth of Tragedy in Shakespeare, F R, LXVlf. Jan, 135 

On Some liberal (Church) Movements of the Last HslPQeotiuy, F R, 
LXVII. Mar, 497 (XXI. Mar, 265) 



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Campbell, Rev. R. J. 



CANADA.-^Cootinued. 



Campbell, Rev. R. J.. 
Rev. R. J. Campbell and a Nonconfonnist Cathedral for Brighton; 

Interview, by H. M. Walbro3k (i//.). 8un 8tr, I. Mar, 335 
On the Making of Empire, Y M, XIV. Jan, 14 ; and Reply to, by A. E. 
Fletcher, Y M. XIV. Mar, 87 
Campbell, William Wilfred, Poems by.^ 
" MominfT on the Lake Beach," Can M, XV. May, 38 
<*Gten Ella," Can M, XVI. Dec, 136 
" ITie Bridge," P M, IX. Feb, 169 
Camping : 
Summer Camps for Boys in America, by L. Rouillion (a^/.), R R A, 

XXI. June, 697 
A New Tent for the Snow Line, by F. A. Cook (i?/.), O, XXXVII. Dec. 

Canada : 

Political, etc : 
The New Australian Constitution and the Constitution of the Dominion 

compared, by H. H. Lusk, R R A, XXII. July, 72 (XXII. July, 74) 
Federal Constitution Development, by W. Martin Grimn, Law M, XXV. 

Feb, 1 83 
A Forecast of the General Elections, by M. E. Nichols, Can M, XV. 

Oct, 547 
The Issues of the General Election, by a Political Onlooker, Can M, 

XIV. Apr, 566 

The Story of Eight General Elections, by Arthur H. U. Colquhoun, 

Can M, XVL Nov, 17 (XXII. Nov, 565} 
The Manitoba Elections, by Kenneth Fessenden (///.}, Can M, XIV. 

Feb, 333 
British Columbia Politics, by T. L Grahame (&//.}, Can M, XV. Aug. 

330 
Sir Wilfred Laurier; Character Sketch, by Frederick Dolman {,iil.\ 

Universal. I. June, 338 
Canada and Sir John Macdonald, Q R, CXCI. Apr, 337 (XXI. May, 470} 
The Functions of a Governor-General, by a Political Onlooker, Can M, 

XV. June, 167 

Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal, by Florence Mary Gardiner {Hi.), 

Universal, I. Mar, 133 
Men rf the Empire, by Arthur Mce (1// ), Y M, XIV. Oct, 335 
Canadian Loyalty, by David Glass, A A, III. Apr. 3Q3 
Canada and Imperialism, by John Charlton, F, XXIX. Aug, 666 (XXII. 

Sept, 381) 
The Canadian Factor in Imperial Defence, by Capt. William Wood, 

U 8 M, CXUI. Apr. 73 
French Canada and the empire, by J. G. Snead Cox, N C, XLVIII. 

Nov, 777 (XXII. Nov, 475) 
Army, Mounted Police, Volunteers, etc. : 
Frederick William Bordeti, Minister of Militia, by C. A. Matthews [iii.\ 

Can M, XIV. Mar, 448 
The Canadian Faaor in Imperial Defence, by Capt. William Wood, 

U 8 M, CXLII. Apr, 73 
Canadian Loyalty to the Crown, by J. Macdonald Oxley, C J, III. Apr, 

93 j 
The British and Canadian Army Medical Services, by C. A. Matthews 

m.\ Can M, XV. Aue. tot 
The Canadian Tommy Atkins, by Percie W. Hart, LIpp, LXV. Mar, 

43S 
The Canadian Contingent, by Lieut. -Col. F. G. Stone, U 8 M, CXLI. 

Feb, 463 
The First Contingent in South Africa, by a Canadian Officer (rV.), 

Can M. XIV. Mar. 4' 7 
The Second Canadian Contingent, by Norman Patterson (i//.). Can M, 

XIV. Mar, 493 
The Cowboy and the North Western Kfounted Police Contingent; the 

Riders of the Plains, by C. Hanbury- Williams, Black, CLXVII. /\pr, 

474 
Strathcona's Horse, by Lieut. Cooper [iii.). Can M. XIV. Apr. 5:9 

Embarkation of Strathcona's Horse, by Emily P. Weaver (/7/.), Can M, 

XIV. Apr, 538 

The Embarkation at Halifax, by J. S. O'Bryan (<//.), Can M, XIV. 

Mar, 4J3 
The Maple Leaf in South Africa, by a Canadian Officer {ill.), Can M, 

XV. Aug, 3^9 

John A. Ewan and Frederick T. Hamilton. War Correspondents in 

South Africa, by John Lewis {ill.). Can M, XV. Oct, 495 
Soldier Police of the Canadian Northwest, by W. A. Fraser {ill.). 

Can M, XIV. Feb, 363 
The North Western Motmted Police ; Western Scouts, by E. R. Osborn, 

Mac, LXXXII. July, aoz 
Mounted Police: Warders of the West, by £. B. Osborn, C, VIII. 

June, 77^ (XXI. Tunc, 573, 580) 
Canada and Bisley, by Lieut. H. C Blair {ill.). Can M, XV. Aug, 319 
Finance, Trade, etc. : 
Canadian Trade with Great Britain, by Richard Jebb, C R, LXXVII. 

Jan, 82 (XXI. Jan, 59} 
The Canadian Preferential Tariff of 1897, by Prof. J. Davidson, Econ J. 

X. Dec, 540 
Imperial and Colonial Preferential Trade, by John Charlton, F, XXX. 

Oct, 180 (XXII. Nov, 481) 
American and Canadian Trade Relations, by J. Charlton, F, XXIX. June, 

471 {XXII. luly, 80) 
Canada and the German Tariff Treaty ; the Sacriiice of Canada, by 

Ernest E. Williams, Nat R, XXXVI. Nov, 430 iXXlI. Nov, 473) 
Credit and Trade in Canada, 1899, Bank, LXIX. Feb, 908 
The Canadian Rojralty in the Yukon, by W. H. Lynch, A A, IV. 

Sept, 199, Oa, 347 



Canada — continued. 
Finance, Trade, etc.— continued. 
The Canadian Bank Amendment Act of 1900, by R. M. Breckenridfe, 

Q J Econ, XIV. Aug, 543 
The Amendment of the Canadian Bank Act, Bank, LXX. Dec, 7x4 
The Montreal Bank ; the Greatest Bank in America, by J. MaodooaU 

Oxley {ill.). Can M, XVI. Dec, 99 
A National Mint, by John A. Cooper, Can M, XV. Sept, 469 
Railways : 
Government Ownership of Railways, by R. L. Richardson, Can M, XV. 

Sept, 404, Oct, 531 : XVI. Nov, 60. Dec, 164 
The Rulers of the Great American Railways {ill.), Munsey, XXIIL 

Sept, 771 
Sir N^ illiam Van Home ; the Build ?r of the Canadian-Pacific Railroad, 

by H. H. Lewis {Ul.), AInslee, VI. Dec, 450 
The Canadian Railway Exhibits at the Paris Exhibition, by D. T. Timiss 

{ill.). Rail M, VII. Sept. 979, Oct, 357 
The Pilgrims' Line, or St Anne's Elailway, by John Fairman [UL], 

Rail M, VII. Nov, 430 
Shipping, Canals, etc : 
Inland Waterways of British Columbia, by H. B. Small, Naut M. LXIX. 

Jan, x6 
Canals from the Great Lakes to the Sea, by Major T. W. Syxnons, F, 

XXIX. Apr, 903 
Sault Ste. Marie Canal ; the Worid's Greatest Canal, by WaUooFawcctt 

{Ul.), Muneey, XXII. Mar, 817 
Agriculture, Industry, etc : 

llie Evolution of a Wheat-Crop, by Harold Bindloes, Mac, LXXXIII. 

Nov, 93 
Bush-Farming in British Columbia, by Harold Bindloss, New C R^VIIL 

July, 68 
Cattle-Ranching ; a Visit to a " Round-Up," by John Innes («r/.1. 

Can M, XVL Nov, 8 
Canadian Fisheries, by W. S. Harwood {Ul.), P M M, XXI. Juoe^ 176 

(XXL June, 563, 573) 
A Harvest of Salmon in British Columbia [ill.), E I, XXII. Feb, 5x3 
The History and Progress of Mining in BritL«h Columbia, by H. 

Mortimer Lamb {vmp and ill.), Eng M, XIX. July, 543 (XXII. 

Aug, 181) 
The Gold-Mines of British Columbia, C J, III. July, 49Z 
Goldfields of the Yukon Region, see Yukon Region 
The Iron Ores of British Columbia, by H. Mortimer Lamb {ill.), Eng M, 

XX. Dec, 399 
Iron Ores of the Labrador Peninsula, by A. P. Low (Mro/ and SI.]. 

Eng M, XIX. May, 905 (XXL June, 581) 
North-West Territory, Hudson Bay, etc. : 
The Klondike Goldfields, see Yukon Region 
The J^omance of the Fur-Trade, by £. B. Osborn, Mac, LXXXL 

Feb, 969 
The Great Fur Company of Today, by Beckles Willson, C, IX. Nov, 6C0 

(XXII. Nov. 478, 489) 
"The Great Company, 1667—1871 " by Becklet Willson : The Hndsoa 

Bay Company, Scot R, XXXV. Apr, 926 
'*The Remarkable Hbtory of the Hndson's Bay Company " by Pro£ 

George Bryce, Rev. R. G. MacBeih on, Can M, XV. Sept, 449 
The Hudson's Bay Company, E R, CXCII. July, 161 (XXII. Aug, i-j6) 
Henry Hudson's Explorations ; Into a Silent Se.i, by Vincent Van Macter 

Beede, Chaut, XXXl. July, 333 
A Journey from Chesterfield Inlet to Great Slave Lake, 1898-9, by Davii 

T. Hanbury (««/), Q J, XVI. July, 63 
A Day's Work of an Arctic Hunter, by A. J. Stone {map and SI.), 

W Work, I. Nov, 85 
The Stability of the Land around Hudson Bay, by J. B. Tyrrdl, 

Qeol M, VII. June, 966 
Catholic Missionaries in Canada ; Heroes of Our Own Land, by 

Marion I. Brunowe {ill.), C W, LXXI. Sept, 809 
The Norih-West Red-Man and His Future, by Bleasdell Cameras, 

Can M, XlV.Jan, 3x4 
Edmonton ; the City on the Saskatchewan, by Bleasdell Cameroik [SI.), 

Can M. XV. June, 99 
British Columbia : 
British Columbia Politics, by T. L. Grahame (t//.), Can M, XV. Ai«. 

Inland Waterways of British Columbia, by H. B. Small, Naut M. LXIX 

Jan, z6 
Bush-Farming in British Columbia, by Harold Bindloss, New C R, VIIL 

July, 68 
A Harvest of Salmon {01.), E I. XXIL Feb, 513 
The Hist ry and Progress of Minii^ in Briiish Columbia, by H. 

Mortimer Lamb [map and SI.), Eng M, XIX. July, 543 (XXIL 

Aug, 181) 
The Gold Mines of British Columbia, C J, III. July, 491 
The Iron Ores of British Columbia, by H. Mortimer Lamb (af/.}> Eng 

M, XX. Dec, 399 
Under the Western Pines, by Harold Bindloss, Q M. CCLXXXIX Dec, 

597 
Summer on the Pacific Coast, by Julian Durham {SI.), Can M, XV. 

May, 6 
In the Gameland Our Fathers lost, by Frederic Irland [ill.). Scribe 

XXVIII. Sept, 259 
A Sporting Honeymoon in British Columbia, by a Staff Officer [Sl.\ 

W W, V. June, 307 
Transformations among the Indians of Caledonia, by Bishop Ridley, 

Mis R, XIII. July, 598 
The Alaska Boundary Question, see under Alaska 



Canada.— Continueil. 



PERIODICALS OF 1900. 



Canals. 



49 



Canada— <oD tiaued. 
Manitoba : 

The Uanitoba Election.*, by Kenneth Fessenden (i^/.)i Can M, XIV. 

Feb, 333 
After Wild Geese in Manitoba, by C. Hanbury-WiUiams, Black, 

CLXVIII. Sept, 350 
Ontario : 

F. H. Clergue and Industrial Development in New Ontario, by Principal 

Grant (///.), Can M. XV. Oct. 483 
The Catholic Church in Ontario, by Dr. Thomas O'Hagan, ACQ, 

XXV. Jan, 15 
James Bain, jr., Librarian of the Toronto Public Library, by A. H. U. 

Colquhoun (//A), Can M, XV. May, 31 
Toronto, by James L. Hughes (t//.), N E M, XXIII. Nov, 305 
Toronto, by Harry Furnish (///.). W M, XI. Feb, 381 
HamUton. by Harry Fumiss (///.}, W M, XI. Mar. 456 (XXI. Mar, 

a45> 349) 
London, by Harry Furniss (<//.)> W M, XI. Apr, 563 
Ottawa, by Harry Furniss (i//.), W M, XI. Mar, 456 (XXI. Mar, 945, 949) 
The Ottawa Valley, by Norman H. Smith (»7/.), Can M, XV. M«y, 57 
The Hull-Ottawa Fire, April, 1900, by Fraaklin Gadsby {ill.), Can M, 

XV. July. 195 

Romantic Muskoka, by W. R. Bradshaw [ill.], A A, IV. July, 57 

'Ihe Georgian bay Arciiipelago, by W. R. Bradshaw [iU.\ Can M, XV. 

May, x6 
Tourist Attraciions in Ontario, by William B. Varley (///.}, Can M, XV. 

May, 24 
The Annual Race for the Queen's Plate at Toronto^ by Horseman, 

Can M, XV. July. 070 
The Wheel Highways of Ontario, by Robert Bruce (ma/), O, XXXVI. 

Inly, 40X 
Wild Fowl of Ontario, by C. W. Nash [Ul.), Can M, XV. Oct, 521 ; 

XVI. Nov, 4a 

The Calcareous Concretions of Kettle Point, Lambton County, by 

Reginald A. Daly {ill.), J Qeol, VIII. Mar, 135 
Quebec: 

The Fall of Quebec, 1759, by Rev. Cyrus T. Brady ;«//.). McCI, XV. 

July, 267 
Pioneer Women of Quebec ; Maids and Matrons of New France, by 

Mary S. Pepper {jll.)* Chaut, XXXII. Nov, 130, Uec, 249 
Quebec, by Harry Fumiss {ilt.)% W M. XI. May, 703 
Montreal, by Harry Furniss [HI.), W M, XI. Jan, 237 (XXI. Jan, 57} 
The Montreal Bank; the Greatest Bank in America, by J. Macdoiiald 

Oxley (///.), Can M. XVI. Dec, 99 
The Chfcteau de Ramezay at Montreal, by Major A. C. Yate, A Q, IX. 

Jan, 163 
The 'I'esting T laboratories, McGill University, Montreal, Prof. Henry T. 

Bovey on {ill.), Eng T, IV. Dec, 487 
Reading List on Canada and Montreal, LIbr J, XXV. Mar, iso 
Tlie HullOtUwa Fire, April, i9x>, by Franklin Gadsby {Ut.), Can M, 

XV. July, 195 
New Bmnswick : St. John and the St. John River ; a Seaward Visw, by 

A. M. Belding {ill.). Can M, XV. May, 49 
Prince Edward Island : Amid Cliffs and Sand Dunes, by Beatrice 

Rosamund {ill.). Can M, XV. May, 62 
Nova Scotia : 

Pioneer Women of Acadia ; Maids and Matrons of New France, by 

MaryS. Pepper {maps and ill.), Chaut, XXXII. Oct. 15 
The Exiles of Acadia, by Emily P. Weaver, Sun M. XXIX. Nov, 765 
Sable Island, by Gustav Kobb6 {ill. and tna^s)^ Ainsle«, V. Feb, 44 
Newfoundland, see Newfoundland 
Iron Ores of the Labrador Peninsula, by A- P. Low {maps and ill.). 

Eng M, XIX May, 203 (XXI. June, 581) 
Csuiaduan Indians : 

Indian Treaties, by E. 6. Osbom. Q M. CCLXXXVIII. M.ty, 506 
The Pagan Indians of Canada, by Marshall O. Scott {ill.). Can M, XV. 

July, 204 
The North-West Red Man and His Future, by Bleasdell Cameron, Can M, 

XIV. Jan, 2Z4 
Life aroonsst the Red Indians ; Interview with Rev. Egerton Young, by 

H. Hawken {ill.). Pur. III. Mar, 203 
Whv the Indian paints His Face. byT. Dreiser {ill.), P M, X. Dec, 6oz 
Father Marquette, Discoverer of the Mississippi, by E. Leahy, ir E R, 

Vn. Jan, 37, Feb. X48 
Transformations among the Indians of Caledonia, by Bishop Ridley, 

Mis R, XIII. July, 528 
A Sunday School among the Cree Indians, by Egerton R. Young (///. ), 

Sun H, Apr, 395 
Among the Blackfeet at Festival-Time, by J. W. SchulU {ill.), W W, V. 

Apr, 82 
The Museum of the Ch.1teau de Ramezay at Montreal, by Major A. C. 

Yate, A O. IX. Jan, 163 
Religion and Missions (see also Subheading Canadian Indians above} : 
The General Assemblv of the Presbyterian Church in Canada, by Dr. 

William Craven, P R R, XI. Oct, 680 
The Work of Canadian Missionary Societies, by Rev. E. Ryerson Young, 

Jr., Mi« R. Xin, Jan. ^2 
Mission Life in Far Labrador, by F. W. Ward (///.), 8un 8tr, I. Mar, 339 
The C:4iholic Church in Ontario, by Dr. Thomas O'Hagan, A C Qi 

XXV. Jan, 15 
How the Spirit- Wrestlers came to Canada, by D. L. Pierson {ill.), W W, 

IV. Mar, 723 
City Government in Canada, by S. M. Wickett, P 8c Q, XV. June, 940 
Canadian Libraries, by J. Bain, Jr., Libr J, XXV. Aug, 7 ; Same Article, 
Can M, XVI. Nov. 98 



Canada — continued. 
James Bain, Jr., librarian of the Toronto Public library, by A. H. U. 

Colquhoun {ill.). Can M, XV. May, 31 
Meeting of the American Library Association at Montreal, see under 

Libraries (U.S.) 
Reading List ou Canada and Montreal, Libr J, XXV. Mar, xao 
Canadian Literature, see Canadian Literature 

literature and Art in Ciinada, by Sir John Bourinot, A A, III. Feb, 99 
Planting-Out State Children in South Africa : r^n Example from Cansida, by 

Duke of Ar^ll, N C, XLVII. Apr, 609 (XXI. Apr, 350) 
Historical, Miscellaneous, and Descriptive : 
French Canada and Canada, by Errol Bouchette, Can M, XIV. Feb, 3x3 
France and England in North America, by Caroline B. Shaw, N E M, 

XXI. Jan, 567 
llie Noblesse of the Old Regime, by W. Bennett Munro, Can M, XIV. 

Apr, 568 
Maids and Matrons of New France, by Mary S. Pepper {maps and ///.), 

Chaut, XXXII. Oct, 15, Nov, 130, Dec, 249 
The Fall of Quebec, 1759, by Kev. Cjrrus T. Brady {ill.), McCI, XV. 

July, 267 
Can-ida and the American War of 18x2, by J. Castell Hopkins, U 8 M, 

CXLII. Sept, 6x3 
Some Distineuished Canadian Soldiers, by Thomas E. Champion {ill.). 

Can M. XIV. Feb, 350, Apr, 499 
Indian Treaties, by E. B. Osbom, Q M, CCLXXXVIII. May, 506 
The Chateau de Ramezay at Montreal, by Major A. C. Yate, A Q, IX. 

Jan, X63 
Canada at the Paris Exposition, by W. R. Stewart {ill.). Can M, XV. 

Sept. 387 
Canadian Sketches, by Harry Furniss {ill.), W M, XI. Jan, 237 (XXI. 
Jan, 57), Feb, 381, Mar, 456 {XXI. Mar, 245, 249), Apr, 563, May, 

703 
Canada and the Tourist, by John A. Cooper {ill.\ Can M, XV. May, 3 
An Eastern Holiday, by Jean Blewet?, Can M, XV. May, 65 
A Cold Day in Mid-Canada, Black, CLXVII. Jan, 53 
Niagara in Winter, by Orrin E. Dunlap [ill.), Cos. XXVIII. Apr, 593 
La Mer Douce ; the Great Lakes of America, by E. S. Ros.oe and Helen 

Clergue, T B, CXXI. Sept, 92 
The Ascent of Mount St. Elias by the Duke of Abruzzi, W.S.B. 00, 

{ill.), 8cot Q M, XVI. Dec, 70a 
A Ciuise in Canadian Gulf Waters, bv T. C. Evans. A A, IV. Sept. 22^ 
Iceboats and Iceboating in Canada, by Becklcs Willson {ill.], u F M, 

XXXII. Dec, 8x 
Sp rt : 
A Sporting Honeymoon in British Columbia, by a Staff Officer {ill.), 

W W, V. June, 307 
The Big Game oi Canada, by C. A. Bramble (ma/ and ill.). Can M, 

XIV. fan, 285, Feb, 382, Mar, 464. Apr, 543 
In the Gameland Our Fathers lost, by Frederic Irland {ill.), 8c rib, 

XXVIII. Sept, 259 
Moose- Hunting: the Coming of the Snow, by Frederic Irland {ill.), 

8crib, XXVII. Jan, 87 
Moose- Hunting in the Backwoods, by A. P. Silver [ill.), W W, V. Apr, 

xox 
'Mid the Haunts of the Moose. Black, CLXVIII. July, 58 (XXII. July, 

48) 
On a Moose-Run, by W. R. W^adsworih, Can M, XVI. Nov, 56 
Wild Fowl of Ontario, by C. W. Nash {HI.), Can M, XV. Oct, 52X ; 

XVI. Nov, 49 
After Wild Geese in Manitoba, by C. Hanbury-Williams, Black, 

CLXVIIL Sept, 350 
Geology : 
"Geological Survey of Canada" by G. M. Dawson, Arthur H. Ford on, 

Qeol M, VII. Apr, 177 
On the Probable Occurreuce of a Large Area of Nepheline-Bearin? 

Rocks on the Northeast Coast of Lake Superior, by Fr.ink D. Adams, 

J Qeol. VIII. June. 322 
Further Notes on Podophthalmous Crustaceans from the Upper Creta- 
ceous Formation of British Columbia, etc., by Dr. Henry Wuodward 

[ill.), Qeol M. VII. Sept, 392, Oct, 433 
Canadian Literature : 

Robert Barr on Literature in Canada : 
1 he Six Pries to Robert Barr, Can M, XV. Jan, 848 
The Popularity of Dickens, by E. S. Williamson, Can M, XV. Mar, 479 
Robert Barr and Liteiaiure in Canada, by Walter J. Brown, Can M, XV. 

June, 170 
L'terature and Art in Canpda, by Sir John Bourinot, A A, III. Feb. 99 
The Modern School of Canadian Writers, by Winifred Lee Wendell [ill.), 

Bkman A. XI. Aug. 5x5 
The Prose Writers of Can.^da, by Dr. S. E. Dawson, Libr J, XXV. 

Aug, IX 
Canadian Poets and Poetry, by W. D. Lighthall, Libr J, XXV. Aug, 

The Roberts Family, by A. B. de Mille [ill.). Can M, XV. Sept, 426 

Canadian Copyright. Au, XL Oct, 84, Nov. loi 

The Lady Aberdeen Association for the Distribution of Book% etc., by Miss 

E. E. l.Aidlaw, Libr J, XXV. Aue, a? 
Canadian Writers noticed, see Connor (Ralph), Stringer (.Arthur) 
Canals (see also Articles under Nicaragua, Panama, Canida, United 

States) : 
Electricity for To«'iog-Work. by J. E. Whitby, C J. III. Mar, 176 
The Rhiue-Elbc Canal, by Prof. J. H. Gore {map), R R A, XXI. Apr, 

457 
An Anglo-American Ship Canal and the Question of Inter-Oceanic 

Communicaiion, see under Nicaragua 



H 



50 



INDEX TO THE 



Cannibal-I.and. 



Carter, Dr. R. Bruobnbll. 



4 



Cannibal Land, see Congo Country under Africa 

Cannon, George Q.,— The Mormon Richelieu, by Arthur I. Street (r7/.)i 

Ainslee, IV. Jao, 6qq 
Cannons, H. Q. T., Bibiiosraphy by.— Practical and Historical Printing ; 

Select List of Books, Libr W, II. Mar, 245, Apr, 970 , 
Canoeing : 
The Building of a Birch Canoe, by Tappan Adney («r/.}, O, XXXVI. 

May, 185 
Up-Stream Canoe Craft, by A. B. Chandler {»//.), O, XXXVI. July, 358 
The "Cunneis" of Chesapeake Bay, by A. J. Keoealy («//.), O, XXXVI. 

May, 148 
The Real Canoeing, by R. B. Burchard (///.), O, XXXVII. Oct. 78 
The International Canoe Meet of 1900, by D. J. Howell (&^/.), Can M, 
XV. Oct, 5x3 
Canterbury : 
English History in Canterbury Cathedral, by Marshall S. Snow («//.)t 

Can M. XIV. Jan, 252 
Prerogative Court of Cacterbury Wills, I L, Part LXXIX. Mar; Psrt 

LXXX. June; Part LXXXI. Sept; Part LXXXII. Dec 
Abstracts of Nelson Wills in ths Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 
Qeneal IM, III. Jan, 413, Feb, 448, Mar, 499, Apr, 546 ; IV. May, 30, 
June, 62, Aug, 161, Oct, 260, Nov. 314, Dec, 353 
Canterbury. Archbishops of, noticed, see Benson (Archbishop), Laud 

(Archbishop William), Parker (Dr. M.), Temple (Archbishop) 
Canticles or 8ong of Solomon, see under Bible and Biblical Criticism 
Canton, William, 
On Sir John Everett MiUais, Q W, XLI. Feb, 741 
On John Ruskin [ill.), Q W, XLI. Mar, 213 
On Tennyson's Early Poems. Q W, XLI. Sept, 645 

On the *' Master Christian " by Miss Marie Corelli, Bkman, XIX. Oct, it 
On Dante {ill.), Q W, XLI. June. 28s 

On '* Nature in Downland " by W. H. Hudson, Q W, XLI. Aug, 573 
On the " Book of Parliament" by Michael MacDonagh, Q W, XLL Nov, 

789 
On Recent Books on the S. African War, Q W, XLI. July, 499 
On China, Q W, XLI. Oct. 717 

Poem by William Lanton,— "At St. Gall, a.d. 850, "Bkman A, XII. 
Nov, »47 
Cao, Diogo, and His Voyages, 1482-88, by E. G. Ravenstein {ma/s and 

ill.), Q. J, XVI. Dec, 6»5 
Capacity in Administration, see under Parliamentary 
Cape Colony and Cape Town, see under Africa 
Capenny, 8. H. F., on an Indo-European Highway, Scot Q M, XVL 

Sept, 523 
Capercailzie-8hooting in the Austrian Alps, by Count Douglas Thurn 

(tV/.). Bad M, XL Dec, 654 
Capital That moves— Addis Ababa, Abyssinia, by Herbert Vivian 

{til.), P M, X. Sept, 291 (XXII. Sept, 282) 
Capital Punishment: Shall Hanging end with the Nineteenth Century ? 

by Dr. Josiah Oldfield, Humane R, I. Apr, 58 
Cappadocia : 
Cappadocian Discoveries, E R, CXCI. Apr, 409 (XXL May, 480) 
Recent Uittite Discoveries, by Col. C. R. Conder, Scot R, XXXVI. July, 

62 
Troglodyte Dwellings in Cappadocia, by J. R. Sitlington Steirett [ill.)t C M, 
LX. Sept, 677 , 
Capper, Alfred, Thought-Reader; Interview, by R. Blathwayt (f//.), 

CFM, XXXI. Nov, 604 
Caprarola, North Italy : The Villa Farnese at Caprarola ; an Idyll of the 

Renaissance, by Marie D. Walsh (1//.), Arch Rec, X. Oct, 113 
Captives of a Crazy King, (Theodore of Abyssinia), by £. £. Miker («//.), 

W W, V. May, 140 
Carboniferous Rocks, see imder Geology 
Cardiff : 
An Attempt to solve the School Libraries Problem at Cardiff, by Rev. 

W. E. Winks, Libr A R, 11. Apr, 190 
The Co-operative Congress at CaruifT, see under Co-operative Movement 
Cardoza, Elizabeth C, Poem by,— "The Unsuccessful," C M, LX. 

May, loi 
Cards and Card-Playing : Playing-Cards, by Helen C. Gordon [HI.], 

Lud. IX. Mar. 483 
Carew, Bampfylde Moore, 1693 — 1765?: An Amazing Vagabond, by 

Arthur M. Brice. C, IX. Dec, 828 
Carey, William, (1761—1834), and Park Street Chapel, Nottingham ; 

The Cradle of Modem Missions, by H. Mee (HI.), Pur, III. May, 37a 
Caricature in Illustrated Journaliam, see under Journalism 
Carlile (J. W.) Institute at Meltham itll.), J Man Q 8, XV. June, 205 
Carlile, Rev. W., and the Church Army : 
A Man Who reaches the Masses {til.). Sun H, Nov, 17 
St. Mary-ai-Hill; the Busiest Church in London, by A. Mee (t//.), T M, 

IV. Apr, 579 
The Church Army; a Novel Way of filling a Church, by P. Astor {ill.)t 
Harms. V. Aug, 6z 
Carlisle. Earl of, and Naworth Castle, by Rev. A. H. Malan IHl.), 

P M M, XXI. July, 293 
.Carlisle, Lucy Countess of, died j66o? Strafford's Friend, by G. Serrell. 
4 T B, CXXI. Dec, 574 

Carlisle, Cumberland ^* 
• ' ^The Citadel Station. byjH- V. French («//.), Rail M, VIL Nov, 386 

vjycle Accommodation in the Carlisle Public Library, by A. Sparke {ill.), 
Libr W II. M.y, fSS (XXJ.-J«ne, 268) 
Carlos, Don,— The Spanish « Pretender, by D. Raimun da. Ramirez {ill.), 
'Murisey, XXII. Feb, 721 ' ' * » 

Carlyle, E. Irving, on St. John's College, i)xfon^(iZ/.),' A r^,4JC5e'Atr, 

447 



Carlyle, Thomas, 1795— x88i : 

** Prophets of the Nineteenth Century" by May A. Ward, B. O. Flower 
on, A, XXIV. Nov, 55a 

A Visit to Ecclefechan, by Wilmot Harrison (ft^/.), Q T, VII. Dec, 209 

Carlyle and Robert Chambers ; Unpublished Letters, C. £. S. Chambers 
on, C J, III. Apr, 257 

Carlyle and Shelley, by WUliam Larminie, C R, LXXVIL May, 728 
(XXI. May, 478I 

The Blumine of " Sartor Resartus," by £. S. Nadal, Bkman A, XXL Oct. 
126 
Carman, Bliss, Poems by,— 

'* The Wishing Sands," Ainslee, VI. Aug, 3a 

*' The Lanterns of Eulalie " (<//.), Ainslee, VI. Oct, 213 

"The Northern Muse," A M, LXXXV. June, 853 

" A Prelude," Harp, XXXIX. Apr, 667 

•• The Yellow of the Leaf," Harp, XL. Nov, Bga 

"A Thanksgiving," LI pp, LXVI. Nov, 772 

•* In a Garden " {ill.), Munsey. XXIII. Apr, 123 

''The Green Dancers," Scrib, XXVIII. Aug. 264 
Carmen 8ylva, see Roumania (Queen of) 
Carmichael's (Alexander) "Carmina Qadelica": The Gael and His 

Heritage, by Fiona Madeod, N C, XLVIII. Nov, 825 
Carnarvon, Extinct Earldom of, by H. L. Cnbb {ill.)t Qeneal M, IV. 

Dec, 3« 
Carnegie, Andrew, 

Character Sketch {ill.), R R Aus. XVL Tan, 69 

How Andrew Carnegie became a Multi-MilUonaire, by J. Moritaen [£U,], 
R R A, XXI. Apr, 436 

The Frick-Carnegie Suit, by J. Moritzen {HI.), R R A, XXL Apr, 433 
(XXL Apr, 373) 

On Popular lUtisions about Tiusts, C M, LX. May, 143 (XXI. May, 481 1 

On the Presidential Election, N A R, CLXXL Oct, 491; (XXIL Nov. 452; 
Carnivals : Fancy Fetes, by G. A. Wade {ill.), L R, VIII. July, 337 
Carolina, North, (see also Biltmore) : 

A Southern Mill Town, by Holland Thompson, P Sc Q, XV. Mar, z 

A North Carolina Opossum Hunt, by F. A. Olds {HI.), O, XXXVI. Apr, 33 
Carolina, South, (see alsio Charleston) : 

The E<igefield Advertiser, 1836 — 1848 ; Gleanings from an Old Southera 
Newspaper, by W. P. Trent, A M, LXXXVI. Sept, 356 
Carpaccio, Vittore, Italian Painter, 1450? — 1521? Poem on, — "Carpac- 

cio's Little Angel with the Lute," by Josephuie P. Peabody (*tf.), C M, 

LIX. Mar, 719 
Carpenter, Bishop Boyd, of Ripon : 

**A Popular History of the Church of England" by Bishop Boyd 
Carpenter, Unsigned Article on, Ch Q, L. July, 385 

On Christ the Teacher [ill.), Q, Nov, 20, Dec, 166 

On the Responsibility of Wealth, Hom R, XL. Sept. 223 

On the Religious Element in the Poets, Sun M, XXIX. Jan, xi, Fd>, 90^ 
Mar, 163, Apr, 234, May, 3c6, June, 419, July, 442, Aug. 537, Sept, 635, 
Oct, 6-.8. Nov, 730, Dec, 8a6 

Poem by Bishop Boyd Carpenter .*— " A Girl Army," Q R, HI. Nov, 77 
Carpenter, Edward, 

A Dream of Human Life, by Edward Carpenter, Humane R, I. July, 97 

On Empire, Humane R, I. Oct, 193 
Carpets : 

llie Weaving of " Turkey " Carpets in Donegal, by Mary Gorges, C J, 
III. Nov, 74X 

Fine Orietitaf Rugs, by Dinah Sturgis {iU.), O M, XXXVI. July, 71 
Carr, Mrs. Comyns, Poem by,— '*A Song of the Dawn,^* W M, XIL 

Jime, 80 
Carrara, Italy : A Marble World, by E. St. John Hart {UL), P M, X. 

Dec, 630 
Carriages (see aUo Motors) : 

Some Royal Equipage*, by Felicia Buttz Qark {ill.), Munsey, XXII. 
Feb, 731 

The Queen's Conveyances, by G. A. Wade {UD, W M, XIL Tune. 55 

llie Country-Cart of Today, by Caspar Whitney {ill.), O, XXXVI. Joae, 

933 

The Sedan Chair, by A. M. Stevens, Q M. CCLXXXIX. July, x 
Carrington, John T., on " The Babylonians and Assyrians " by Pto£. A. 

H. Saycs ; Sociology and Science ot Babylon, Sc Q, VI. Mar, 300 
Carroll. Lewis, {Rev. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson), 18)2—1998: ** Lewis 

Carroll " as a Preacher, by C. I . Bateman {ill). Pur, HI. Jcly, 539 
Carruth, William Herbert, Poem by,—" The Phantom Goest,^ N E M. 

XXII. May, 348 
Carryl, Guy Wetmore, Poems by, — 

"The Punishment administered to Humpty Dumpty " {iU.), Harp, XI. 
June, 158 

"The Perfidy practised by Simple Sinon " [ill.). Harp, XL. July, 316 

••The Remark of the Inoffensive Clock," Harp, XL. Oct, 834 

"The Equestrian of Banbury Cross," Harp, A.L. Nov, 97a 

'• At the Passing of the Year," Munsey, XXII. Jan, 505 

*• In My Study," Munsey, XXIL Mar, 910 

"The Impecunious Cricket and the Frugal Ant," Munsey, XXIII. Aog, 
760 

•• Mistletoe," Munsey, XXIV. Dec, 291 

•• Whom the World calls Idle," Scrib, XXVIII. Sept, 315 
Carter, A. C. R., on the Work of War Artisu in South Africa, Art J 

Christmas Annual (XXII. Nov, 505) 
Carter. B., 

On Military Libraries, Libr W, II. Mar, 233 

On Naval Libraries, Libr W, 11. May, 290 
Carter, Henry W.,~llie Old Wholesale Peddler and His Teams iaNew 

England. bvArthur N. Hall {Ul.), N E M, XXII. Aug. 690 
Carter, Dr. r. Brudenell, on Medical Ethics, I J E, XL Oct, sa 



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&B CARTltKKT FaMILV. 



PERIODICALS OF I900. 



Catholic Church. 



SI 



de Carteret Family : Descent of de Carteret from the Dukes of Normandy, 

by C A. Bemau, Qeneal M, IV. June, 53 
CarthaiSe : 

Carthage ; a Place of Historic Interest on the Suez Canal Route to India, 
by Commander W. F. Cabome, Naut M, LXIX. Apr, 339 

The Log-Book of Hanno the Carthaginian (6th Century B.C.?), by 
J. Dundas White, Naut M. LXIX. Sept, 557 
Carthusians, see under Monasteries 
Carts: 

The Country-Cart of Today, by Caspar Whitney {#//.), O, XXXVI. Jmie, 

Carts painted with Scripture Scenes in Sicily, by G. A. Wade {ill. }, T M, 

IV. June, 799 
Cartwright, Julia, (Mrs. Ady), on "The Garden of the Hesperides" by 

Sir. lu Bume-Jon» (<//.}, Art U, XVI. Mar, 65, 94 
Cartwright, Prof. Thomas, 1535— 1603 : Cartwrieht and Andrew 

MelvUle at the University of Geneva, 1569-74, A H, V. Jan, 384 
Carus, Dr. Paul, 

*' Lau T2e*s Tau-teh-King " by Dr. Paul Cams, Unsigned Article on, 

Cal R, ex. Apr, 3x6 
On Greek Religion and Mythology (///.}, O C, XIV. Sept, 5x3, Oct, 577, 

Nov, 641, Dec, 705 
On the Greek Mysteries as a Preparation for Christianity {ill.\ Mon, XL 

Oct, 87 
On the Ox and the Ass in Illustrations of the Nativity {ill.), O C, XIV. 

Jan, 46 
On "The Cross in Tradition, History, and Art " by Rev. W. W. Seymour 

(tf/.),OC. XIV. Dec, 745 
On the Personality of Jesus and His Historical Relation to Christianity, 

Mon, X. July. 573 
On the Seal of Christ {illX O C, XIV. Apr. 930 

On the Food of Life and the Sacrament ((//.), Mon, X. Jan, 346, Apr, 343 
On Poteniial Things, Mon, X. Jan, 388 
On Signets, Badges, and Medals (<//.). O C, XIV. May, 384 
On the Old and the New Magic [ill. ), O C, XIV. June, 333, July, 433 
On Mind-Reading in the Nursery (///.), DC, XIV. Aug, 503 
On C C. Booney ; the Inaugurutor of the Parliament of Religions, O C, 

XIV. Jan, 4 
On Expansion of the United States, but Not Imperialism, O C, XIV. 

Feb, 87 
On China .ind the Philippines, O C, XIV. Feb. 108 
Poem by Dr. Carus :— '* Ihe Friar," O C, XIV. May, 305 
irvins : 

On Wood-Carving ; Letter by John Ruskin («//.), Artist, XXVII. Mar, 373 
Praaical Wood-Carvine, by Reni S. Parks {Ul.), Munsey, XXII.Mar, 8^8 
The Carved Oaken Chest of Lady Katharine Grey at Cockiield Hall, 

Suffolk, by W. L. Rution [ill.), Rel, VI. Apr, xao 
Bench-Ends in Somersetshire Churches, by J. Hen wood Blamey {ill.), 

8tu, XX. Sept, 336 
Rev. John Eacreet imd His Church at Hempstead, Essex ; a Clerical Artist 

in Wood, bv F. A. Jones {ill.). Royal, IV. May, 51 
Sonne Examples of Spanish Wood-Carving, by £. WOson [ill'), Cos, XXX, 

Dec, 169 
Norwegian Carving, by Muriel Hunt {ill.), Q R, II. June, 807 
Maori Wood-Carving, by C. J. Praetorius(ii^/.)» 8tu, XXI. Oct, 15 
Woodcarver noticed, see Wispelaere (P. de] 
Oashmere, see under India 
Casket Letters, see under Mary, Quesn of Scots 
Cassioll, Giuseppe, and His Bronze Door in Florence Cathedral : 
tvans, A. R., on [ill.). Art J, XVI. May, 150 
Scott. Leader, on {ilL\ M Art, XXIV. Aug, 473 
Castaif^ne, Andri — Illustrations of the Paris Exposition by Andr6 

Castaigne, C M, LX. July, 353 (XXII. July, 79) 
Oastel Qandolfo, near Rome: The Summer Residence of the Students 
of the American College, by P. L. Connellan {ill.), C W, LXXL May, 
i6x 
Castiglione. Count Baldassare, (147S — X539), and "The Courtyer," 

by H. Schutx Wilson, Q M. CCXXXIX. Nov, 461 
Catacombs : 

The Catacombs were of Christian Origin, by Mgr. Campbell, C W, 

LXXIL Nov, 161 
The Catacombs of St. Callistus, Rome ; a City of the Dead, by Frederick 

Ddman {ill.), W M, XI. Jan, 317 
The Catacombs of Syracuse, by A. F. Spender, D R, CXXVI. Apr, 379 ; 

CXXVlI.July, 133 
Cataloguing and the Classification of Literature (see also Biblio- 

granhy) : 
The British Museum Revised Rules for Cataloguing, by H. B. Whcatley, 

LIbr, L Jcme, 363 
Proposed Subject-Indexes and Bibliographies at the British Museum, by 

J. D. Brown, LIbr W, III. Dec, 155 
Principles of Dictionary Subject-Cataloguing in Scientific and Technical 

Libraries, by £. Wjoidham Hulme, Libr A R, 11. Nov, 571 
Classified versus Dktionary Catalogues, by H. Bond, Libr A R, II. June, 

313 
Classified and Annotated Cataloguing, by L. Stanley Jast, Libr W, II. 

Mar, 339, May, 38s : III. Aug, 99 
Tlie Philosophical Classification of Literattire as compare-l with Practical 

Schemes of Classificaiion, by A. Clarke, Libr A R, II. July, 347 
Revision of the Decimal Classification, by Meivil Dewey, Libr J, XXV. 

Nov, 684 
The Origin of the Card Catalogue, by Richard B. Prosser, LIbr A R, II. 

Dec, 65X 
Some Objections to the Card Catalogue, by T. E. 'Maw, Libr W, II. 

Feb, 909 



Cataloguing and the Classification of Literature — continued. 
A New Bojk Number, by L. Stanley Jast, Libr W, III. Nov, 130, Dec, 150 
Wanted— A Guide-Book to Books, by E. A. Baker, Libr A R, II. Feb, tg 
Book Selection and Annotation, LIbr W, III. Aug, 37 
Co-operative Cataloguing; Estimate of Cost, byC. W. Andrews, Libr J, 

XXV. Aug, 78 
Co-operative Cataloguing and the A.L.A. Rules, by Alice B. Kroeger, 

Libr J, XXV. Aug, 73 

Report of the Co-operation Committee of the A.L.A., by E. C. Richardson 

Libr J, XXV. Aug, 71 
The A.L.A. Report on Adjustments and Organization, by W. C Lane 

Libr J, XXV. Aug. 80 
The Instiiut International de Bibliographie, Brussels, by R. R. Bowker, 

LIbr J, XXV. June, 373 
The International Catalogue of Scientific Literature : 
Conference in London, June, xs^>o, Libr J, XXV. Sept, 583 
Scheme, LIbr J, XXV. Oct. 630 
Some Notes on the Catalogue and Library of William Drummond of 

Hawthornden, by K. K. Dent, Libr A R, II. Aug, 437 
An Ancient Bookseller's Catalogue, by E. N. Adler and I. Broyd6, Jew Q, 

XIIL Oct, 52 
An Early French "General Catalogue,'* by G. W. Cole, LIbr J, XXV. 

July. 339 
Clnss-Lists and the Cataloguing of Books on Special Subjects, see under 

Bibliography 
List of Bibliographies of Special Subjects, see under Bibliography 
Caterpillars : 
The Gypsy Moth in Massachusetts, by Fletcher Osgood {ill.), N E M, XXI. 

Feb, 67; 
The Ichneumon Fly ; a Fly That lives on Caterpillars, by James Scott 
{ill.), Y M, XIV. June, ao6 
Catholic Church (see also Articles under Church History. Holy Com- 
munion, Education (Religious), Monasteries and Monastic Life, 
Reformation, Churches, Ireland, etc., etc.) : 
Administration, etc. : 
Leo ;(IIL, see Leo XIIL 
The Movement for Reform within the Catholic Church, by Fidelis, C R, 

LXXVIII. Nov, 693 (XXII. Nov, 473) 
Notes on the Canonical A8pe::ts of a Plenary or National Synod, by Dr. 

D. Mannix, Ir E R, VII. June, 536 : VIII. Aug, 164 
The New Diploma for the Erectionof Confraternities of the Holy Rosary ; 

Latin Text, Ir E R, VII. June. 555 
The Democratic Christians and the Vatican, by Prof. G. M. Flamingo, 

O C, XIV. Aug, 475 
Anglophobia at the Vatican, by Richard Bagot, Nat R, XXXV. May, 

400 (XXI. May, 477) 
Vatican and Quirioal, by Richard Bagot, Nat R, XXXVI. Oct, 331 

(XXII. Oct, 38X) 
The Latest Word on the Temporal Power of the Pope, by Dr. Humphrey 

Moynihan, C W, LXXIL Dec, 389 
The Next Pope, by Dr. Sigmund Manz. C R, LXXVII. Apr, 5x5 (XXI. 

Apr. 356) 
The Papal Elections, by Mgr. Seton (///.), Fr L, XLIX. Apr, 563 
The Year of Jubilee, by Mar. J. A. Campbell, ACQ, XXV. Apr, 240 
The Holv Year in Rome ; the World's Modern Pilgrimage, by the Catholic 

IVorla Special Correspondent {HI.), C W, LXX. Mar, 773 
The Jubilee of the Holy Year, by Archbishop Walsh, Ir E R, VII. Mar, 

841 
The Year of Jubilee and Its Past History, by Rev. Herbert Thurston, M, 

XCV. Jan, 48 
Documents relating to the Jubilee ; Latin Text, Ir E R, VII. Mar, 373 
Suspension of Indulgences and Faculties during the Year of Universal 
Jubilee, 1900 : 
Latin Text, ACQ, XXV. Jan, 169 : Ir E R, VII. Jan, 86 
English Text, ACQ, XXV. Jan, 176 
Constitution of Jubilee Indulgences : 
Latin Text, ACQ, XXV. Jnn, X7X ; Ir E R, VII. Jan, 8a 
English Text, ACQ, XXV. Jan, 179 
Indulgences granted to the Bishops of Souih America; Latin Tex:, Ir E R, 

VIIL Aug, Z78 
Indulgences granted for Prayers for the Conversion of Jews and Turks ; 

Latin Text. Ir E R, VIIL Aug, x8x 
The Suspension of Indulgences during the Holy Year, by Dr. Daniel 

O'Loan, Ir E R, VII. Feb, 179 
The Jubilee Indulgence a Poena, et a Culpa, by Rev. H. Thurston, D R, 

CXXVL Jan, i 
Doctrinal and Miscellaneous : 
The Mivart Controvcrsv : 

Some Recent Catholic Apologists, by Dr. St. George Mivart, F R, 
LXVII. Jan, 34 (XXI. Jan, •;o) ; and Replies to, by- 
Lilly, W. S.. (Letter), F R. LXVII. Feb, 353 ; Rejoinder (Letter), by 
Dr. Mivart, F R, LXVII. Mar, 5'6 J and Furtner Reply (Letter;, 
by W. S. Ully, F R, LXVII. Apr, 716 
Ward, Wilfrid, (Unchanging Dogma and Changeful Man), F R, 
LXVII. Apr, 638 
The Continuity of Catholicism, by Dr. St. George Mivart, N C, 
XLVII. Jan, 51 (XXI. Jan. 60) ; Reply to, by Rev. R. F. Clarke, 
N C, XLVIL Feb, 344 (XXL Feb, 15a) : and Rejoinder, by 
Dr. St. George Mivart. (Scripture and Roman Catholicism), N*C, 
XLVII. Mar, 4as (XXI. Mar, 364) 
A Liberal Catholic View of the Case of Dr.. Mivart, by Robert E. Dell, 
N C, JU.VII. Apr, 669 (XXL Apr, 370) : and Reply to, by Rev. 
^ S. F. Smith, (A Strange Catholic), M, XCV. May, 500 
The Church and Science, by Rev. John M. Harty, Ir E R, VII. Feb, 
158 



52 



INDEX TO THE 



Catholic Church. — Continued. 



CATrtOLic Church.— Continue 1. 



Catholic Church — continoed. 

Doctrinal and Miscellaneous — continued. 
The Mivart Controversy— continued. 

Catholicism and Science, by J. H. Bridges, Pot R, VIIT. Apr, 73 
Dr. Mivart on the Continuity of the Church, by Dr. James j. Cox, 

C W, LXX. Mar, 725 
Roman Congregations and Modem Thought, bv Dr. St. George 

Mivart, N A R, CLXX. Apr, 563 (XXI. May, 482) 
Dr. St. George Mivart and Continuity, Ch Q, L. Apr, x8a 
The Mivart Episode, by Rev. H. Hensley Henson, Nat R, XXXV. 

June, 646 
The Priest and the Scientist, by Ephoros, Ideal R, XII. June, a^o 
Dr. Mivart's Last Utterance, by Rev. George M. Searle, b W, LXXI. 

June, 353 
Dr. Mivari's Recent Articles, by Rev. Sydney F. Smith, M, XCV. Feb, 

"3 
An Open Letter to His Eminence Cardinal Vaughan on His Recent 

*' Inhibition" of Dr. St. George Mivart, by Miss Marie Corelli, 

Universal. I. Mar. 89 
Liberalism and Intransigeance, by Wilfrid Ward, N C, XLVII. June. 960 
Wilfrid Ward's Apologetics, by Robert E. Dell, N C, XLVIII. July. 127 
W. H. Mallock on the Church and Science, by Rev. George McDermot, 

C W, LXX. Jan, 527 
Modem Science and tne Catholic Faith, by Rev. H. H. Wyman, C W, 

LXXI. Apr, X 
The Roman Danger, by Dr. R. F. Horton, Nat R, XXXIV. Feb, 931 

(XXL Feb, I'^i) 
Authority in Religion, by Richard E. Day, C W, LXXI. Oct, 75 
The Douay Bible, by Rev. Thomas J. Butler, Ir E R, VIII. July, 13 
The Story of the Daly Douai Bible, by Lida R. McCabe (<//.), C W, 

LXX. Mar, 809 
The Place of the Bible in the Catholic Church, by Dr. B. F. de Costa, 

C W, LXXI. July, 433, Aug, 605 
The Bible in the Life. Thought, and Homes of the People, by Dr. B. F. 

de Costa, C W, LXXI. Sept, 751 
Letter of Pope Leo XIII. on Ecclesiastical Studies, Sept. 8, 1899 ; 

English 1 ext, ACQ, XXV. Jan, 56 
The Development and not the Evolution of Dogma, by Thomas L. Healy, 

C W, LXXI I. Dec, 349 
Tracts for the Million, by Rev. G. Tyrrell, M, XCVI. Nov, 449 
Imagination and Faith, by Rev. Vincent McNabb, A C Q, XXV. 

Jan, 106 
Why I entered and Why I left the Roman Catholic Church, by Arthur 

Galton, Nat R, XXXV. May, 481, June, 580 (XXL June, 576) 
Some Final Impressions of the Roman Catholic Church, by Arthur 

Galton, Nat R. XXXV. July, 850 
A Convert's Experiences of the Catholic Church, by Fidelis, C R, 

LXXVII. June, 7x7 (XXI. June, 575) 
A View of the Liberal Catholic in the Church of Rome, by C. E. Beeby, 

New C R, VIII. Sept, 187 
The Beauiiful Lie of Rome, by R. Le Gailienne, Pur, III. Jan, 14 (XXL 

Jan, S3) ; Reply to, by P.F., N I R, XIV. Nov, tsa 
Dr. Martineau on the Notes of the Church, by X.Y.Z , D R, CXXVII. 

Oct, 261 
Ahh6 Louis Picard; a Roman Apologist and His Translator, Ch Q, 

XLIX. Jan, 380 
A Russian Champion of the Church, by Rev. W. H. Kent, D R, 

CXXVII. ;uly, 95 
Prof. Benjamin Jowett's Biographical Sermons, by Rev. John Rickaby, 

M, XCV. Apr, 380, June, s^^g: XCVI. July, 30 
The Conversion of England, by Rev. E. O'Dea, Ir E R, VIII. Dec. 481 
Ambrose Phillipps de Lisle and the Conversion cf England, by Rev. 

Sydney F. S-nith, M, XCV. Mar, 977 
•• Life and Letters of Ambrose PhilUpps de Lisle " by E. S. Pnrcell, 
edited by Kdwin ue Lisle, Unsigned Article on, Ch Q, L. July, 3^7 
England's Conversion and the Hierarchical Jubilee, by Father Cuthbett, 

CW, LXXI I. Oct. I 
Ritualism in the Enelish Church, see under Church of England 
Vocations, by Rev. H. Lucis, M, XCVI. Sept, 256 
Eucharist or Holy Communion, see Holy Communion 
The Stations of the Cross ; a Popular Devotion, by Rev. Herbert 

Ihurston (///.), M, XCVI. July, i, Aug, 153. Sept, a8a 
The Rosary; a Popular Devotion, by Rev. Herbert Thurston (a^/.)» ^t 

XCVI. Oct, 403, Nov, 513, Dec, 620 
Devotion to the Holy Spirit, by Rev. Joseph McSorley, C W, LXXI. 

lunc, 290 
Criiicism of the " Ordo," Ir E R. VII. Mar, 267 
The Law of Abstinence as It affects Persons exempt from the Law of 

Fasting, bv Dr. D. Mannix. Ir E R, VIII. Dec, 518 
Attrition, by Rev. James McCaffrey, Ir E R, VIII. Sept. 193 
Unctio Renum in adminiittering Extreme Unction, by Dr. D. Mannix, 

Ir E R, VII. Mar, 2^8 
Requiem Masses, by Rev. M. O'Callaghan, Ir E R, VIII. Aug, 97 
The Oflke and Mass for the Dead, by Rev. H. Bewcrunge, Ir E R, VIII. 

Oct, 3^3 
Hymns of Facopone of Todi, see Jacopone 
Alleluia's i bought Setiucnce, by Dr. T. J. O'Mahony, Ir E R, VII. 

June, 495: VIII. July, 36 
The Story of the Passion as told in the Church's Hymns, by E. Lyell 

E.arle u7.\ C W, L\XI. Apr, 46 
'• Dispnt.icio Inter Mariam et Crucem Secundum Apocrafum," Orby 

Shipley on. Ir E R, VI 11. Dec, «;o7 
Music in the Catholiv,- Church, see under Music 

Monks and .Monastic Life, Convents, Catholic Orders, see under Monas- 
teries 



Catholic Church— coDtinued. 
Doctrinal and Mbcellaneous— continued. 

Beatification of the Venerable Mary Magdalen Martinengo di Barca: 

Latin Text, Ir E R, VIII. Oct, 373 
Beatification uf Eastern Martyrs ; Latin Text, ir E R, VII I. Nov, 463 
Quasi Domicile, by Dr. D. Mannix, Ir E R, VII. Feb, 173, Mar, 355 
Anglo-Saxonism and Catholic Progress, by B. J. Qinch, ACQ, XXV. 

Oct, 723 
The Catholic Conference, 19C0, by James Britten, M, XCVI. July, 6a 
On the Turn of the Century. C W, LXX. Jan, 433 
The Twentieth Century: a Catholic Retrospect, by Rev. Sydney F. 

Smith, M, XCV. Jan, z 
The Mind of the Church, by Rev. George Tyrrell, M, XCVI. Aqg, 

125, Sept, a33 
" The New Humanism *' by Edward H. Griggs, Rev. Joseph McScrley 

on, C W, LXX. Mar, 75a 
The Glory of the Human Body, by Rev. Henry E. O'Keefle, C W, 

LXX. Feb, 691 
Yoea in the Catholic Church, by Miss A. L. B. Hardcastle, Theoa R, 

XXV. Feb. 5' I 
Forgotten English Mystics, by Dr. A. A. Wells, Theos R, XXVII. 

Sept, 9 
hto Taxil ; an Anti-Masonic Mystification, by Henry Charles Lea, Lipp, 

LXVI. Dec, 948 
The Golden Stair, by Rev. David Bearne, Ir M, XXVIII. Jan, 3>, Feb. 
60, Mar, 113, Apr, 913, May, 225, June, 378, July, 435, Aug. 453, 
Sept, 509, Oct, 588, Nov, 521, Dec, 691 
The Golden Rose, by Miss A. Shield, M, XCV. Mar, 994 
The Congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer, by Rev. Father O. R. 

Vass.U [£//.), 8t P, IV. Feb, 444 
Catholic Education in SchooLs see under Education 
Jean Baptiste de La Salle and the Christian Brothers, see under Educa- 
tion (Religious) 
The Irish University Question, see under Ireland 
Religious Symbolism, see under Symbolism, Churches 
Religious Art, Art in Churches, see under Art, Churches 
" One Poor Scruple" by Mrs. Wilfrid Ward : The Value of a Scrask, 

by Very Rev. Prior O'Gorman, Ir E R, VII. Jan, i 
"The Scarlet Woman " by Joseph Hocking. James Britten on, M, XCV. 
Jan, 61 ; and Reply to, by Joseph Hocking, M. XCV. Feb, 307 



'•The Religion of Shakespeare y by Father S. Bowdcn, Very Rev. W.L. 

XV. Apr, 339 
Religious Gleanings from " Evangeline," C W, LXXI I. Oct, 99 



Canon Gildea on, ACQ, XaV. Apr, 33< 



Catholics and Commerce, by Thomas M'Call, Ir E R, VII. Feb. 1x6 
'I he Catholic Church in Its Relation to Material Progress, by Re\'. R. F. 

Clarke. ACQ, XXV. Oct, 791 
Protestantism and Roman Catholicism as Factors in Civilizati(», by 

Prof. George H. Schodde, Horn R, XXXIX. Jan. 17 
The Evangelization of Cities, C W, LXX. Feb, 577 
The Work of the Catholic Guardians' Association, by Mrs. Virginia M. 

Crawford, M, XCV. Feb, 145 
The Catholic Prisoners* Aid Society, by Rev. John Cooney, M, XCV. 

Mar, 289 
The Scope of the Catholic Social Settlement, by A. A. McGinley, C W. 

LXXI. May, 145 
A New Field for the Convent Graduate in the Social Settlement, by A. A. 

McGinley, C W, LXXI. June, 396 
Home-Relief the Best Form of Organized Charity, Ijy John E. Graham. 

C W, LXXI. Sept. 731 
The Roman Catholic Defence of Gambling ; Reply to Father Vaughaa, 

by Dr. R. F. Horton, Y M, XIV. June, 193 
Priests and Licensed Houses, Ir E R, VII. June, 548 
Beer Retailers' and Spirit Grocers' Licences (Ireland} Act, 1907, Ir E R, 

VIII. Nov, 460 
The Vatican Library, by W. W. Bishop, LIbr J, XXV. Mar, no 
The Princes of the Church, by William Pipe (<//.}, Munsey, XXIL 

Jan, 516 
The Private Chapel of Hartwell D. Grissell at No. 60, High Stree*. 

Oxford (///.), 8t P, IV. Feb, 451 
National Churches and Catholic Christianity, by Z. T. Cope, In Ch Q 
XII. fuly, 33a 
Society of Jesus : 
The Making of a Jesuit, by Rev. J. Btu^s, Pur, III. Sept, 743 
The Sanctity of Ignatius Loyola, C W, LXXI. Aug, 577 
The Jesuits and the Mohammedans, O C, XIV. Mar, 179 
Historical 'see also Articles under Subheadings France, Italy, etc, bdoir« : 
Kubl:u Khan ; or, the Popes and the Tartars, by Lorenzo J. Markoe, 

ACQ, XXV. Ian, 1 
The Church of Kngland in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Ceatmies, 

Ch Q, LI . Oct, 84 
Cardinal Giuliano Delia Rovere(z44i — I5I3]« by Mgr. J. F. Looehlin, 

ACQ. XXV. Jan, 133 
The Election of Alexander VI. (1492}, by Mgr. J. F. Looghlin, ACQ. 

XXV. .Apr, 252 
" The Eve of the Reformation " by Dom F. A. Gasquet, see and r 

Reformation 
The Reformation in England, see Reformation, etc. 
Sir Thomas More and the Persecution of Heretics, by Rev. H. G. Gan^s. 

ACQ, XXV. July. 531 
Pius IV. and the English Church Service, by Prof. F. W. Ifaitland, E H, 

XV. July, 5?o ^ 
Thomas Sackville's Message from Rome, 1564, by Prof. F. W. Maitlaod, 

E H, XV. Oct, 757 
Cardinal Pole (1500^x558}, Legate and Primate, by Dudley Baxter, M, 
Xl-VI. Dec, 583 



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Catholic Church— continued. 
Historical — continued. 
Did Paul IV. grant Queen Mary Stuart the English Crown ? by Rev. J . 

H. PoUen, M, XCVI. Oct. 392 
The Life of Mary, Queen of Scots, see Mary, Queen of Scots 
Queen Elizabeth and Paul IV., by Prof. F. W. Maiiland, E H, XV, Apr, 

324 
The Deprivation of Clergy in Elizabeth's Reign, by Rev. H. N. Birt, 

D R, CXXVI. Jan, 25, Apr, 3x3 
A MS. of the Sixteenth Century ; a Relic of the Times of Persecution, by 

Rev. J. H. PoUen, M, XCVI. July, 46 
GalDeo and the Koman Congregations, by Rev. John M. Harty, Ir E R, 

VII. Apr, 28^ 

Benedict XIV. anJ the Papal Conclave of 1740, by W. K. Stride, Arg, 

LXXI. May, 2c 
Reminiscences of a Catholic Crisis in England Fifty Vears Ago, by 

Rev. C. L. Walworth, C W, LXX. Jan, ^06 
Old Spiritual Writers, by Rev. Joseph McSorley, C W, LXXII. Nov, 

909 
Some Friars of Old, by Dr. Mandell Creighton {i//.), Lud, XI. Dec, 99 
Saints, see Saiots 
France (see also Articles under Monasteries} : 
The Catholic ChurJi in France ; Letter, by Urbain Gohier, Nat R, 

XXXIV. Jan, 8oj 
The Catholicism of France, by Dr. T. J. Shahan, Cons R, III. June, 2^8 
Popular Catholicism in France, by F. C. Conybeare^ Nat R, aXXIV. 

Jan, 767 (XXL Ian. 56) 
The Koman Catholic Crisis in France, by M. Othon Guerlac, Mis R, 

XIII. May, 362 
The Conspiracy of the As^umptit^nists against the French Republic, by 

F. C. Conybcar«, Nat R, XXXV. July, 727 (XXII. July, 74) 
The Modem Reign of Terror in France, by Rev. C. M. O'Brien, Ir E R, 

VIII. Sept, 256; and Reply to, by Dr. J. F. Hogan (The /risk 
Ecclfsi4isti:eU Record and the Tablet), Ir E R, VIII. Dec, si6 

The Genesis of *' Americanism " in France, by J. St. Clair Etheridge, 

N A R, CLXX. May, 679 
The End of '* Americanism " in France, by P. L. P^chenard, N A R, 

CLXX. Mar, 420 
The French Government and the Catholic Schools, by Rev. Sydney F. 

Smith, M, XCVI. Dec, 605 
Montalembert and the Education Question, by Jerome O'Connell, N I R, 

XIII. Au?, 337 
Letter of Pope Leo XIII. on Ecclesiastical Studies, Sept. 8, 1899 ; 

English Text, ACQ, XXV. Jan, 56 
Life in French Monasteries and Convents, see under Monasteries 
Social Work among the Paris Poor, by Mrs. Virginia M. Crawford, M, 

XCVI. Aug, 143 
The Catholic Missionaries from France and Germany, by Dr. T. J. 

Shahan, C W, LXXII. Oct, 34 
French Carmelite Martyrs and English Benedictine Nuns, by Barbara de 

Courson, M, XCVI. Nov, 461 
Bossuet : the Making of a Great Preacher, by Prof. A. H. Ciurrier, B 8, 

LVII. July, 585 
Voltairism ; Infidelity in the Eighteenth Century, by Rev. M. Ryan, 

ir E R, VII. Jan, 51 
Napoleon and the Black Cardinals, by Rev. John Freeland, Ir E R, VII. 

Wav, 442 
Claude Le Coz ; a Constitutional Bishop, by Rev. Joseph Rickaby, M, 

XCV. Jan, 34 
Paul Dupont des Loges, Bishop of Metz, by Austin Oates, M, XCV. 

Mar, 259 
P^e Genettes; a Regenerator of the Faith in France, by Miriam C. 

Harris, C W, LXX. Feb, 641 
The Case of Pierre de Rudder; a Cure at Lourdes, by C. Lattey, M, 

XCVI. Nov, 500 
Brittany of the Pardons, by Edith W. Rinder, Arg, LXXI. Aug, 388 
Italy : 

A Plea for Papal Rome, by Jud^e O'Hagan, Ir M. XXVIII. Auz, 462 
Rome in Holy Year, by Miss Mary Spencer Warren [ill.]. Sun 8tr, II. 

Oct, 4x0 
Romanism as seen in Rome, by Miss M. E. Vickery, Mis R, XIII. May, 

360 
Mount La Vema, by M. Carmichael 'i,'/.), 8t P, IV. Jan, 331 
The Congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer, by Rev. Father O. R. 

Vassall (/^.), 8t P, IV. Feb. 444 
A Roman Dowry, by E. C. Vunsittart, Arg, LXX. Mar, 351 
All Souls' Day m Italy : 

Dalla Vccchia, Giovanni, on, Q W. XLI. Nov, 730 

Vansiitart, Miss E. C, on, Ant, XXXVI. Nov, 325 
The Nativity ; Puer Parvulus, by Countess Martinengo-Cesaresco, C R, 

LXXVIL Jan. 117 
An Alpine Christmas Play in Piedmont, by E. Martinengo-Cesaresco, 

A M. LXXXVI. Dec, 794 
Galileo and the Roman Congregations, by Rev. John M. Harty, Ir E R, 

VII. Apr, 289 
St. Franris of Assisi and the Relieious Revival in the Thirteenth Century, 

by Father Cuthbert, ACQ, XXV. Oct, 657 
Savonarola, see Savonarola 
St Margaret of Cortona ; a Medi<£val Magdalen, by Cont?ssa F. Gautier 

[iU.), C W, LXXI. Sept, 77a 
Spain : 
The Feast of the Assumption at Elchd, Spnin ; an Opera in a Cathedral, 

by Herbert Vivian (///.), W W, IV. Feb, 600 
Fresh Light on Our M.'^rtyrs from the Vallnd<jlid Manuscript, by Dom 

Bede Camm, M, XCVI. Oct, 345 



Catholic Church— continued. 
San Marino, a Catholic Republic, by Rev. M. P. HefTernan (<//. ), C W, 

LXXI. July, 527 
The Catholic Miisionaries from France and German v, by Dr. T. J, 

Shahan, C W, LXXII. Oct, 34 
The Catholic Counter-Keformation in Bohemia, by Prof. L. F. Miskovsky, 

B 8. LVII. July. 533 
Catholic Ways in the Tyrol, by M. S. Dalton, M, XCVI. Nov, 489 
Recent Progress of Catholicity in Scandinavia, by Charles W. Dowd, C W, 

LXXI. Aug, 646 
The Catholic Church in Corfu, by Rev Daniel Quinn (///.), C W, LXXI. 

Apr, 17 
The Catholic Chiurch in China, see under China 
The Catholic Church in South Africa, by Miss E. M. Gierke, D R, CXXVI. 

Jan, 46 
Canada : 
Catholic Missionaries in Canada ; Heroes of Our Own Land, by 

Marion J. Brunowe [///.), C W, LXXI. Sept, 802 
Ihe Cathdlic Church in Ontario, by Dr. Thomas O'Hagan, ACQ, 
XXV. Jan, 15 
United Stat::s : 
CatholicK and American Citizenship, by Bishop J. A. McFaul, N A R, 
CLXXI. Sept, 320 (XXIL Oct, 384); and Re,)ly to, by Rev. 
Thomas H. Malone, N A R, CLXXI. Oct, 594 
The Genesis of "Americanism," by J. St. Clair Etheridge, N A R, 

CLXX. May, 679 
The End of *' Americanism " in France, by P. L. P6cheaard, N A R, 

CLXX. Mar, 420 
The American Villi at Castel Gandolf», near Rome, by P. L. Connellan 

(*V/.). CW, LXXI. iMay, 161 
Jesuit Educators and Modern Colleges, by Ruth Everett, A, XXIII. 

June, 647 
Government Secultiization of the Education of Catholic Indian Youth, 

by Richard R Elliott, ACQ, XXV. Jan. 148 
llie Italian in America: What He has been. What He shall be, by 

La irence Franklin [Hi.], C W, LXXI. Apr, 67 
The Pioneer Catholic Mission in the North- VVe«t (MontHua), by £. A. 

Bridger [Ul.), C W. LXXI. Sept, 842 
In the Footsteps of Texas Missionaries, by Dr. Thomas O'Hagan (<//.), 

C W, LXXI. June, 340 
Fort Crdve-Cocur, Illinois, by Rev. Frank J. O'Reilly (*//.), C W, 
LXXI. Apr, 88 
Catholic Church in Cuba, see under Cuba 
The Strange Holy Week Festivities in Mexico, by G. C. Terry (/7/.), W W, 

V. Apr, I a 
Australia : 
llie Koman Catholic Hierarchy in Australia, by an English Catholic, 

Nat R, XXXVI. Oct, 286 (XXIL Oct, 381) 
An Australian Bush Priest and His Mission, by Barry Aylmer (<//•}> 

C W. LXXII. Dec, 377 
Catholic Prelates, etc., noticed, see 

Clarke ( Father R. F.), Vaughan (Cardinal), 

Newman (Cardinal), Waterton (Rev. C), etc., etc. 

Ottoboni (Cardinal), 
Catiline, 108 ?— 63 b.c. : The Conspiracy of Catiline, by W. B. Wallace, 

U 8 M, CXLII. Aue, 528 
Cats and the Cat Tribe (see also Lions, liters. Cougars) : 
Cats by Miss Alice Corkran [Hi.), Q R, II. Feb, 416 
The Cult of the Cat, by W. M. Elkington /»//.), L R, VIII. Sept, 555 
Some Splendid Cats; Famous Prize- Winners, by Tabitha (///.), Harms, 

IV. July, 554 
Cats of Leisure and Lineage, by Harriet Martling (>//.), O M, XXXVI. 

Nov, 460 
Some Literary Cats, by Helen M. Winslow (<//.), 8t N, XXVII. Aug, 

Jumping Cats and Dog5, by A. C. Banfield [ill ) P M, X. Dec, 646 

Air. Landor and H is Photographs ; Cat and Dog Life, by D. T. Tinuns 

(i//.), P M, X. Sept, 242 
The Training of Great Cats, by Samuel H. Adams [ill.], McCI, XV. 

Sept, 387 ; Same Article [UL), 8tr, XX. Dec, 618 
Wildcat- Hunting in West Virginia, by R. H. Martin, O, XXXV. Feb, 483 
Cattell, Prof. J. McKeen, on Relations of Time and Space in Vision, 

Psychol R, VII. July, 325 
Cattle and the Cattle Trade, Live 8tock of the Farm (see also 

Horses, Sheep, Pi?s, Poultry) : 
Distribution of Agricultuiral Products and Live Stock outside the Tropics, 

by Dr. A. J. Herbertson, Q J, XV. Jan, 52 
Animals in Nature and in Domesticaiion, by J. P. F. Bell, Land M, IV. 

O' t, 671 
The Cow, by Israfel, Dome, VI. Apr, 245 
Grain Rations for Cows, J B A, VI. June, 4s 
Notes on Calf-Rearing, J B A, VII June. 48 
Cod-Liver Oil for Calves, J B A, VII. June, si 
Feeding Exoeriment with Bullocks, J B A, VII. Sept, 199 
The Use of Salt in Asriadiure, by X., Land M. IV. Oct, 68S 
Shorthorn ISree ling, by J. Atkinson, Land M, IV. Feb. 1^4 
Breeding Shorthorn Cattle, by C. M. Richardson, Land M, IV. Sept, 621 
Ch:impio;i Animals, by \W. St. John ir//. ., Harms, IV. May, 365 
Price- of Live Stuck, J B A, VI. .Mar, 535 ; VII. June, 123, Sept, 268, 

Dec, 411 
Cattle -Raising in the United States, J B A, VII. Sept, 223 
Citttlemen in the United States, by Capt. J. H. McClintock [ill.), Ainslee, 

VI. Sept, 138 
Where the Beef doth grow (in America), by Russell Doubleday (f//.), 
Munsey. XXIII. Apr, 146 



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Chambrrs^s Journal. 



Cattle and the Cattle Trade, etc.— contiousd. 

With the Colorado Cow-Punchers on a *• Round-Up," by G. L. Burton 

{ili.). O, XXXVr. May, 152 
Misses Gussie and Louis: Lahm; the Girl-Ranchers of California, by 
W. F. Wade [ill.), Co», XXVIII. Apr, 613: Same Article [ill.), W W, 
V. June, 318 
Canadian Cattle-Ranching; a Visit to a "Round-Up," by John Innes 

(///.), Can M, XVI. Nov, 8 
Animal Flesh, by A. H. Dellschaft, Land M, IV. Apr, 24^ 
Cold Storage Depdts; ^London's Polar Re^ons, by H. Paget •'/'//.), Harms, 

V. Nov, 371 
The Importation of Meat into Germany. J B A, VII. Sept, 240 
Jewish Sbughtering ; a Much-Needed Reform, by C. W. Forward, 

Humane R, I. Oct, 28a 
Dairy-Farminsf, see Dairy-Farming 
The Ox and the Ass in Illustrations of the Nativity, by Dr. Paul Carus 

(ill,), OC, XIV. Jan, 46 
Cattle Diseases, se: Glanders (under Horses), Sheep Scab (under Sheep), 
Tuberculosis 
Catullus, Caius Valerius, (87 b.c.? — 47 b.c. ?), Poems by — 
•• Fraier, ave aique Vale " ; translated by S. V. Cole, Critic, XXXVI. Feb, 

128 
"OVcnustaSirmio!" translated by S. V. Cole, Critic, XXXVL Mar, 
a6i 
Caucasia, see under Russia 
Caucasus, see under Russia 
Cavalry, see under Armies 
Cave Bird Hunting in Trinidad, by Wm. T. Hornaday [ill.), Fr L, LI. 

Nov, 47 
Caves: 
The Origin of Nitrates in Cavern Earths, by William H. Hess, J Qeol, 

VIII. Mar, 129 
In the Mammoth Cave of Kentucky, by Robert Shcrston [ill.), W W, V. 
June, 256 
Caw, James L., 
On the Mortons of Darvel [ill.). Art J, XVI. Jan, 7, Mar, 78 
On Mrs. Traquair [ill.). Art J, XVI. May. 143 
Cawein, Madison, Poems by,— 

*• Ihe Tree-Toad," A M, LXXXVI. Aug, 261 
*' Kefore the Rain," Fr L, L. June, 182 
" La Jeunesse ct La Mort," Fr L, L. Aug, 398 
••The Age of Gold," Fr L, L. Oct, 521 
•• Drouth," Harp. XL. Auj?, 458 
••The Chipmunk," Harp, XL. Oct, 78a 
" A Twilight Moth," LIpp. LXVI. July. 139 
•• Reguiescat," N E M, XXII. Apr, 244 
••A Street of Ghosts," N E M, XXII. June, 433 
•• On Chcnowith's Run," N E M, XXifl. Sept, 96 
Cazin, Michel, French Medallist, E. F. Strange on {HI.), M Art, XXIV. 

Sept, 503 
Cecil, Lord Robert, on the Destruction of Trees at Hertford House ; 

Official Assurances, Nat R, XXXV. Apr, 319 
Celebrities, see under Great Men 
Celsus, Greek Writer, and Century : 

•• Origen and Celsus " by Professor P. Koctschau, Rev. P. Mordaunt 

Barnard on, J Theoi 8, I. Apr, 455 
" True Word " by Celsus : " Unto the Greeks Foolishness " ; a Study in 
Early Apologetic, by Rev. David Smith, Ex, 11. Oct, 302 
Celtic Language, Literature and Archaeology : 
Celtic, by Fiona Madcod, C R, LXXVII. May, 669 (XXL May, 478) 
llie Future of the Irish Language, by Maud Joynt, N I R, XIII. June. 193 
The Irish Literary Renaissance and the Irish Language, by George Moore, 

N I R, XIIL Apr. 65 
lona, by Fiona Maclcod, F R, LXVII. Mar, 507, Apr, 692 
The New M\stici<m, by Ernest Rhys, F R, LXVII. June. 1045 
"Carmina Gadelica" by Alex. Carmichael ; the Gael and His Heritage, 

by Fiona Macleod, N C. XLVIII. Nov, 825 
••The Celtic Twilight" by W. B. Yeats, ses under Yeats (W. B.) 
"The Bending of the Bough" by George Moore, W. Archer on, Critic, 

XXXVL May, 436 
Fiona Macleod and Her Work, sec Machod (Fiona) 
The Poems of Egan O'Rahilly, by Peter O'Leary, Ir E R, VIII. Nov, 

444 
Religious Songs of Connacht, by Dr. Doughs Hyde, N I R, XIII. Mar, 

59, May, 185, Aug. 375; XIV. Sept, 56, Oct, 121, Nov, 183, Dec, 949 
Grace O'Malley or Grana-Uaile in Celtic Literature; a ForgtUien Great 

Irishwoman, by L. M. McCraith, N I R, XIV. Sept, 45 
The Fingalian Legends, by W. C. Mackenzie, Q M, CCLXXXIX. Aug, 

168 
Life and Literature in the Time of Arthur, by W. H. Babcock, Cons R, 

III. Mar, 90 

Literature and Politics of the Vikings, by George F. H. Bcrkeloy, N I R, 

XIII. June, 324, July, 391 
The Drowned City of Kaer-Is, Brittany, by Clifford Harrison, Universal, 

I. May, 277 
How Certain Hebrews wandered to Britain, by Rev. M. W. Spencer, A A, 

IV. Nov, 433, Dec, 544 

Ancient Welsh Philosophy and Religion, ses under Wales 

Celtic lUu.-ninated Manuscripts, J. A. Bruun on {ill.). Arch Rev, VII. Jan, 

ITie High Crosses of Ireland, by G. H. Orpen {ill.), L H, XLV III. Aug, 
882 

Metalwork in Scotland, by C. Menmuir, Scots, XXV. Feb, 161 
Cemeteries, Burial-Qrounds, see Articles under Death and Bunal, etc. 
Census in the United States, see under United Slates 



Central America (see als) Guatemala, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panami) : 
The Clayton- Bulwer Treaty, 1850, an 1 the Question of an Inieroceanic 

Canal, ses under Nicaragua 
Notes on the Ancient Mon'imentf of Central America" by Anne C 
Alau'lslay and Alfred P. Maudslay, Col. G. £. Church on, Q J, XV. 
Apr, 392 
Some Superstitions and Customs of the Maya Indians, by Dr. Thoaaas 
Gann, C J. III. Mar, 167 
Central Asia (ses also Articles under Asia, Russia (in Asia), Tibet, India, 
Afghanistan, Baluchistan, Pamirs) : 
The Problem of the Middle East, Russia and England in Central Asia, see 

under India (Frontier) 
Railways across .Asia Minor, etc., see under Turkey in Asia 
Central City of the West^Kansas City, by Charles S. deed (xif/.L 

Cos. XXIX. July. 997 
Century-Reckoning : 
The Battle of the Centuries, by Lord Hobhouse, C R, LXXVII. Mar, 397 
The Vear Zero, O C, XIV. Jan, 32 
Ihe Date-Line. C M, LIX. Mar, 801 

Which Century? by G. Winterwood, Sun M, XXIX. Feb, 137 
The Twentieth Century, Mac, LXXXI. Feb, 310 
This Twentieth Century. Ir M, XXVIII. Feb, 57 

Where will the aoth Century commence f by George Griffith (1//.), P M, X 
Dec, 709 
Ceramics, see Pottery 
Cereals, see under Agriculture, etc 
Cervantes de Saavedra, Miguel de, 1547 — i^^^i 1** G. Rooper on, P R, 

XL Dec, 8ao 
Ceylon : 
" London " ; a Cingalese Girl, by R. B. Cunninghame Graham, Humane R, 

I. July, 134 
The Buddhist Revival in Ceylon, by Oscir L. Joseph ((//.), Mis R, XIIL 

May, 347 
Great Britain's Paradise, by Nellie Bruton, Universal, II. Nov, 76 
l-Yom Bombay to Ceylon in 1886, by CoL G. H. Trevor, New C R, VII. 

Jan, 20 
Anaradhnpura. Ceylon ; a Hundred Miles of Ruins, by F. C. Lindo [HiX 

El, XXIII. Apr, 8 
Elephant- Hunting in Ceylon; the Tale of a Tusker, by A.D.G.*G. Mac, 
LXXXII. Sept, 354 
Chaco Boreal ; the Land and Its People, by W. Barbroke Grubb, 

Scot Q M, XVI. July, 418 
Chadwick, Bishop Q. A., of Derry and Raphce : 
On Archbishop Alexander, Bkman, XIX. Nov, 47 

On the *' Master Christian" by Miss Marie Corelli, Bkman, XIX. 
Oct. 6 
Chadwick. H. M., 
♦•The Cult of Othin " by H. M. Chadwick, F. York Powell on, F L, XI. 

Mar, 81 
On the Ancient Teutonic Priesthood, F L, XI. Sept, a68 
Chadwick, Rev. John White, 

*' Theodore Parker, Preacher and Reformer " by Rev. J. W. Chadwids, 

Rev. Francis TiflEany on, New W, IX. Dec, 686 
On John Donne, Poet and Preacher. New W, IX. Mar, 31 
On James Martineau, Critic, XXXVII. Nov, 445 
On the Town of Leicester, Mass. {ill.), N E M, XXII. May, 349 
Chairs, see under Furniture 
Chaldea, see under Babylonia 
Chalk Formation, etc., see under Geology 
Challenger Expedition and the Researches of Sir John Murray: 

The Bottom of the Sea, by Ray S. Baker {ill.), McCI, XVI. Dec, x6o 
Chalmers, Sir David, died 1899 : In Defence of Sir David Chalmers, hf 

Lady Chalmers. N C, XLVII. Mar, 485 (XXI. Mar, 363) 
Chamberlain, Joseph, 

" Joseph Chamberlain " by Miss N. M. Harris: A Book of the Moath, 
R R, XXII. Nov, 495 

ioscph Chamberlain, New C R, VIII. Sept, 193 
Ir. Chamberlain, by H. WTxates, F R, LXVIII. Nov, 740 (XXIL Nov, 
456) 
Mr. CJhamberlain as He was and is, by Dr. A. J. H. Crespi« New C R. 

VII. Feb, 163 
The Kvolution of a Statesman, by Draper E. Fralick, A A, IV. Dec, 483 
An Overworked Minister and a Remedy, by Beckles Willson, F R, 

LXVIIL July. 17 (XXII. July, 58. 78) 
Cromwell and Chamberlain, by Rev. George Walters, A, XXIV. Aufc 

Joseph Chamberlain as a Sunday School Teacher {ill.). Sun Str, I. Jao, 

ao t XXI. J.nn, 48) 
Highbury, near Birmingham; the Home of Mr. Chamberlain {>IL\ 
Univc-^al, I. Feb, 35 
Chamberlain, Mrs. Joseph, 

A Character Sketch, by a Birmingham Jotu-n.ilist {ill ), Y W, VIII. Apt, 

241 
On Colonial Nursing Associations ; an Obligation of Empire, N A R, 
CLXX. Apr, 493 (XXL May, 482) 
Chambers, C. E. 8., 
On Cnrlvlc's Leitcrs to Robert Chambers on a Fund for Mrs. Begg (Boros's 

Sisi I , C J, III. Apr, 257 
On So i.c Books in His Library, C J, III. Dec, 785 
Chambers, Robert, 1862 — 1871: Carlyle and Robert Chambers; Unpub' 

lished 1 ctters C. E. S. Chambers on, C J, III. Apr, 257 
Chambers's Journal : 
My First Investment in Chambers's yourfial, 1847, by a Working Mao, 

C J, III. May, 316 
About Some of Our Latest Contributors, C J, III. Dec, 807 



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Chambrier, Alice de, 1864? — 1885? An Unconscious Theosophist in 

Mod«n Switzerland, by a Russian, Theos R, XXVII. Nov, aax 
Chaminade, Mdlle. Cecile, Composer: The Girl's Song-Writer, by Mrs. 

John Van Vorst [Hi.). Q R, II. May, 649 
Chamois-Hunting: The Mountain Game of Europe, by W. A. Baillie- 

Grohman (iV/,); O, XXXVII. Nov, ao2, Dec, 283 
Chamounix, see under France 
Champagne, see under Wine-Growing 

Champion Animals, by W. St. John (a^/.), Harms, IV. May, 363 
Champion of God's Aric in Penal Days— Dr. Walsh, Bishop of 

Meath, (died 1577), by Rev. Edward Nagle, ir E R, VII. fune, 507 
Champney, J. Wells, — An American Pastel-Painter, by 5. C. de Soissons 

(i^i.). Artist, XXIX. Nov, 159 
Chance, Mrs., and Her Animal-Drawings, by Dr. G. C. Williamson 

f«//.). Artist, XXVII. Feb, 307 
Chandler's (Frank W.) "Romances of Roguery" : llie Rascal as 

Hero, bv Edith K. Duntcn, A M, LXXXVI. July, 13s 
Chang Chih T'ung and His Recipe for reforming the Chinese 

Empire, by Dr. A. H. Smith, Mis R, XIII. J^n, 36 
Change : The Concept of Change, by Dr. Arthur E. Davies, Phil R, IX. 

Sept, 50a 
Channel Islands : The Strategical Value of the Channel Islands, by 

William Laird Clowes (wrt/), N C, XLVIII. Dec, 881 (XXII. Dec, 575) 
Channing, Wm. Ellery, American Poet : The Maintenance of a Poet, by 

F. B. Sanborn, A M, LXXXVI. Dec, 819 
Chant, Mrs. Ormiston, Poem by,—** The Two Roads— Which ? " 

Sun 8tr, II. Oct, 434 
Chanute, O., on Experiments in Flying (i7/.}, McCI, XV. June, 127 (XXII. 

June, 82) 
Chap-Books of the Eighteenth Century : What Our Great Grandfathers 

read (<//.), Lud, IX. Mar, 4e;o 
Chaperon : The Decay of the Chaperon, by Lady Jeune, F R, LXVIII. 

Oct, 629 (XXII. Oct, 380) 
Chappuis, Mother Mary de Sales, 2793—1875: A True Daughter of 

St. Francis of Sales, by Rev. R. F. Clarke, M, XCVI. July, 52 
Character: Society and Solitude as Means for Training Chaiacter, by 

Mrs. Corbett, Theos R, XXVil. Oct, 145 
Character-Reading, see Phrenology 
Chardon, Madame Debillemont, — A Painter of Miniatures, by Frederic 

Lees(?7/.), L R, VII. Mar, 561 
Charlemagne, 742 — 814 : 

"The Sone of Roland"; Critical Studies in French Literature, by 
Frederick M. Warren, Chaut, XXXII. Oct, 71 

Judge O'Hagan's "Song of Roland" and Its Private Critics, Ir M, 
XXVIII. Sept, 519 
Charles 1. of England, Reign of, 1626—1649 : 

Oliver Cromwell and the Commonwealth, see Cromwell (Oliver) 

The Karl of Straff ird(ic93 — 1(41) and His Censors, by Thomas Fitzpatricic, 
Ir E R, VIII. July, 47 

Cavalier and Roundhead at Basing Castle ; a Famous Siege, by H. H. 
Bates {Hi.), T M, IV. Sept. 1043 

Alexander Leslie and Prince Rupert, E R, CXCI. Apr, 429 (XXI. May, 
480) 

Mary Villiers, Duchess of Richmond and Lennox ; a Court Beauty, T B, 
CXXI. Sept, III 

The King's Printer at Shrewsbury, 1642-43, by W. H. Allnutt, Libr, I. 
Sept. 355 

King Charles I.'s Embroidered Bible, by Cyril Davenport (a^/.), Libr, I. 

Sept. 373 
Charles II., Reign of, 1660—1686 : 

The Restoration Regime in Scotland, E R, CXCII. Oct, 478 

Sir Henry Morgan (1637 ?— 1688?) and His Buccaneers, by Rev. Cyrus T. 
Brady {«//.), McCI. XV. Oci, 50a 

Mary Villiers, Duchess of Richmond and Lennox ; a Court Beauty, T B, 
CXXI. Sept. Ill 

A Burglary in Lime Street, 1664, by Major Martin A. S. Hume, E I, XXIII. 
May, 178 
Charles Edward, Pretender, 1720— 1788, sec under Stuart (House of) 
Charles. Madame Lallie, Photographer (/// }, L R, VIII. May, 39 
Charles's (Prof. R. H.) "The Doctrine of a Future Life In Israel, 

in Judaism, and in Christianity," Dr. S. D. F. Salmond on, Crit R, 

X. Mar, 167 
Charleston. South Carolina : Weathering an Earthquake in Charleston, 

by A. M Brice, Mac, LXXXIIL Dec, 129 
Charlock : 

The Destruction of Charlock, J B A, VI. Mar, 465 ; VII. June, 43, Dec, 

353 
Experiment on Spraying Charlock in Corn at Three Centres, by Prof. 

Winter, Land M, IV. Nov, 777 

Charms, see under Folk Lore 

Charterhouse Boys' School, see under Education (Boys') 

Chase, Salmon Portland, American Politician. 1808— 1873 : A Ra( ical 

an Statesman, by Frederic Bancroft, A M, LXXXVI. Aug, 277 
Chase, William M., American Portrait-Painter, £. KnaufTt on {H/.), Stu, 

XXI. Dec, 151 
Chatham, William Pitt, Earl of, 1708— 1788: Chatham's Colonial Policy, 

by Hubert Hall, A H. V. July, 659 
Chatham, Kent : 

The Town Hall and New Mimicipal Buildings (/i'/.). Arch Rev, VII. June, 
963 

Chatham's Chnin and the Doges of Venice, by C. H. Irwin (<//.), L H, 
XIATII. Apr, 500 
Chattanooga National Park : The Souvenir Factory at Chattanooga ; 

When Cotton was King, by Eva V. Carlin (///.), O M, XXXVI. 

July, 13 



Chaucer, Geoffrey, 1340—1400: 
The Portraits of Chaucer, M. H. Spielmann on (iV/.), M Art, XXIV. 

July. 395 (XXII. July, 97), Aug, 441 (XXIL Aug, 196), Sept, 494 

(XXII. Sept, 303) 
Chaucer, by Ferris Greenslet, F, XXX. Nov, 375 
Chaucer, by John W. Hales, N A R, CLXXI. Nov, 7x2 
The Poetry of Chaucer ; Conferences on Books and Men, by Url>anus 

Sylvan, C, IX. Oct, 540 
The Religious Characters in " The Canterbury Tales " by Prof. Theodore 

W. Hunt, Hom R, XL. Oct, ^09 
The Chaucer Garden, by W. H. Thompscn, Q M, CCLXXXIX. Oct, 

379 
The London of Chaucer's 'lime, by F. Rlnder, Arg, LXXII. Oct, 172 

Chaudfontaine, Belgium: A New Discovery, by Matilda Creagh (7//.}, 

Lud, IX. Feb, 310 

Chautauqua Summer School, see under Education 

Chavannes, Puvis de, 1824 — 1898, John La Farge on (i//.}, Scrib, 

XXVIIL Dec, 672 

Chavasse, Dr. F. J., Bishop of Liverpool, by One Who knows Him (///.}, 

Sun M, XXIX. July, 488 (XXII. July, 81) 

Cheese, see under Dairy- Farming 

Cheiro and Lord Kitchener : The Sirdar and the Seer, by Miss Maui 

Churton (///.), W M, XI. Mar, 426 (XXI. Mar, 253) 

Chemistry : 

The Position of Chemistry at English University Colleges, by John B. C. 

Kershaw, J Ed, XXIL Feb, 107 
Prof. William Ramsay ; a Present-Day Leader of Science, by Prof. Dubbie 

{«//.), QW,XLI. Feb, 10 
Dr. William Henry Pcrkin; a Present-Day Leader of Science, by Prof. 

Sydiey Young (ii/.), Q W, XLl. Apr, 256 
Professor James Dewar; a Present-Day Leader of Science, by Prof. G. 

G. Henderson (///.}, Q W, XLL Nov, 765 
Chemical Revolution; a Chapter of History, by G. Cecil Fry, K, XXIII. 

June, T30 
The Use of Liquid Air in Explosives, by Hudson Maxim (2//.}, A A, III. 

May, 3QI 
Liquid Air ; Its Commercial Value and Promoting Companies, by Editor 

of An ^lo- American, A A, III. May, 443 
The Position of Elcctro-Chemistry, by H. Borns, Feild, III. July, 23 
On the Metabolism of Matter in the Living Body, by Edward B. Kosa, 

Phys R, X. Mar, 129 
Chemistry of Agriculture, see under Agriculture 
Some Early Theories on Fermentation, by Dr. W. Stanley Smith, K, 

XXIIL July, 154, Aug, 179 
The P^fi'ect of Temperature, of Colloidal Ferric Hydrate, and of a Magnetic 

Field on the Hydrolysis of Ferric Chloride, by H. M. Goodwin and 

Frederick W. Grover {diagrams), Phys R, XL Oct, 193 
The Manufacture of Alcohol from Paper and Saw^dust, by C. A. Mitchell. 

CJ, IIL July, 476 
Refrigeration, see Refrigeration 



Cheney, John Vance, Poems by. — 

"A Group of Lyrics," A M. LXXXV. Mar, 



485 



•• The Poet's Lay," A M, LXXXV. June, 853 

•• Soul Flight," A M, LXXXVI. July, 23 

•* In the Gloaming," C M, LIX. Mar, 777 

" Music • C M, LIX. Apr, 814 

"The Cup of Bliss." C M, LX. Oct, 954 

" Wh-n Love comes " C M, LXI. Nov, 73 

"To Tezcatlipuca," Chaut. XXXI. Aug, «;i9 

•* At the Hyla's Call," Critic, XXXVI. May, 409 

•* By-and-By." Harp, XLL Dec, 24 

"The Birds." Mus, XVIII. July, 298 

*• The F.mpty Dwelling," N E M, XXL Jan, 580 

•* Liberty," N E M, XXIII. Dec, 474 
Ch^nier. Andre-Maire de, 1762— 1794, Cal R, CX. Jan, 93 
Chennell. Frank E., 

On the Public Library Age Limit, Libr W, 11. Jan, 175 

On the Censor in the Public Library. Libr W, 11. June, 316 
Cherokee Indian Congress at Talequah, by Wade Mountfortt (f//.), 

Ainslee, V. Apr, 2^4 
Cherries : The Hear and Cherry Sawfly, by M., Land M, IV. Feb, 148 
Chesapeake Bay : The " Gunners " of Chesapeake Bay, by A. J. Kenealy 

[Ui ), O. XXXVI. May, 148 
Cheshire [see also Chester, Dukinfield, Northwich, Port Sunlight) : 

Foraminifera of the Formby and Leasowe Marine Beds, by T. Mellard 
Keade [UL], Qeol M. VII. Mar, 97 
Chesney, Gen Sir Qeorge, 1830 — 18(.9? 

The Sir George Chesney Gold Medal (ill.), J R U S I. XLIV. Oct. 1097 

On the English Genius and Army Organisation, J R U S I, XLIV. Jan, 

53 

On the "Confusion wofse confounded" at the War Office, N C, XLVII. 
Feb, 187 (XXI. Feb, 138; 
Chesnutt, Charles W, and His Stories, by W. D. Howells. A M, 

LXXXV. May, 699 
Chess : Steinitz and Other Chess Plnyers, by Antony Guest, C R, LXXVIII. 

Nov. 727 
Chester, Norley, (MissEmilv Underdown}, on the Historical Influences of 

the '•Divine Comedy," Q M, CCLXXXVIIL beb. 167 
Chester : Recent Koman Finds at Chester, by R. Ncwstead \iii.), Rel, VI. 

Apr, III 
Chesterfield Inlet, see under Canada 
Chetham Hospital and Library, Manchester, by A. Nicholson, 

Libr A R, II. Sept, 469 
Chevalier's (Capt. E.} " Histoire de la Marine Francaise de 1815 

jl 1870," Unsigned Article on, E R, CXCII. July, 24 (XXIL Aug, 176) 



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INDEX TO THE 



Chbyne, Prof. T. K. 



Children and Child LiFE.-^Cominued. 



Cheyne, Prof. T. K., 

Encyclopaedia Biblica, edited by Prof. Cheyne and Dr. J. Sutherland 

Black, see under Bible and Biblical Criticism 
On Canticles v. 13 and vii. i, Jew Q, XII. Jan, 3P0 
On Sirach l. 9, Jew Q, XII. Apr, 554 
Chicago, Illinois : 
The Municipal Voters' League of Chicago, by Edwin B. Smith, A M, 

LXXXV. June, 8u 
Council Reform in Chicago, by E. B. Smith, Mun A, IV. June. 347 
The Chicago Drainage Canal, by E. O. Jordan, R R A, XXI. Jan, 56 
The Building-Trades Conflict in Chicago, by S. V. Lindhclm, J P Econ, 

VIII. June, 327 
The Housing of the Poor in Chicaga, by Frances B. Embree, J P Econ, 

VIII. June, -^54 
The Saloon in Chicago, by Royal L. Melendy, A J 80c, VI. Nov, 389 
Crime nm^mg the Negroes of Chicago, by Monroe N. Work, A J 80c, 

VI. Sept, 204 
The Children's Temple Home ; a Commonwealth of Waifs, by H. J. Shep- 

stone (///.), 8un M. XXIX. Aug. 519 
Better City School Adniinistratiun, by Truman A. De Weese, Ed R A, XX. 

June, 61 
The Dewey School, Chicago ; a Day with the New Education, by Laura L. 

Runyon {i//.}, Chaut, XXX. Mar, sSq 
Ekiucation by Machinery ; Peculiar School Tests used in Chicago, by H.J. 

Shepstone f///.). Harms, V. Oct, -.67 (XXII. Nov, 474) 
The World's Parliament of Religions and the Congress of the History of 

Religions, sec under Religion 
The Trust Conference, ste under United States 
Chichester, 8ir Arthur, (died 162c), and 8ir Cahir O'Doherty's 

Rebellion, 1608, by Bishop O'Doherty, Ir E R, VIII. Oct, 320 
Chichester, Bishop of, noticed, see Durnford (Dr.) 
Chickamauga, Tenn.. and the Chickamauga Crisis, Sept., 1863, by 

Major-Gen. Jacob D. Cox, 8crib, XXVIII. Sept, 326 
Chigwell, Essex : In the Footsteps of Barnaby Rudge, by F. Foulsham 

{/// ), Royal, V. Dec. 173 
Child of His Age— George W. Steevens, Mac, LXXXL Mar, 379 
Children and Child Life (see also Articles under Educationj : 
Child- Labour : 
Woman Labour and Child-Labour ; Short Bibliography, Chaut, XXX. 

Feb, 463 
A Century of Legislation for Women and Children, by Lady Alice C. 

Royle, H. XVII. Oa, 255 
Wage-Earning Children, by Mrs. Edith F. Hogg, Econ R, X- July, 3 5 
The Street -Irading Children of Liverpool, by I'homas Burke, C R, 
LXXVIII. Nov, 720 (XXII. Nov, 473J 
Pauper Children : 
A Note on the New Poor Law Act, by William C. Maude, M, XCV. 

Jan, 24 
State Care of Dependent Children, by Henrietta C. Wright, N A R, 

CLXXI. luly, 119 
Destitute Cliildren and Imperial Revenue, by £. D. Daly, N I R, XII. 

Jan, 291 
Destitute Children and Income Tax, by E. W. Daly, N I R, XIII. 

Mar, 39 
How Berlin orovides for Its Destitute Children, by Miss Edith Sell.rs, 

Econ R, X. Jan, -^s 
Plnnting-Out State Children in South Africa, by Duke of Argyll, N C, 
XLVII. Apr, 609 (XXI. Apr, 150) 
Feeble-Mindcd and Defective Children (ses also Blind, Deaf-Mutes, 
Epileptics) : 
Physically Defective Children, 8 B Q, IV. July, 59 
Defective and Epileptic Children, 8 B Q, III, May, 336, 365 
The Training of Defective Children under School Boards, by Dr. G. E. 

Shuttlcwonh, 8 B Q, III. Apr. 263 
Imbecile Childr*n ; Ix>ndon School Board Deputation to the Home Office, 

8BQ. III. Feb. 93 
TTie Education of the Feeble-Mindcd at Walthom, Mass., by Kate 
Gannett Wells (r//.), N E M, XXII. Mar, 6 
Hooliganism and Juvenile Crime, by Rev. Andrew A. W. Dr^w, N C, 

XLVIII. July, 89JXXIL July, 76) 
Corporal Punishment, by Rev. VV. D. Morrison, Law M, XXV. May, ?6i 
Inhumanity in Schools, by Miss Honnor Morten, Humane R, I. Apr, 16 
The Society for the Reformation of School Discipline, by L. W. Williams, 

Hunr>ane R, I. July, 190 
Industrial Schools, sec Industrial .Schools 
The Ragged School Union and Shaftesbury Society ; From the Slum-; to 

the Sunshine, by Harry How (///.), Bun Str, II. Au^:, uo} 
Children's Homes, etc., see under Homes and .Shelters 
The Children's Teoiple Home, Chicago : a Commonwealth of Waifs, by 

H. J. Shenstonc (///.). Bun M, XXIX. Aug, 519 
Junior Republic, see Junior Republic 

Vacation Schools in Am':rica, by Dr. Helen C. Putnam, F, XXX, Dec. 492 
Californi.Vs P'irsi Vacation School at Oakland, by Eva V. Carlin [if/.], O M, 

XXXV. May. 426 
The House Beautiful ; a Home for Convalescent Children at Bournemouth, 

by R. E. Pengclly u7.), Pur, III. June. 4^9 
The Children's Hospital, Gre.it Ormond Street, by G. Clarke (///.). 

Bun Btr, I. May, 513 
Chil i-Studv. Home-'l raining, etc. fsee al-o Ariicles under Educ.'tion) : 
" I-he Chi'd." by James C. Fcrnald, A M, LXXXVI. Sept, 377 
Difficulties and Dangers of Child-Study, by Miss A. Woods, P R, XL 

Dec, 803 
The Ethics of Child-Study, bv Dr. M. P. E. Groszmann, Mon, XL Oct, 65 
British Child-Study ; an Unspoken Address, by C. Lloyd Morgan, 
Paidol, II. July, 73 



Children and Child Life— continued. 
Child-Study, Home Training, etc. — continued. 

How to extend Child-Study, by Rev. J. O. Bevan, Paidol, 11. Apr. 26 
Creeping and Walking, t)y August W. Trettien, A J Psychol, XII. Oct, x 
Encouraging the Mental Powers of Votmg Children, by M. V. CShea, 

Cos, XXVIIL Jan, 358 
Mind-Reading in the Nursery, by Dr. Paul Cams (>?/.}, O C, XIV. 

Aug, 50a 
HaMt in Childhood, by Dr. H. Cripps Lawrence, Paidol, II. Apr. 22 
Child-Training at Home, by Jennie S. Campbell, Chaut, XXXI. SepC, 

627 
Health in the Nursery, by Frank Godfrey, P R, XL Jan, t, Feb, 93 
Hygiene of the Nursery, by R. W. Wilson, P R, XL June, 364, Sept, 628 
Abnormal Conditions of Mind in Vouag Children, by Dr. Helen Bcqrk, 

P R, XL Oct, 682 
The Education of Children, by Bishop Wilkinson, P R, XL Nov, 739 
The Parents' National Educational Conference, 1900 : 

Address by Prof. Earl Hames, P R, XL July, 486 

Address by James Bryce, P R, XL Aug, 507 
On the Observation cf Some Moral Aspects of Children, by Prof. James 

Sully, Paidol, II. July, 64 
The New P^ychology and the Moral Training of Children, by Hesry 

Davies, I J E, X. J uly, 493 
Authority, by Mrs, Dowson, P R, XI July, 423 
Punishment, by Mrs. Dowson, P R, XL May, 273 
Youthful Offenders and Parental Responsibility, by Thomas Hcdices, 

C R, LXXVII. lune. 845 (XXI. June, 575) 
R. L. Stevenson's Idea of a Liberal Education ; the Open Road, by Miss 

Fiances Blosg, P R, XL Nov, 77a 
Education .ind the English Parent, by Edith Slater. W R, CUII. Mar, 324 
Children's Ideas in Denm.trk, by J. Olsen, Paidol, 11. Nov, 128 
Travelling Companions, by Mabel A. Marsh, Paidol, II. Nov, i^i 
Mrs. Meynell and Her Historic Account of Childhood, by Prof. Foster 

Watson, Paidol, II. Nov, 124 
Experimental Researches upon the Creative Imagination in the CSiild, bj 

N. Vaschido, Paidol, 11. Nov, 11 1 
P6pito Ariola ; a Problem in Psychology, by Frederic Lees, H, XML 

Nov, 311 
Valentine Miller ; a Blind Musical Prodigy in California, by Charraiaa 

Kittredge (///.), O M, XXXV. Mar, 239 
Viola R< salia Olcrich; the Cleverest Child in the World, by Prof. R 

Olerich (/7/.), Btr, XX. Aug, i3o(XXIL Aug, 164) 
Miscellaneous : 
Are More Boys than Girls born ? by William E. A. Axon, H, XVIL Dec, 

4^0 'XXII. Dec, 570) 
The Custody and Guardianship of Children, by G. W. Wilton, Jur R, 

XII. Dec, 23a 
E. T. Gerry and His Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to ChildceD, 

New York, by Joseph H. Adams (///.), Ainslee, VI. Nov, 363 
The Tramp's Children, by T. W. WUkinsin, H, XVIL Aug, 91 
Parents, by E. S. M.nrtin, Harp, XLI. Dec, 18 (XXII. Dec, 571) 
The Modern Parent, by Stephen Gwynn, C, VIII. May, 66a 
The Fifth Commandment, by Laurana W. Sheldon, A, XXIII. Feb, aoS 
Should Children obey Their Parents? Q T, VI. June, 179 
Sisteis, by Mrs. R. Devonshire, P R, XI. Dec, 814 
What We can expect of the American Boy, by Theodore Roosevelt (nf/.\ 

8t N, XXVII. May, 571 
School and Home, by K. S. Marvin, Pos R, VIIL May, 8x 
The School and the Home, by P. H. Hanus, Inter M, 11. I>ec, 647 
Books fjr Children, Children's Libraries, see Books for Children 
Picture Work in Childien's Libraries, sec under Art 
Child-Fainter noticed, see J one it (M. H.) 
Messrs. F. W. and R. Speaight; the Children's PhotographcTs, by L 

(///.), YW, IX. Dec, 81 
Their Majesties the Babies, by Mrs. Leily Bingen (r7/.}, C F M, XXXL 

Sept, 4C9 
Fairies in Hoard Schools, by Lady Magnus, Q W, XLI. Mar, i8x 
School Children's Ideals, by Miss Catherine Dodd, Nat R, XXXIV. Fcb^ 

875 (XXI. Feb, 56S) 
Artists in Embryo, by Walter Dexter (i//.), L H, XLVIII. Jan, 225 

(XXL Jan, 59) 
English Children through American Eyes, by Clifton Johnson (iii.], 

Munsey, XXIII. Apr, 3 
Elizabethan Bo\s, by L. H. Sturdevant '<//.), Bt N, XXVJI. Jan, aoo 
Children and Courtesy Four Hundred Years Ago, by Mrs. E. K. Penndl 

(///.). Bt N. XXVIII. Nov. S3 
Some Smart Boys, by H. J. Shepstone (///.), Harms, IV. Mar, xi6 
The Roval Children of Eurooe (zV/.), Y W, VIIL June. 321 
Royal Children, by F. Nevill lack.son (///.), Royal. IV. Aug, aS-* 
The Playhours of Royal Children, by Mrs. S. A. Tooley [tU ). Q R, IL 

Aug. 931 
The Making of Models for Children, by R. Machray (iZ/.}, C F M, 

XXX. May, 624 
Toys, sec 'lojs 

The Children of London, by Rev. C. H. Grundy, T M, IV. Apr, 595 
Little Folk of Many Lands, by G. Winter wood [ti/.), Sun M, XXIX. 

July, 462 
The Children of Volendam, by Phil May (///.). M Art, XXIV. Sept, 499 
The Young Idci in Japan, by A, Edmonds (if/.), W M, XL Jan, 185; 

Same Article {i//.\, Can M, XVI. Dec, 119 
The Babies of Chinatown, S.in Francisco, by Mary Davison i/U.^. Cos, 

XXVIIL Apr, to5 
Children in Poetry, by Mary Hampden, Q T, VI. Sept, 371 
The Children's Tiee-PIanting Festival in Rome, by Mrs. Herbert Vnian 

(;r.}, WW, V. June, 333 



Childs, Mary A. 



PERIODICALS OF 1900. 



China. — Continued. 



57 



Childs, Mary A., Po«m by,— "In Savonarola's CeU," CM, UX. Jan, 

395 
Chili: 

Methods of Survey employed by the Chilean Boundary Commissions in the 

Cordillera of the Andes, by Prof. A. Bsrtrand, Q J, XVI. S«>t, 339 
Mount Sarmiento, by Sir Martin Conway (</A), Harp, XXXIX. Jan, 

333 
£. A. Fitzjrerald's First Ascent of Aconcagua, by Edward Whymper (1//.), 

L H. XLVIII. May. 60; 
'* The Highest Andes: a Record of the First Ascent of Aconcagua and 

Tupungato " by £. A. Fitzgerald and Stuart Vines, Robert McLeod 

on, L Q, III. Jan. 66 
The danta Luda of Santiago de Chile, by Douglas White (<//.}. O M, 

XXXVI. July, 3 
Juan Fernandez; Robinson Crusoe's Island, by Douglas White (<//.}, 
O M, XXXVI. Aug, i6z 
Chilkats. American Indians : The Wise Men of the Chilkats, by H.H.P., 

Theos R, XXVII. Oct, 164 
Cttillon, Prisoner of, see Bonivard (FrjuQois) 
Ctilna : 

Political, the Crisis, the European Powers and China, Chinese Trade, etc. : 
The Present Situation in China, by Dr. A. H. Smith, Mis R, XIII. June, 

430 
The Crisis in China, by Arthur Sowerby, C R, LXXVIII. July, zx 

(XXII. July, 50) 
The Crisis in the Far East, by Luden Wolf, F R, LXVIII. July, 143 

(XXII. July, 50. 78) 
The Revolt of the Yellow Man {maps and Ul.\ R R, XXII. July, 35 ; 

Part of Same Article [maps and Ul.\ R R Aus, XVII. Aug. 171 
The Revolt against the Pale Face {map and tV/.), R R. XXII. Aug, 131 ; 

Part of ^ame Arude (<//.). R R Aus, XVII. Sept, 305 
The Revolt of the Boxers in China, by E. H. Parker, A Q, X. July, 57 
The Crisis in China and the Missions, by Rev. A. P. Doyle (i//.), C W, 

LXXI. July, 548 
The Chinese Revolution, by Stephen Bonsai, R R A, XXII. Aug, x66 

(XXII. Aug. 174) 
The Chinese Tragedy («//.), R R Aus, XVII. July, ai 
Fighting in China, R R Aus, XVII. Aug, 153, Sept, 301, Oct, 448 
EpUodes of the Month, Nat R, XXXV. July, 697, Aug, 877; XXXVI. 

Sept, z'(XXII. Sept, azi, 350) 
The Chinese Revolutionary Junta («^/.), Ainslee, V. July, 529 
Distracted China, Blaclc, CLXVIII. July, X49, Aug, 287 (XXII. Aug. 

141) 
The Gathering of the Storm in China, by Robert E. Lewis, N A R, 

CLXXI. Auk. 3o8 (XXII. Sept, 248) 
The Chinese Revolt, by Frederick Greenwood, N C, XLVIII. Aug, 

330 (XXII. Aug, i^x) 
The Responsibility ot the Rulers for the Disturbances m China, by 

Lieut. C. Bellairs, N A R, CLXXI. Aug, 158 (XXII. Sept, 246) 
Causes of Anti-Foreign Feeling in China, by George B. Smyth, N A R, 

CLXXL Aug, z8a (XXII. Sept, 247) 
VeiM;eance and Afterwards, by Edward Dicey, N C, XLVIII. Aug, 339, 

(XXII. Auf(, X41) 
The Crisis in China and Its Cause, by C.B.A. (/7/.}. Sun 8tr, II. 

Aug. z89 
Recent Troubles in China, by Rev. J. H. Worley, Mis R, XIII. 

Aug, 6r6 
Canses of the Troubles in China, by Rev. W. O. Elterich, Mis R, 

XIII. Aug, 630 
The Clash of Civilization in China, by Dr. J. T. Gracey, Mis R, XIII. 

Aug, 623 
Chinese Riots and Reparationi, by Rev. W. A. Comaby, Mis R, XIII. 

Aug, 6ao 
Treaty Rights and Missions, by Rev. P. W. Pitcher, Mis R, XIII. Aug, 

6x7 
The Crisis in China, Mad R. VI. Aug, 219 
Tlie Root of the Chtne!«e Trouble, by John Foord, N A R, CLXXL Sept, 

40X (XXU. Oct, 361) 
What the Chinese think of Us, by Stephen Bonsai, N A R, CLXXI. 

Sept, 4tz (XXII. Oct, 360) 
The Conflict in China, by Edmund Buckley, Inter M, II. Sept, 333 
The Revdntion in China and Its Causes, by R. Van Bergen, C M, LX. 

Sept, 791 (XXII. Sept, 28a) 
The Empire of the Dead, by Dr. Francis E. Clark, N A R, CLXXL 

Sept, 375 
The Anti-Foreign Uprising in China, by Rev. Harlan P. Beach [jUl. and 

maps\ Mis R, XIII. Sept, 657 
The Chinese Imbroglio and How to get out of It, by E. H. Parker, A Q, 

X. Oct, asa 
The Chinese Crisis, Q R, CXCIL Oct. 542 (XXII. Nov, 448) 
TIm Q-isis in China, by James B. Angell, A M, LXXXVI. Oct, 4^3 
The Crisis in China, by Isaac T. Headland (///.), Munsey, XXIV. 

Oct,5 
The Chinese Resentment, by H. H. Lowry, Harp, XL. Oct. 740 
The Chinese Defence, by £. H. Parker. U 8 M, CXLIII. Oct, 03 
The Taming of the Dragon, by Llewellyn J. Davies, F, XXX. Nov, 

353 (XXn. Dec, 55S) 
Cultural Factors in the Chinese Crisis, by Paul S. Reiosch, A A P 8, 

XVI. Nov, 435 
Notes of a Canadian Abroad, by David Ghss, A A, IV. Nov, 444 
The Causes of the Crisis in China, by Rev. J. S. Whitewright, Mis R, 

XIII. Dec, 943 
The Peking Legations ; a National Uprising and International Episode, 

by Sir Robert Hart, F R, LXVIII. Nov, 7x3 (XXII. Nov, 447} ; 

Same Article, Cos, XXX. Dec, xax 



China— continued. 
Political, the Crisis, the European Powers and China, etc. — continued. 
Of Some of the Causes which led to the Siege and Preservation of the 

Foreign Legations at Peking, by Rev. Roland Allen, C, IX Nov, 669 

(XXII. Nov, 448), Dec 754 (XXII. Dec. 580) 
The Struggle on the Peking Wall : an Episode of the Siege of the 

Ugations. by W. N. Pethick. C M, LXl. Dec, 3c8 
With the Peking Relief Cdumn, by Frederick Palmer, C M, LXL Dec, 

308 
A Woman's Diary of the Siege of Pekin, by Mrs. E. K. Lowry [plant\ 

McCI. XVI. Nov, 65 
Would Homicide have been justifiable in Pekin? by Princess Gagarine, H, 

XVII. Oct, 238 (XXII. Oct, 387) 
China and the Far Eastern Question; Short Bibliography, by C. H. 

Hastings, Chaut, XXXI. May, 123 
The Warlike Policy of the Empress Dowager, by W. N. Brewster, R R A, 

XXI. Apr, 46a 
Emperor Kuang-Hsu of Chin 1 ; Prince Hamlet of Peking, by Charles 

Johnston, A. XXIV. Sept, 268 
The Last Palace Intrigue at Peking, by R. S. Gundry, F R, LXVII. 

June, 958 (XXI. June, 554) 
Li Hung Chang ; the Great Chinese Viceroy and Diplomat, by J. W. 

Foster, Inter M, II. Nov. 584 
Chinese Parties and Their Leaders, by Isaac T. Headland (<//.}, 

Ainslee. VI. Nov, 314 . 
Sir Robert Hart, by H. C. Whittlesey, A M, LXXXVI. Nov, 6go 
His Excellency Wu Ting- Fang; Chinese Minister at Washington, 

W Work, I. Dec. 177 
Who's Who in China, by Demetrius C. Boulger, C R, LXXVIII. Aug. 

855 (XXII. Aug, 143) 
London's Legations from the Far East, by R. Machray (1?/.), Royal, V. 

Dec, X43 
China, Black, CLXVIII. Sept. 40^ 

An Empire without Government, New C R, VIII. No\', 395 
Reform in China, by Dr. GUbert Reid, F, XXVIII. Feb, 724 (XXT. 

Mar, 266) 
Reform in China, by Prof. R. K. Douglas, Q W, XLI. Dec. 802 
'Ihe Struggle for Reform, by Charles Johnston, N A R, CLXXI. July, 

X3 (XXII. Aug, 146) 
Chang Chih-T'ung's Recipe for reforming the Empire, by Rev. Arthur 

H. Smith, Mis R, XIII. Jan, 36 
The Eastern Question, by Dr. E. Maxey, A, XXIII. Apr, 358 
The Social and Political Condition of China, by Sir Chichen Lofcngluh ; 

Interview, H, XVII. Nov, 305 (XXII. Nov, 47X) 
The Future of China, by G. F. Wright, B 8, LVII. O t, 738 
Notes and Impressions from a Tour in China, by Sir Henry Blake, N C, 

XLVIII. Oct, 557 
Chinese Foreign Pdicy, by John Ross, C R, LXXVIII. Dec, 761 (XXIL 

Dec, 555) 
The Scramble for China, by Demetrius C. Boulger, C R, LXXVIII. 

July, 1 (XXIL July, 50) 
The Powers and the Partition of China, by Dr. Gilbert Reid, N A R, 

CLXX. May, 634 (XXI. June, 553) 
China and the Western Nations, by F. Crispi. N A R, CLXXI. Nov, 

692 (XXIL Dec. 555) 
The Influence of the Western World on China, by Rev. D. Z. Sheffield, 

C M, LX. Sept, 784 (XXII. Sept, 288) 
Chinese Traits and Western Blunders, by Bishop Henry C. Potter, C M, 

LX. Oct. 921 
Western Benefits through China's Development, by Ho Vow, F, XXIX. 

Mar, ^Q (XXI. Apr. 375) 
Efifects of^ Asiatic Conditions upon International Polides, by Capt. A. T. 

Mahan, N A R, CLXXI. Nov, 609 (XXII. Dec, 555) 
China ; a Plea for Justice, by A. Edmund Spender, W R, CLVI. Nov, 

477 (XXII. Nov, 448) 
A Plea for Fair Treatment, by Wu Ting Fang, C M, LX. Oct, 951 

(XXII. Oct, 384) 
A Plea for the Control of China, by Capt F. E. Vounghusband, Nat R, 

XXXVI. Oct, 210 (XXIL Oct, 3sq) 
The Future of China and of the Missionaries, by Charles Denby, F, 

XXX. Oct, 166 (XXII. Nov, 449) 
The Powers' Stakes in China, W Work. I. Nov, 27 
China and the Powers, by John B. Walker (rV/.), Cos, XXIX Sept, 

468 
China against the World, by Paul S. Reinsrh. F, XXX. Sept, 67 
Peking— and After, by Demetrius C. Boulger, F R, LXVIII. Aug, 198 

(XXIL Aur:, 141) 
What to do with Cliina, by an Old China Resident, C R, LXXVIII. 

Sept. 30s (XXII. Sent, 245) 
The Combe Settlement in China, by Lucien Wolf, F R, LXVIII. Sept, 

513 (XXII. Sept, 945) 
Internationalism at Pekin and Paris. R R. XXII. Sept. 241 
Can China be s.-ived f by Talcott Williams, R R A, XXII. Sept. 994 
China and the Powers, by Emerson Bainbridge, C R, LXXVIII. Aug, 

17a (XXII. Aug, 142) 
The Crux of Foreifm Policy, F R. LXVIII. Aug, 295 
China and International Questions, E R, CXCII Oct, 4 so 
Have Wc a Policy in China ? by Luciea Wolf, F R, LXVIII. Aug, 327 

(XXII. Aug, X41) 
Our Future Policy m China, by Dr. John Ross, C R, LXXVIII. Oct, 483 

(XXIL Oct, 361) 
After Pekin, M R, I. Oct. 15 (XXII. Oct, 361) 
Europe, China, and the Pence Conference, by F. de Martens, M R, I. 

Nov, 32 (XXII. Nov, 448) 
Britbh Interests in China, Q R, CXCI. Jan, x (XXI. Feb, 155) 



S8 



INDEX TO THE 



China. — G)iitinued. 



China. — CoBtinoed. 



Ch i na— <oniinaed. 
Political, the Crisis, the European Powers and China, etc. — continued. 
EngLind's Vacillation in China and Its Consequences, by Henry Norman, 

N C, XLVIII. July, 4 (XXII. July, 50) 
1 Hong Kong ; a Successful Colonial Experiment, by Poultney Bigelow 

((/7.). Harp, XXXIX. Apr, 71a 
Wei-Hai-Wei, by Pouhney Bigelow («//.), Harp, XL. Oct, 645 (XXII. 

Oct, J83) 
Tne Industrial Significance ot the Anglo-German Alliance, by John R. 

Dunlap, Eng M, XX. Dec, 335 
Enghind and Germany, M R, I. Dec, aa (XXII. Dec, 574) 
The German Danger in the Far East, by X., Nat R, XXXVI. Oct, 178 

(XXII. Oct, 360) 
Kii&o-Chau ; Germany's First Colony in China, by Poultney Bigelow (ftf/.), 

Harp, XXXIX. Mar. 577 
Kiaochou ; a German Colonial Experiment, by Chas. Denby, Jr., F, 

XXIX. July, 572 (XXII. Aug, 148) 
The Story of Port Hamilton {maps), R R, XXI. June. 540 
China and Russia, by Josiah Quincy, N A R, CLXXI. Oct, 528 (XXII. 

Nov, 440) 
Russia's Interest in China, by Brooks Adams, A M, LXXXVI. 

Sept. 309 
Russia's Foreign Policy, by a Russian Publicist, C R. LXXVIII. Dec, 

776 (XXII.^w:, 573) 
The ( )pen Door, etc. ; Count MouravieflTs Triumph, by R. A. Verburgh, 

Nat R, XXXV. June, 674 (XXI. June, 553) 
Count l-arosdorflTs First Failure, by Luden Wolf, F R, LXVIII. Oct, 694 

(XXII. Oct, 360) 
Is Russia to preponderate in China? by Demetrius C. Boulger, F R, 

LXVIII. Oct, 687 (XXII. Oct, 359) 
Why not a Treaty with Russia? F R, LXVIIL Oct, 677 (XXH. Oct, 

. 359) 

An Anglo-Russian Alliance : a Plea for Peace, by Capt. J. W. Gambier, 

F R, LXVIII. Dec, 998 (XXII. Dec, 558) 
Ru<sia's Iron Grip on China, by A. H. Ford (iV/.), P M, IX. Apr. 38a 
Russia's Progress in East Asia, by Carl Schultz, J R U 8 I, XLIV. Oct, 

llie Irue Motif of Russo -American Diplomacy, by O. A. Rowland, A A, 

IV. Nov, 387 
Japan and Russia in the Far East, by James Murdoch, N A R, CLXX. 

May, 609 (XXI. June, 55a) 
Japan's Quarrel with Russia, by R. Van Bergen, Aintlee, V. June, 4x3 
Japan's Present Attitude towards China, by J. K. Goodrich, R R A, 

XXII. Sept, 308 (XXII. Sept, 275) 
Japan's Attitude toward China, by D. W. Stevens, F, XXX. Sept, 76 

(XXII. Oct, 383) 
The Japanese View of the Sitnatiou, by a Japanese Diplomat, N A R, 

CLXXI. Aug, Z98 (XXII. Sept, 248) 
Japan and the New Far East, by Ignotus, Nat R, XXXVI. Sept, 95 

(XXH. Sept, 350) 
How Peace was made between China and Japan, 1895, by Chas. Denby, 

F, XXIX. Aug, 713 
The Problem of Asia, by Capt A. T. Mahan {map]. Harp, XXXIX. Mar, 

536. Apr, 747, May, 939 
American Interests in China, by John Barrett, R R A, XXI. Jan, 4a 

(XXI. Jan, 56) 
American Policy in China, by Sir Charles W. Dilke, N A R, CLXX. 

May, 643 
The United States and the Future of China, by W. W. RockhHl, F, 

XXIX. May, 324 (XXI. June, 553) 
Mutual Helpfulness between China and the United States, by Wu Ting- 
Fang, N A R, CLXXI. July, i (XXIL Aug, 143) 
America's Share in a Partition of China, by Demetrius C. Boulger, 

N A R, CLXXI. Aug. 171 (XXII. Sept, 347) 
The United States in China, by Josiah Quincy, C R, LXXVIII. Aug, 183 

(XXII. Aug, 143) 
American Rights in Chioa, by Mark B. Dunndl, A M, LXXXVI. 

Aug, 371 
America's Duty in China, by John Barrett, N A R, CLXXI. Aug, 145 

(XXII. Sept, 346) 
America in the Orient, by Wu Tin? Fang {Hi.), Ainalee, V. June. 396 
America and the Reconstruction of China, by W. N. Brewster, R R A, 

XXII. Sept, 314 
An American Consulate in Shanghai, by Mary H. Krout (>//.), Chaut, 

XXXI. Sepr, 559 
China and the Philippines, bv Dr. Paul Cams. O C, XIV. Feb, xo8 
The Race for the Chinese Market, by John Foord {ffta/), Fr L, L. Oct, 

, 579 

Commercial Possibilities of China, by J. S. Fearon, F, XXVIII. Jan, 

592 
Commercial Aspect of the Yellow Peril, by Alleync Ireland, N A R, 

CLXXI. Sept, 389 
The Past and Present in China, by A. H. U. Colquhoun (mix/), Can M, 

XV. Sept. 445 
. China in ReKeneration ; an Epoch and xm Opportimity, by John Foord, 

Eng M. XIX. Aug. 655 (XXII. Sept, 376) 
Common Knowledge of China {ma/), En^ T, IV. Sept, 389 
The American Invasion of China, by William B. Parsons {ma/ and f//.), 

McCI, XIV. Apr, 4^ 
Russian 'JYade in Chma, by G. Calderon, C R, LXXVIII. Sept, 389 

(XXII. aept, 277) 
The Chinese System of Banking, by Charles Denby, F, XXX. Dec, 

413 

Th*; Crisis in China ; Its Meaning for Engineering Interests, by John 
Barrett, Eng M, XIX. Sept, 8ot (XXII. Oct, 385) 



Ch ina— continued. 
Political, the Crisis, the Europsan Powers and China, etc.— cootiniied. 
hngineering Development of the Far East, by Wm. Barclay Pai 

(///.}, Eng M, XIX. July, 481 (XXII. Aug. 147) 
Elogineering in China, by G. James Morrison (i//.). Cat M, XVII. .Apr, 

443 
Openings for Mechanical Engineers in China, by Lord Charles Beresfard 

(f//.), Cas M, XVIII. Aug, 390; Same Paper, Eng T, II. Jaa, 

The ^Resulation of the Yellow River, by WUliam Starling (j//.), Eng M, 

XX. Dec, 373 
The Warfare of Railways in Asia, by Alex. H. Ford (mm/), C M, LIX. 

Mar, 794 
Railway Opportunities in the Orient, by Wm. Barclay Parsoos {ilL\ 

Eng M, XIX. May, 177 (XXI. June, 56a) 
Railway Development in China, by Wm. Barclay Parsons (fV/.). McCI, 

XV. July, S38 
The Sung-Wu Railway, by George Osborne {ii/.). Rail M, VI. Jmse, 

557 
Some Account of Mining in China, by Alfred Edmonds (<//.)» Feild, HL 

Nov, 505 
Army : 
The Chinese Army, by E. H. Parker. U 8 M, CXLII. Apr, 47 
The Forces arrayed against Us in North China, by E. H. Parker, U 8 M, 

CXLII. Aug, 536 
China's Defensive Strength, by Johannes H. Wbby, A, XXIV. Sept, 

944 
Chinese Troops for the Philippines, etc ; Natit'e Troop« for the L nked 

States Colonial Possessions, by Major L. L. Seaman, N A R, CLXXI. 
Dec, 847 
Private lohn Chinaman, by H. Grainger («?/.}, Royal, IV. Oct, 463 
Intimate Boxers, by £. H. Parker, C R, LXXVIII. Sept, 3x6 (XXIL 

fcept, 345) 
The Associated Fists or So-Called Boxer Sodety, by Rev. George T. 

Candlin (1//.). Q C, XIV. Sept, ^ 
In the Haunts of the Boxers, byTiuy Morrison Walker [ma/ and ^.', 

Fr L, L. .Sept, 449 
Chinese Boxers and the Missionary, by Rev. Hopkyn Reet («^/.}, 8un Str. 

II. Nov, 559 
The Boxers in Manchuria, by Rev. J. Ross, Mit R, XIII. Nov, Sag 
The " Great Knife " Sect of Shantung, by Mrs. G. S. Hays, Mis R. XIIL 

Feb, ZI3 
Missions and Religion (see also Articles on the Political Crisis above 1 : 
Missions and Missionaries in China, by Poultney Bigelow, N A R, 

CLXXI, July, 36 (XXII. Aug. 145) 
Missionaries and Governments, by Louise C. Brown. C R, LXXVIII. 

Dec, 870 (XXIL Dec, 556) 
The Missionary in China, by F. Thcrold Dickson, Mac, LXXXIIL 

Dec, 95 
Missions in Ch:'na, by J. S. Dennis, R R A, XXII. Sept, 30a (XXJL 

Sept, 375) 
Missionary Troubles in China, by Taw Sein Ko, A Q, X. Oct, 978 
Missions and War in China, by Rev. John Ross {H/.), 8un H, Nov, 33 
Christian Missions and European Politics in China, by Prof. G. M. 

Fiamingo, O C, XIV. Nov, 689 
Rev. T. Richard: a Missionary Statesman m China, fay Rev. J. 

Johnston {H/.), 8un M, XXIX. Dec. 808 
Interference with Native Tribunals in China by Roman Cathclic M 



aries, Ch Mis I, LI. Mar, 185 
Foreign Missions, by Mrs. J. F. Bishop ; Interview, by R. Elatbwavt 

(»//.;, QT, VL May, 7a 
Mr.t. bishop on Protestant Missions in China, by Dr. A. T. FiersoR 

{ma^). Mis R, XIII. Sept, 675 
Church Missions in the Far East, by Mrs. Isabella Bishop, Ch Mis U 

LI. Nov, 835 
The Missionary Ouestion in China, by Charles Denby, Mis R, XIIL 

Oct, 769 
Missionary Work in China, by John Fryer, Ainslee, VI. Auv, zi 
What can Christianity do for CThina? by Dr. A. H. Smith, Mis R, XIII. 

Feb, 136 
Future Missionary Policy in China, by Dr. A. J. Brown, Mis R, XIIL 

Nov, 85a 
Papers for Reference, Ch Mis I. LI. Oct, 758 

Letters and Teleerams from China, Ch Mis I, LI. Sept. 694, Oct. 750 
The China Inland Mission, by Rev. J. Hudson Taylor; Inter %i e w , br 

R. Blathwayt {i//.), Q T, VI. Sept, 408 

iubilee of the Fuh-Kiei; Mission, by L. Iloyd, Ch Mis I, LI. Ane. 569 
lissionaries at Wei-Hein, by Rev. J. T. Gracey, Mis R, XIII. Feb, ti4 
The Story of the Gospel in Hunan, by Dr. Griffith John. Mis R. XIIL 

Aug, 593 
Chrisiianity in Manchuria, by Rev. J. Ross (>//.), Mis R, XIIL Oct, 

746 
American Asiatic Missionary Enterprise, by J. M. Scanland, A, XXIV. 

Sept, 358 
Church- Burning in China, by Prof. L T. Headland {iU.), Mis R. XIII. 

Dec, 931 
Imperilled Australian Missionaries in China {i/i.), R R Aus, XVII. Jn^, 

41 
List of Protestant Missionaries known to have been massacred from ibe 

Beginning of the " Boxer " Movement to Sept. zx, 1900. by Rev. J. K. 

Hyke4, Mis R. XIII. Dec, 950 
Poem on the Christi.-ins massacred in China, 1900, by Nina F. La\ard, 

Harp, XLI. Dec, 134 
Martyr Missionaries; the White-Robed Army, by M. D. Pelrew H 

xcvT. Scrt. 335 



China . — Continued. 



PERIODICALS OF 190a 



Chincha Islands. 



59 



China— coDtinued. 
Missioos and Religion— continued. 
The Prospects of the CathoUc Chuich in China {Oi.), C W, LXXI. 

Sept, 737 
The Philosophic Basis of Chinese Conservatism, by Rev. A. Kingsley 

Glover, A, XXIV. Sept, 253 
Buddhism and Christianity : Religions of China, by Prof. Max Mfiller, 

N C, XLVIIL Nov, 730 (XXII. Nov, -175) 
Among Chinese (Buddtiist) Monasteriefs, by Mrs. Archibald Little, Mac, 

LXXXI. Jan, aox 
Confucianism, by Prof. Max Mailer, N C, XLVIIL Sept, ^73 (XXII. 

Sept, 278) 
Confucianism in the Nineteenth Century, by Prof. Heibert A. Glhs, 

N A R. CLXXI. Sept, 359 
llie Teachings of Confucius, by A. L. Salmon, Q T, VI. Sept, 739 
A Visit to the Tomb of ConCncius ; China's Holy Land, by Erust von 

Hesse- Wartegg (>//.}, C M, LX. Oct, 803 
Chu-Chuang; a Chinese Prince to Confudanise Europe, by J.C.H., 

New C R, VIII. Aug, 1x9 
Taoism, by Prof. Max Miiller, NC, XLVIIL Oct, ^64 
*'LauTze'sTau-ieh-King" by Dr. Paul Cams, Unsigned Article on, 

Cal R. ex. Apr, 3x6 
The Chinese Altar of Burat-OfTering [iil.\ O C, XIV. Dec, 752 
Chinese Josses, by H. Hillman (i//.), Q W. XLI. Feb, 87 
Chinese Jews, by Marcus N. Adier, Jew Q, XIII. Oct, x8 
Chinese Education, by Romyn Hitchcock [tll.)^ C M, LX. Oct, 900 
Chinese Education («(/.}, O C. XIV. Nov, 694 
Ihe Chinese Theatre in New York, by E. W. Townsend (t//.), Bkman A, 

XII. Sept, j9 
The Chinese Language; China*s Greatest Curiosity, by Frederic Poole, 

Lipp, LXVI. Nov. 746 
Chinese Hieroplvphics, by Rev. Wm. Arthur Cornaby, Pur, III. Aug, 663 
Some Chinese \iaiterpieces (in Art), by C. J. Holmes (///.}, M R, I. Nov, 

x37(XXILNov, 480) 
The Walters Collection of Oriental^orcelain, by Cosmo Monkhouse («//.}, 

M Art, XXIV. June, 554 
Social, Descriptive, and Miscellaneous : 
Chinese Civilization : the Ideal and the Actual, by D. Z. Sheffield, F, 

XXIX. July, 584 (XXIL Aug, 146) 
The Present-Day China, by Dr. William MiiirheaH, L Q, IV. July, X05 
The Intellectual Awakening of China, by Prof. R. K. Douglas, N C, 

XLVII. June, 988 (XXI. June, 578) 
China, by J. H. Bridges, Pot R, VIII. Aug, xao 
China ; a Survival of the Unfittest [iil.)^ Fr L, L Oct, 5s6 
China and Its Future, by Archdeacon A. £. Moule, Ch Mis I, LI. Nov, 

804 
China— Past, Present, and Future, by Dr. Ashmore (1?/.), Mis R, XIII. 

Sept, 67 X 
The Future of the Chinese People, by D. Z. Sheffield, A M, L^XXV. 

Jan, 76 
The Chinese People, by Wu Ting-Fang (1//.), Fr L, L. Sept, 444 
The Chinaman, by Pierre Leroy-He^iulieu, McCI, XVI. Dec, X34 
Some Aspects of the Chin;iman, by F. Thorold Dickson, Mac, LXXXII. 

Oct, 41X (XXII. Oct, 378) 
The Chinese as l.usiness Men, by Sheridan P. Read, C M, LX. Oct, 

864 
** Village Life in China; a Study in Sociology" by Dr. Arthur H. Smith, 

Unsigned Article on, H, XVII. Sept, 2x7 
The Chinese at Home, by George Donaldson, A A, III. Jan, 43 
Home Life in China, by P. Astor (<V/.), Harms, V. Sept. T42 
The New Year in China, by Dr. Arthur H. Smith, O C, XIV. Jan, 43 
At a Chinese Dinner-Party, Black, CLXVIII. Dec, 8^x 
The Position of Chinese Women, by an English Resident in China, H, 

XVH. Oct, 242 
TVhat It means to be a Chinese Woman, by Dora M. Jones (i//.), Y W, 

IX. Nov, 41 
The Girls of China, by A. Lennoys {ill.), Q R, 11. Sept, ro74 
Our Chinese Sisters, by Lillie S. Parker, Sun H, Dec, ixo 
A Village Wedd.ng in Yunnan, by Annie Grist, Pur, III. Oct, 829 
Shanghai and Macao : the Rival *' Foreign Devils," by Col. Henry 

Knollys, Black, CLXVIII. Nov, 719 (XXIL Nov, 449) 
A Babel of Tongues in Hainan, by Rev. W. J. Leverett [ill.). Mis R, 

XIII. Dec, 940 
The Cathayans, by E. H. Parker, A A, X. Oct, 342 
Chinese J urkestan and Its Inhabitants, by L. E. HOgberg (///.), MIS R, 

XIII. Feb. 99 
The Opium Commission and the Opium Question in China, by John 

Forster, P M Q, XXII. Jan, 54 
Opium Suicides in China, by Rev. J. Graham, Mis R, XIII. Feb, 123 
Opium in China, by Rev. W. A. Cornaby. L Q, III. Jan, 131 
Tne Chinese Question Abroad, see Chinese Question 
Forty Facta from China, by Rev. W. A. Cornaby, Mis R, XIII. 

Nov, 849 
Mysteries of God's Providence in China, by Dr. A T. Pierson (f//.). Mis R, 

XIII. Oct. 737 
What China really is. by John B. Dane (<7/.), Cos, XXIX. Sept, 476 
** China" by Mi-s E. R. Sciimore, W. Canton on, Q W. XLI. Oct, 7x7 
The Immensity of China, by A S. Quick, Pur. III. Oct, 7^0 
Tilings Chinese, by Capt. A. W. S. Wingate [map), J U 8 I I. XXIX. 

{an, X 
«tter about China, by R. Van Bergen, 8t N, XXVII. Oct, io8< 
What a Foreigner saw in China, by W. H. Rees (<//.}, W W, VI. 

Nov, X14 
An F.nglishwoman in China ; Interview with Mrs. Bishop, by Sybil C. 
Mi: ford ill), T M, V. Oct, 61 



China — continued. 
Social, Descriptive, and Miscellaneous — continued. 
A Lady Missionary in China, by Rachel Oemson {ill.), W W, VI. Oct, 

By the Pagodas of China, by Robert E. Speer {ill.), Fr L, L. Nov, 76 
Chinese Architecture, by Rev. W. Hopkyn Rees [ill.), M Art, XXV. 

Dec 64 
By RaU to Peking, by Mary H. Krout {ill.), Chaut, XXXI. Aug, 490 
Pekin. by J. Thomson (*//.), W W, VI. Dec, 2si 
A Visit to Pekin in x8q9, by Duthine [Ul.), Q W, XLI. Sept, 6x5 
Five-Minute Tales told in China, by Chu S. Bok and Vincent Van 

Marter Beede, Chaut, XXXII. Dec, 240 
The Man in the Huflhlo Hide : a True Story of the Cruelties of Li Hung 

rhans, by Louis Becke, L H, XLIX. Nov, 53 (XXII. Nov, 452) 
" The Yangtze Valley and Beyond " by Mrs. Isabella Bird Bishop, W. 

E. Griffis en. Critic, XXXVI. Mar. 242 
On the Rapids of the Upper Yangtee, by Lieut. H. E. Hillman {HI.), 

W W, V. Aug, 5?4 
Journeys in the Cbiuese Shan States, by Fred. W. Carey {$Hap and ill.), 

Q J, XV. May. 486 
A Journey through South- West Sechuan, by Edward Amundssn {maps), 

Q J. XV. June, 6ao; XVI. Nov. 53» 
The Marvellous Bore of Hang-Chau ; the Greatest Wonder in the Chinese 

World, by Eliza R. Scidmore {map and «//.). C M, LIX. Apr, 852 
Chinese Hieroglyphics, by Rev. VVm. Arthur Cornaby, Pur, III. Aug, (>f>2 
Chine-te Puzzles, Tricks, and Traps, by James Scott (<//.), 8tr, XX. 

Dec, 7x5 
Chinese Carriers, by Harry C. Smart (i//.). Can M. XVI. Nov. 33 
Chinese Sports and Games, by 1. 'J\ Headbnd {ill.), O, XXXVII. 

Nov, X58 
An Autumn Day's Sport near Pekinz. Black. CLXVIII. Nov, 656 
Pigeons of Peking, by A. D. Sheffield (///.), 8t N, XXVII. Feb, 3x6 
Historical : 
Modem Problems in Ancient China, by Rev. T. G. Selby, C J, III. 

Sept. 571 
Kublai Khan ; or, the Popes and the Tartars, by Lorenzo J. Markoe, 

ACQ, XXV. Jan, i 
When St. George has fought the Dragon, by Marcus Tindal {ill.), P M, 

X. Sept, 312 
Slam's Intsrcourse with China, by Major G. E. Gerini, A Q, X. Oct, 

365 
Wou-San-kwei (died 1679) ; a Great Chinese Satrap, by Demetrius C. 

BouUer, C. IX. Nov. 68x (XXIL Nov, 478) 
The Chinese Conauest of Centtal Asia, x 755— 1759, by D. C. Boulger 

(i//.). E I, XXIV. Oct, 72 
The Siege of Shanghai, by John P. Hobson {Ul ), L H, LXIX. Nov. 48 
Notes on the Operations round Shanghai in 1862-63-64, by Gen. C. G. 
Gordon {maps), F R, LXVIII. Sept, 38a (XXIL Sept, 279), Oct, 6ox 
(XXIL Oct, 361) 
Gordon's Campaign in China, 1862, by Col. R. H. Vetch, F R, LXVIII. 

Sept, 332 
Aboard the U.S.S. Wackusett in Chinese Waters. 1866 ; Admiral Philip's 
Diary {ill.), Fr L, L. Oct. f,tj 
China, Royal Family of, — The Imperial Manchu Family, by E. H. Parker, 

C. I.X. Oct, 458 (XXIL Oct, 386) 
China. Emperor Kuang-Hsu of. 
Character Sketch {ill.),H R. XXIL July, 29: Part of Same Article [ill.), 

R R Aus, XVII. Aucr, 198 
Prince Hamlst of Peking, by Chas. Johnston, A, XXIV. Sept, 268 
Kwang Hsu and the Dowager Empres>, by Isaac Taylor Headland {ill.), 
Ainslee, VI. Oct, 206 
China. Empress Tze-hsi of. 
Character Sketch {ill.), R R, XXII. July, 23 ; Part of Same Article {ill.), 

R R Aus, XVII. Aug, 193 
The Warlke Policy of the Empress, by W. N. Brewster, R R A, XXI. 

Apr, 462 
Kwang Hsu and the Dowager Empress, by Isaac Taylor Headland [ill.), 

Ainslee, VI. Oct. 206 
The Slave Girl Who mounted a Throne, by R. Maingay {ill.). Royal, IV. 

Sept, 379 (XXI. Sept, 249) 
Tsi Tsi ; the Empreu of China {ill.), L R, VII. Apr, 742 
China— Porcelain, etc., see Pottery 

Chinese Language and Literature, see under China above 
Chinese Question : 
Will the Chinese migrate? by J. M. Scanland, A, XXIV. July, 21 
The Chinese Immigrant in Further Asia, by F. W. Williams, A H, V. Apr, 

503 
The Eastern Migration of Oriental Peoples, by F. M. Todd {Hi.), Ainslee, 

VI. Oct, 225 

Chinese Exclusion from the Philippines, by S. W. Belford, A, XXIII. May, 

449 
America's Treatment of the Chinese, by Charles F. Holder, N A R, 

CLXXI. Aug, 214 (XXII. Sept, 248) 
The Attitude of the United States towards the Chinese, by Ho Yow, F, 

XXIX. June, ^85 (XXIL July, 51) 
The Babies of Chinatown, San Francises, by Mary Davison [ill.), Cos, 

XXVIII. Apr, 605 
How the Opium Fiends were fought with the Camera in San Francisco, by 

H. W. Canfield (i7/.), W W, V. May. 187 
The Chinese Theatre in New York, by E. Vf. Townsend {ill.), Bkman A, 

XII. Sept, 39 
The Cockney John Chinaman, by G. A, Wade [ill.), E I, XXIII. July. 

:?oi (XXIL July, 51) 
Chinese Cooks, C J, III. Nov. 737 
Chincha Islands, see under Peru 



6o 



INDEX TO THE 



Chiogcia. 



Church and CnitisTrANiTY. 



Chioggia Fishermen and Their Heraldry, by Miss HeloaZimmem {$U.\ 

LH,XLVIII. Apr, 594 
Chippenham, Wiltshire : A Pneumatic Tool Factoxy at Chippenham ; a 

New Industry in Great Britain f/V/.), Felld, III. July, 81 
Chisholm Family, by Francis W. Pixley {/7/.), Qeneal M. III. Mar, 475 
Chisholm. Hugh, on the War in South Africa; How to pay for the War, 

F R, LXVII. Mar, 443 (XXI. Mar, 936) 
Chitral, see Frontier Questions under India 
Chitty, Lerd Justice, 1838—1899 : In Memoriam. by E.W.B., Law M, 

XXV. May, 357 
Chivalry : The Old Chivalry and the New, by Rev. E. Griffith- J ones, Y M, 

XIV. Feb. 61, Apr, 139, lune, 303, Nov, 385, Dec, 408 
Chivers, Cedric, on the Way to open a New Book {i/L), Libr, I. June, 333 

(XXII. July, 65) 
Choate, U. H., and 1, Carlton House Terrace : The London Home of 

J. H. Choate, by C. Colquhoun {til.). Universal, I. July, 437 
Choctaw Indians : How the Choctaws keep Their Word, by W. R. Draper 

(i7/.), W W, IV. Jan, 501 
Cholera : When Cholera came ; Trae Incident of a Christmas Dinner in 

Siam, by John Barrett. McCI, XVI. Dec, 140 
Cholmoncleley, Miss Mary, Novelist : 
Biographical, etc.. by J. E. Hodder Williams (1//.), Bkman, XVIII. May. 

40; Same Article, Bkman A, XII. Sept, 33 
Some Recent Novels of Manners, E R, CXCII. July, 3o8 (XXII. 

Aug, 176) 
"Red Pottage." Hon. Mrs. Alfred Lyttelton on, Nat R, XXXV. 
Mar, 75 , 
Chopin, Frederic Fran9ois, 18x0—1849: 
*' Chopin," by James G. Huneker : 

Isaacs, Lewis M., on, Bkman A, XI. Aug, 536 
Swayne, E., on, Mus, XVIII. May, 33 
Poet and Psychologist, bv James Huneker, Scrib, XXVII. Feb, 194 
Leopold Godowsky's Cnopin Studies, by Adolph Brime, Mut, XVII. 

Feb, 397 
Chopin's Two Nocturnes, Op. ^7; Stories in Music by Miss Eleonore 
d'Esterre-Keeling, OOP, XXII. Dec, 171 
Choral Music, see under Music 

Chorley (Lancashire] Public Library {i//.), Libr W, II. Feb, 319 
Christ in Art, see under Art (Religious) 

Christ, Life and Teaching of, see under Bible and Biblic .1 Criticism 
Christening, see Baptism 
Christian, Princess, 
A Philanthropic Princess, by Mrs. S. A. Tooley {til ),8un 6tr, II. July, 6x 
The Princess Christian Hospital Train, see under Armies (Care of 
Wounded, etc.) 
Christian (Newspaper): Forty Years of the Christian^ by F. A. Mackenzie 

{Ul.), Pur. III. Feb, 114 (XXI. Feb, 148) 
Christian Brothers and Their Educational Work, see under Education 
Christian Endeavour Movement and the Convention of 1900 in 
London : 
Eccles, W., on, P M Q, XXII. Oct, 648 
Evans, Rev. W. Justin, on, Sun H, Oct, 754 
Meyer, Rev. F. B., on (Interview) («//.), Pur, III. May, 397; (///.), Q, 



July, 769 
r, R. 

Willi ms, W. L., on (///.), Sun Str, II. Sept, 3x3 



Pcngelly, R. E., on [ill.). Pur, III. July, 511 
Spurgeon, J. W., on (///.), Sun M, XXIX. July, 448 



Old Sunday-School Man on. Sun H, Oct. 755 

Christian Science, see Psycho-Therapeutics 

Christian Training Colony, Lingfield, Surrey : A Garden of Mercy, 
by Duchess of Sutherland. C R, LXXVII. Mar, 351 (XXI. Mar, 363) 

Christianity, see Church and Christianity 

Christie, Richard Copley, 1830— i;oi : 
Richard Copley Christie (f//.), Libr, I. Mar, 139 

The Christie Library, Owens Collie, Manchester, by W. E. Rho.'es, 
Libr A R, II. Feb, 73 

Christmas : 
Christmas, by George Clarke 'ill.). Sun Str, II. Dec, 603 
Christmas Vibrations, by C. H. A. Bjerregaard, Ideal R, XIII. Dec, 433 
The Great Social Festival, by Dean Farrar {ill.), Q, Dec, 187 
Christmas Customs and Superstitions, by Rev. £. J. Hardy (//A), Q, Dec, 

is8 
A Word for the Waits, by T. Newbigging, Man Q, XIX. Jan, S7 
Puer Parvulus, by Countess Mariinenso-Cesaresco, C R, LXXVII. Jan, 

An Alpine Christmas Play in Piedmont, by E. Martinengo-Cesaresco, A M, 

LXXXVI. Dec, 704 
Vuletide in Mediaeval Times, by N. Rylman, C W, LXXII. Dec, 301 
Christmas in Old London, by Sir Walter Besaot [ill.), C F M, XXXII. 

Dec, 18 (XXII. Dec, 584) 
Christmas on the Mayflower^ by Mrs. Elizabeth Cady Stanton {ill.), 

StN. XXVIII. Dec, 123 
The Pilgrim Father's First Christmas, by Rev. Everett E. Hale, T M, 

V. Dec, 363 
Christmas in Forei^ Lands, by Eliz. T. Nash, Chaut, XXXII. Dec, 343 
Christmas at the Courts of Europe, by Mrs. S. A. Tooley {ill.), L R, IX. 

Dec, 148 
Christmas in Australia, by Helen Jerome {ill.). Universal, II. Dec, 150 
The Queer Christmas Festivities in Mexico, by Mis. L, M. Terry (///.), 

W W, VI. Dec, 218 
Christmas at the Front, by W. B. Wollen (///.), C F M, XXXII. Dec, 

112 
Christmas under .'\rms, by Capt. Neill Malcolm, Black, CLXVUI. Dec, 

880 
Co cerning Christmas Cards {ill.). Sun Str, II. Dec, 709 



Ch rist mas— continued. 
A Chat about Christmas Cards, by Miss Helen Marion Bumside {31.\ 

T M, V, Dec, 365 
Raphael Tuck & Sons ; Interview, by C. H. Lewins (<//.), Lud. XL Dec. 

174 
The ^nraen Who make Christmas Cards, by Mrs. Leily Bingen \iU.\ Y W, 

IX. Dec, izi 

The L. s. d. of Christmas, by H. Macfarlane {diagrams), Lud, XL Dec, 

163 
Christmas Dinner, see under Food 
Christm^ in Art, see under Art (Religious) 

Christmas Birthdays ; Famouf Christmas Boxes, by G. A. Wade («2/.]. 
E I, XXIV. Dec. 338 
Christ's Hospital or Bluecoat School at Horsham, see under 

Education 
Chromo-Xyloi^raphy : On Some Recent Examples of Chromo-Xylogrs])kr, 

by Esther Wood {Ul.), Stu, XXI. Nov, 95 
Chronicles, Books of, see under Bible and Biblical Criticism 
Chronotcope : A T^>e of Pendulum Chronosoope and Apparatus, by 

John A. BergstrOm, Psychol R, VII. Sept, 483 
Cnu-ChuanK : A Chinese Prince to Confucianise Europe, fay J.C.H., 

NewCR, VIIL Aug, no 
Chulkhurtt, Eliza and Mary,— The Biddenden Maids and the Riddesdes 

Charity, by George Clinch {Ul\ Rel, VL Jan, 4a 
Church. Prof. Alfred, 
On Richard Holt Hutton, Critic, XXXVIL Sept. 369 
On His Clerical Recollections {ill.). Sun M, XXIX. Apr, ar?. May, 33', 
June, 410 
Church. Col. Q. E., on "Guatamala and Some Notes on the Andcsi 
Monuments of Central America" by Anne C. Maudslay and Alfred P. 
Maudslay, Q J, XV. Apr, 393 
Church Army : 
The Rev. W. Carlile and the Church Army (///.}, Sun H, Nov. xy 
St. Mary-at-Hill : the Busiest Church in London, by A. Mee (atf.)* T M, 

IV. Apr, 579 
A Sorpliced Army; a Novel Way of filling a Church, by P. Astor {iil.\ 
Harms, V. Aug, 61 
Church and Christianity (see also Articles under Religion, Bible aaJ 
Biblical Critici<im, Religious Education (under Educatioa), CathoHc 
Church, Church of England, Churches of Scotland, Chorch Histrry, 
Holy Communion, Baptism, Prayer, Lent, Easter. Christmas, Inunortalitr, 
Hell. Clergy and Preaching (under Clergy), Church Army. ChristisB 
Endeavour Movement, Sunday Schools, Young Men's Christiaa Assoda- 
tion, Missions, etc. etc.) : 
The Church, by Dr. Daniel T. Fiske, B 8. LVII. Apr, 355 
"The Church Past and Present: a Review of Its History** by Bi«hGp 
Creighton and Others, edited by Rev. H. M. Gwatkin, PriDOpol 
S. D. P. Salmond pn, Crit R, X. Sept, 451 
Dr. Martineaa on the Notes of the Church, by X.Y.Z.. D R, CXXVIL 

Oct. 361 
The Neglect of the Church in History, by Prof. J. H. Robinson, P 8c Q. 

XV. Dec, 667 
Protestantism and Roman Catholicism as Factors in Civilization, by Prat 

George H. Schodde, Mom R, XXXIX. Jan, 17 
"DasVVesen des Christentums" by Prof. Adolph Hamack, Rev. W. 

Morgan on. Ex T, XII. Oct, 33 
** La Morale Chr^iienne " by Prof. A. Gretillat, Rev. A. Halliday Douglas 

on, Crit R, X. July, 307 
**The Fundamental Ideas of Christianity " ; Giflford Leaures, 1899-318(1 
1895-5, by Prof. John Caird : 
Prof. J. Iverach on, Crit R, X. Mar, 146 
Unsigned Article on, Ch Q, LI. Oct, 59 (XXII. Dec, 584) 
"Exploratio Evaneelica ; the Basis and Origin of Christian Belief bf 
Pruf. Percy Gardner. Unsigned Article on. Ch Q, XLIX. Jan, 305 
(XXI. Feb, 151) 
*' Christian Mysticism.'* Bampton Lectures, 1899, by W. R. Inge, Unsipied 

Article on, Ch Q, XLIX. Jan, 333 (XXI. Feb. 151) 
The Greek Mysteries : a Preparation for Christianity, by Dr. Paul Csns 

{Ul.), Mon, XL Oct, 87 
The Anglican Crisis and ChiuxJi Unity, by Prof. Charles A. Brises, N A R 

CLXX. Tan, 87 (XXI. Feb, 157) 
The Church for the Tinies, by Dr. E. H. Dewart, Horn R, XL. No?. 

408 
Christianity at the Grave of the Nineteenth Century, by Fredenf 

Harrison, N A R, CLXXI. Dec, 817 
The Outlook of Christendom at the Close of the Century, by Dr. H. K. 

Carroll, Hom R, XL. Aug. 99 
End-of-the-Century Hope, by Prof. Henry W. Parker, Hom R, XL 

Dec, 500 
A Century of Church Methods, by J. H. Ecob, Harp, XL. Aug. 441 
A Century's Work for God, by Rev. Charles Herbert {Ul.\ Q, Dec, 180 
The Call of the New Century, by Rev. P. T. Forsyth [ill.). Sun H, Dec,^ 

(XXII. Dec, 554) 
The Twentieth Century Thank-Oflering Movement, by Stephen J. Herbes. 

Chaut, XXXI. Apr. 16 
The Church and the Social Question, see under Socialism 
Imperii i ism and Christianity, by Dean Farrar, N A R, CLXXI. Sept. sSy 

(XXII. Oct, 384) 
The Churches and the War in South Africa, see under Africa 
The Keswick Convention, 19CO, by George Clarke (£/.), Sun 6tr, 

11. Aug, 133 
The Keswick 1 caching in Its Bearing on Effective Gospel Preaching. ^ 

Dr. Arthur T. Picrson, Horn R, XL. Nov, 397 
Christ as the Essence of the Preacher's Message, by Dr. Joseph Psrker, 
Hom R, XL. Sept, 195 



Church and Christianity.— Continue 1. 



PERIODICALS OF 1900. 



61 



Church of England. 



Church and Christianity— cootinued. 

The Christian Instinct, by Dr. E. Fitch Burr, Horn R, XL. Nov, 393 
Mind and Cerebration, by Dr. Alex. Wilder, Ideal R, XIII. Dec, 375 
Competence of Imagiaation to serve the Truth, by E. H. Johnson, B 8, 

LVII. Oct, 6a9 
Psychology and ChriKtianity, bv Prof. James Iverach, L Q, III. Apr, 970 
The Christian Ideal, by Rev. CWles A. Allen, New W, IX. June. 946 
Religion and the Larger Uni>erse, by James T. Bixby, New W, IX. June, 

985 
Some Lights and Shades in Modem Christendom, by H. Yooll, P M Q, 

XXII. Jan, 69 
The Ideals of Christian Education, by Dr. J. H. Barrows, B 8, LVII. July, 

Practicable Idealism ; an Essay towards a Philosophy of Optimism, by 

Aithur Boutwood, L Q, IV. Oct, 397 
The Social Aspects of Christianity, by M. Johnson, P M Q, XXII. July, 

50X 
The Bible in the Life, Thought, and Homes of the People, by Dr. B. F. 

de Costa, C W. LXXI. Sent, 751 
Modern Theology in Its Relation to Personal Piety and Christian Work, 

by Prof. Hugh M. Scott, B 8, LVII. Jan, i 
Personal Righteousness, by Dr. Philip S. Moxom, B 8, LVII. Jan, 54 
Religion as a Personal Relation, by Prof. H. C. King, B8, LVII. July, 

55 ^, Oct, 793 
Sacnifice in Ancient Ritual »nd in Christian Sacrament, by Rev. E. P. 

Boys- Smith, Ex T, XL Jan, x8^ 
**Grundris8 der Dogmengeschichte " by Prof. A. Dorr.er, Dr. James 

Lindsay on, Crit R, X. Mar, i v> 
After Orthodoxy, What ? by Dr. Minot T. Savage, N A R, CLXX. Apr, 5^5 
The Two Orthodoxies, by Rev. Chsries A. S. Dwight, Horn R, XL. 

Sept, iqg 
The Lo^ic of Non-Dogmatic Christianity, by W. H. Mallock, F R, 

LXVII. Feb. 973 
The Scientific Method in Theology, by Prof. F. S. Hoffman, N A R, CLXX. 

Apr, 575 
A Tyranny of Words, by Rev. S. E. Hickox, In Ch Q. XI 1. Jan, 38 
The Appeal to Reason, by Rev. J. E. S.igebeer, B 8, LVII. Oct, 709 
The Logical Position, by £. G. Ward, Univ, XII. 944 
Liberty and Authority in Religion, by Dr. J. B. Remensnyder, Horn R, XL. 

Aug. I90 

The Final Seat of Authority, by C. Penrhyn Gasquoine, W R, CLIII. 

June, 6<,o 
St. Paul and Apostolic Succession, by Rev. W. Weber, Mon, X. July, 

501 
''Through Nature to God " by John Fiske, B. Haddon on, P M Q, XXII. 

Jan, 49 
The Doctrines of Grace, by " Ian Maclaren," Ex, I. Jan, 53, Feb, 81, Apr, 

96a, May, 347 : H. July, 37, Aug, 106, Sept, 180 
The Nature of Holiness, by Archdeacoa Diggle, Ex, I. May, 366 
Mercy, by Dr. James Wells, Ex T, XI. June, 409, July, 459, Sept, 539 
The Heathen and Future Probation, by Rev. John C. Lambert, Ex T, XI. 

Mar, 947 
Recent Evangelistic Methods, by Wilson Batrett, P M Q, XXII. Apr, 319 
Tlie Making anu Decaying of the Creed, by Rev. Henry Frank, Ideal R, 

XII. June, 161 ; XIII. July, 18, Aug, 99, Sept, 185, C)ct. 250 
What is the Apostles' Creed? by W. E. C. Wright, B 8, LVII. Apr, 577 
The Old Latin Text of Our Nicene Creed, by Rev. A. E. Burn, J Theol 8, 

II. Oct, 109 

The Resurrection of the Lcrd Jesus the Central Fact in Chrisiisnity, by 

President H. G. Weston, B 8. LVII. Oct. 696 
The Belief in the Resurrection of lesus and Its Permanent Significance, by 

Pi of P. SchwartzkopfT, Mon, XI. Oct, i 
The Crucifixion and the War in the Creation, by Rev. W. W. Peyton, C R, 

LXXVIII. Oct, 519 (XXII. Oct, 379), Dec, 835 (XXIL Dec, 573) 
Can We see Any Preparation for the Second Advent ? by Mrs. Agues S. 

Lewis, L Q, IV. July, 89 
Maran Atha; the Second Coming of Our Lord, by Prof. George G. 

Findlay, Ex T, XII. Dec, 103 
What keens Our Churches half empty ? by Prof. R. Seymour Conway, 

Pur. Hi. Oct, 8x9 
How We spend Sunday, by John Pendleton, T M, V. Oct, 67 
The Delusion of Pastoral visitation, by Rev. H. W. Horwill, Pur, III. 

Apr, 309, June, 438 
Priesthood, by Major C. B. Mavne, In Ch Q, XII. July, 961 
What Women have done for Christianity, by Mrs. Hugh Price Hughes, 

Pur, III. Sept, 699 
The Church and Woman ; a Christian Handicap, by Eliz. Starr-Martin, A, 

XXIV. Nov. 5«5 
The Croydon Young Fclks' Church Conference, by Bbhop John H. Vincent, 

Horn R, XL. Nov, 387 
Symbolo-Fideisme, by Prof. A. C. Zenos, P R R, XL July, 397 
The Seal of Christ, by Dr. Paul Cams •(//.], O C, XIV. Apr. 999 
Signets, Badges, and Medals, by Dr. Paul Cams (<//.), O C, XIV. May, 984 
Buddhism and Christianity; Unity of Separated Peoples, by Austin 

Bierbower, A A, IV. Dec, 493 
Training for the Church, Theological Seminaries, etc., see under Clergy 
Rev. P. K. Power and "Ihe OUed Feather," by C. H. In\in {£//.), Sun H, 

Mar, 317 
Wireless Telesraphy in the Spiritual World ; Symposium (r?/.), Pur, III. 

Oci, 761 {XXII. Oct, 371) 
Dr. Johnson as a Writer of Prayers, by Rev. J. Burns, Pur, III. Aug, 651 
Prayers on the Battlefield, by Kev. E. J. Hardy !<//.), Q, Mar, 385 
Sunday Observance, etc., in the Army, see under Armies 
Sunday on a Man-o'-War. by F. Dolman (xV/.), Bun 8tr, II. Oct, 456 
Strange Prison Services, by Charles Look (iV/.), Q, Feb, 390 



Church and Chrittlanity— continued. 
Tlie Electrophone ; Sermons and Hymns by Wire {til.). Bun 8tr, I. Feb, 

934 
Australia and Its Religions, by Rev. John Murphy, Ir E R, VII. Jan, 69 
Some Strange Preaclung Places in Australia, by an Australian Pioneer 

Minister, oun M, XXIX. Jan, 44 
Christianity in China, by Prof. F. Max Mullcr, N C, XLVIII. Ncv, 73c 

(XXII. Nov, 475) 
Religious JoumaJism, see under Journalism 
Religious Art, see under Art 

•' The Pilgrim's Progress," see under Bunyan (John) ) 
Passion Plays, see Passion Plays 

The Passion Play at Oberammergau, see Oberammergau 
Mystery Plays, see Mystery Plays 
Religious Symbolbm, see Symbolism, etc. 
Church of England : 
The Ritualistic Controversy, etc. : 

The Crisis in the Church of England, by Rev. H. G. Ganns, C W, LXX. 

The I ambeth Decision and the Law, by Canon Malcolm MacColl, F R, 

LXVII. Feb, 994 (XXI. Feb, 153): Reply to (Letter), by I. T. 

Dibdin. F R, l.XVII. Mar, 524 ; and Rejoinder (Letter;, by Canon 

MacColl, F R. LXVII. Apr, 717 

Is there still a Crisis in the Church? by H. C. Ganrod, New C R, VIII. 

Aug, 155 
The Anglican Crisis and Church Unity, by Prof. Charles A. Briggs, 

N A R, CLXX. Jan, 87 (XXI. Feb, 157) 
The Deeper Issue in the Ritualistic Controversy in the Church of Elngland, 

by Rev. K. C. Anderson. New W. IX. |une, 9ot 
The Prospects of Anglicanism, by Dr. W. F. Cobb, N C, XLVII. June, 

^50 (XaI. Tune, 578) 
Ruualism and the General Election, by Lady Wimborne, N C, X LVII I. 

Oct, 536 
Far-Reaching Consequences, by S. E. Hickox, In Ch Q, XII. Apr, x6x 
Mediaeval Ceremonial, Ch Q, aLIX. Jan, 399 
National Churches and Catholic Christianity, by Z. T. Cope, In Ch Q, 

XII. July, 939 
Erastus snd Erastianism, by Rev. J. Neville Figgis, J Theol 8, II. 
Oct, 66 
" Roman Canon Law in the Church of England " by Prof. F. W. Maitland, 

Dr. J. Hopwood on, D R, CXXVI. Jan, 67 
Archbishop Laud on Apostolical Succession, by T.L., M, XCVI. Sept, 

267 
Tiihe pnd lis Fating, by Montague Barlow, Econ J, X. Mar, 39 
What would Disestablishment do ? by J. Carveil Williams, Pur, III. Feb, 

130 (XXI. Feb. 148) 
Ihe Disesiablished Bishoprics, Qeneal M, IV. Oct, 945 
On Some Liberal Movements of the I^st Half-Century, by Prof. Lewis 

Campbell. F R, LXVII. Mar, 497 (XXI. Mar. 965) 
Is the Broad Church Pprty extinct? by Canon Page Roberts, Nat R, 

XXXV. Aug, 10Z7 (XXIt. Aug, 174) 
"The English Church from Its Fotmdation to the Norman Conquest" 
by Rev. W. Hunt. Rev. J. H. WUkinson tn, Crit R, X. Mar, 
107 
"Undercurrents of Church Life in the Eighteenth Century" edited by 



T. T. Cj-rter, Unsigned Article on, Ch Q, XLIX. Jan, 360 
Short History of the Church in Great Brit 
Robert S. Rait on, Crit R, X. May, 195 



n, 300 
. W. H. 



Hutton, 



" A Popular History of the Church of England " by Bishop Boyd Carpenter, 

Unsigned Article on, Ch Q, L. July, 385 
" Church and Faith ; Essays on the Teaching of the Church of England" : 

A Protestant Manifesto, by Prof. J. S. Bank?, LQ, HI. J:in, 91 (XXI. 

Feb, 151) 
Edwardine Vernacular Services before the First Prayer-Book, by Rev. W. H. 

Frere. J Theol 8, I. Jan, 999 
"T%e History of the Book of Common Prayer" by Bev. Leighton Pullan, 

Unsigned Article on, Ch Q. L. July, ^95 
The Frayer-Book as a Rule cf Life, Ch Q, XLIX. Jan, 999 (XXI. Feb, 

151) 
Pius IV. and the English Church Service, by Prof. F. W. Maithind, E H, 

XV. July, 530 

Our Alms and Oblations, by Bishop J. Dowden, J Theol 8, I. Apr, 391 

Recent Pronouncements, Ch Q, XLIX. Jan, 468 

Holy Communion, see Holy Communion 

The Old Latin lext of Our Nicene Creed, by Rev. A. E. Burn, J Theol 8, 

II. Oct, XC9 

What is the Apostles' Creed? by W. E. C. Wright, B 8, LVII. Apr, 377 

Music in the Church of Engliuid, see under Music 

The Logic of Non-Dogmatic Christianity, by W. H. Mallock, F R, LXVII. 

Feb. 973 
Churchmen, Scholars, and Gentlemen, Q R, CXCI. Apr, 415 (XXI. May, 

479) 
On Anglican Convents, by I.S., A C Q, XXV. Jan, 47 

Church Missionary Society, see under Missions (Foreign) 

The Anglican Church in India, see under India 

Churchmen in the Liberal Party, by H. C. Garrod, W R, CLIV. Nov, 519 

(XXII. Nov, 476) 
The Church of England and the Education Question, see under Education 
Keligio Laici, by kev. H. C. Bceching, M R, I Nov, Sj 
The Church of England and Social Problems, by Dean Farrar, T M, IV. 

Mar, 492 
The Church and the Poor-Law, by J. Eraser Cornish, Mac, LXXXII. 

May, 94 (XXI. May. 463) 
The Church of I'ngland Waifs and Strays Society ; Inter\'iew with Pev. E. 

de M. Rudolf, by C.B.A. (>//.), 8un 8tr, II. Oct, 449 



62 



INDEX TO THE 



Church op England. — Continued. 



Ch UKCH B^. —Continued. 



Church of Encland — continued. 
Church Parade in the Army, by Royal Artillcr^r, Nat R, XXXVI. J?ept, 63 

(XXII. Sept, 376) ; and Reply to, by Major C. B. Mayne, Nat R, 

XXXVI. Dec, 5x7 (XXII. Dec, ^70) 
The Church Parade Service, by Major C. B. Mayne, In Ch Q, XII. Oct, 

36 X 
A Sunday at Aldershot, by C. H. Irwin {ill.). Sun H, Apr, 357 
Tommy Atkins at Church, by an Ex-Anny Chaplain (iU.), Q. Aug, 865 
Campaigning Chaplains, by Kev. £. J. Hardy [iii.\ P M, JX Apr, 447 
Chaplains on the Field, by Rev. E. J. H.rdy, Sun M, XXIX. Mar, 

171 
Buried with Military Honours, by F. J. Crowest, Sun M, XXIX. Apr, 

251 
Sunday on a Mnn-o'-War, by F. Dolman (fV/.), Sun Str, II. Oct. 456 
Some Great Preachers in the English Church, by Rev. A. R. Buckland 

(i//.), Pur, III. Mar, X77 
Some Clerical Recollections, by Prof. A. Church (<V/.), Sun M, XXIX. 

Apr, 917, May, 331, June. 410 
The Mitre of an Archbishop, by A. C. Fox-Davies {ill.), Qeneal M, IV. 

June, 4a 
The Mitre of a Bishop, Qeneal M, IV. Nov, 301 
The Anglican Church in Innia, see under India 
Anglican Divines noticed, «ee 

Benson (Archbishop), Maclagan( Archbishop), Ryle (Bishop) of 

Browne (Bishop), Mitman (Dean], Liverpool), 

Lreighton (Bisnop), Morris (Archdeacon), Temple (Archbishop), 

Duniford (Kishop), Percival (Bishop), Westcott (Bishop), etc. 

Grosseteste (Bishop), Pusey (Dr. E. B), 
Church History (see also Articles under Catholic Church, Jews and Judaism, 

Bible and Biblical Criiicism, etc.) : 
The Church in the Roman Empire (see also Articles on the Acts of the 
Apofitles, etc. (under Bible and Biblical Criticism) ) : 

Ritual in the Reign of Maximin, by Rev. Joseph Rickaby, ACQ, 
XXV. July, 437 

The Roman Council under Damasus, a.d. 382; Latin Lists of the 
Canonical Books, by C. H. Turner, J Theol S, I. July, 554 

The Vvdjuai of the Synod of Nicaea, by Prof. H. Achelis, J Theol S, 

II. Oct, 1 21 

Noble Christian Families in Rome under the Pagan Emperors, by Mgr. 

Campbell. D R, CXXVI. Apr, 356 
Virgins consecrated to Gnd in Rome during the First Centuries, by Mgr. 



J. A. Campbell. A C Q.. XXV. Oct. 706 



kn-Hur " by Gen. L. Wallace, see under Wallace (Gen. L.) 
The C61e D6 or Culdeci; a Study 00 the Origins of the Early British 

Church, by Mrs. Hooper, Theos R, XXVII. Nov, 246, Dec, 314 
Ludan and Celsus : "Unto the Greeks Foolishness"; a Study in Early 

Apologetic, by Rev. David Smith. Ex, II. Oct. 30a 
" Ori.en and Celsus " by Prof. P. Koetschau, Rev. P. Mordaunt Barnard 

on, J Theol 8. I. Apr. 455 
Origen and Novatian; the New Tractatns Origenis, by Dom Butler, 

J Theol S, II. Oct, ZX3 
Giovanni Mercati on Cyprian and Iienaeus, by C. H. Turner, J Theol S, 

II. Oct. 143 
" Die ChroDulogie der Altchnstlichen Litteratur bis Eusebius," by Prof. 
A. Harnack : The Early Episcopal Lists, by C. H. Turner, J Theol S, 
I. Jan, 181 
Eusebiui and the Jerusalem Episcopal List, by C. H. TurDer, J Theol S, 

I. July, 529 

Eusebius of VercelU, by Rev. A. E. Bum, J Theol S, I. July, 59« 
Memorials of the Preaching of St. Jerome, by Kev. A. E. Bum, Ex, II. 

Sept, Z94 
The Sacramentary of Serapion of llimius, by Rev. F. E. Brightman, 

J Theol 8. I. Jan, 247 
Penitential Discipline iu the Early Church, by Very Rev. John Hogan, 

ACQ, XXV. luly. 4r7 
Greek Catenae of the Old Testament, Ch Q, L. Apr, 29 
The Old L:«tin Text of Our Nicene Creed, by Rev. A. E. Burn, J Theol S, 

II. Oct, t02 

The Gospels in the Early Church, by Rev. J. MacRory, Ir E R, VII. Apr, 

357, May, 425: VIII. July, 47 
Beatification of Eastern Martyrs; Latin Text, Ir E R, VIII. Nov, 463 
Saints, see Saints 
Church Music, see under Music 
Church Quarterly Review : Twenty-Five Years of the Chutck Quarterly 

Review, Ch Q, L July, a6s (XXII. Aug, 185) 
Church of Rome, see Catholic Church 
Church and the Social Question, see under Sociology 
Churcher, David Q., on an Episode of the Indian Mutiny, Black, CLXVII. 

May, 615 
Churches (see also Articles under Monasteries, etc.) : 

'•A History of Gothic Art in England " by Edward S. Prior : The Modern 
Studv of Gothic Architecture, by Paul Waterbouse, M R, I. Nov, 98 
(XXII. Nov, 480) 
•* Studies in Church Dedications, or England's Patron Saints" by France* 
Arnold- Forster, Unsigned Article on, Ch Q, I« July, 370 (XXII. 
Aug. 173) 
The World's Cathedrals in Miniature, by A. H. Broadwell ;«//.), Str, XX. 

July, 41 
Characteristic Church Towers of English Counties, by H. W. Brewer (///.), 
OOP, XXI. Jan, 268, Feb, 316, Mar, 3S4, Apr, 445, May, 50S, June, 
564, July, 637, .Auk, 708, Sept, 781 
Church Art, by C. (///.), Artist, XXVII. Apr, 421 
Church Art and the Church Congress, by Rev. H. R. Haweis {ill.), M Art, 

XXIV. Jan 132 
Tombs iu churches, etc., see Tombs, etc. 



Chu rches— continued. 
Brasses, see Brasses 
Curiosities of and in Ow Ancient Churches, by Henry Philibert Feasejr 

(fV/.), Ant, XXVI. Jan, aa, Apr, 115 
Heart-Burials in Our Ancient Churches, by Sarah Wilson, C J, III. Dec, 

824 
Churches by the Sea, by F. L. B. Griggs {ill.). Arch Rev, VIII. Aug, 6q 
Churches with Streets through Them, by G. A. Wade («&.), T M, IV. 

May, 674 
Open-Air Pulpits and Preaching; Interview with Canon Robinson, by J. 

Alexander {ill.), T M, IV. lune, 739 
Native-Huilt Churches (for Missions}, by F. M. Holmes («//.), Q, July, !» 

(XXIL July. 49) 
Home-MAde Places of Worship, by G. A. Wade {///.}, T M. IV. Sept. xoio 
Mosaues. see under Mahomedanism 
Lonoon : 
Westminster Abbey : 
Military Heroes at Westminster Abbey, by £. T. Bradley {iU.\ P M M, 

XX. Jan, 13. Feb, 237 
Margaret Ekaufort, Countess of Richmond and Derby, and Marnsct 
Douglas, Countess of Lennox ; Two Noble Dames buried in West- 
minster Abbey, by £. T. Bradley, Lipp, LXV. Mar, 427 
Westminster Abbey and a Proposed Academy of the Dead, by WiUian 

Archer, M R, I. Dec, 118 (XXII. Dec. 574) 
Poem on Westminster Abbey, by Oueen of Roumania, with Tranda- 
don by Arthur Waugh, N C, XLvII. Apr, 61 a (XXI. Apr» 370) 
St. Margaret's, Westminster; the M.P.'s Church, by A. W. Mycn 

{til.). Sun H, Aug, 637 
St. Paul's Cathedral : 
St. Paul's, by L. A. Corbeille {ill.). Dome, VI. Mar, \ha 
An Apology for St. Paul's Cathedral, by Canon Scott HoUaod, St Q, 

III. Oct, 179 
The Decoration of St. Paul's by Sir W. B. Richmond, Miss Minsa 

Gray on {ill.). Art J, XVI. Apr, 99 
Dr. Johnson's Monument in St. Paul's Cathedral, by E. £. Mocris, 

Long. XXXVI. May, 3a 
Father Smith's Organ in St. Paul's Cathedral (///.), Mus T, XU. 

Dec, 704 
London ^om the '* Golden Gallery " of St. Paul's, by W. B. Northrop 
(j//.). L H, XLVIII. Feb. 309 
St. Stephen's, Walbrook : Wren's Finest Parish Church, by H. C 
Shelley {ill.), N E M, XXII. July, 604; Same Article {ill.). Can M. 
XV. Tuly, 227 
Provincial : 
The Old and New Churches of St Michael, Barton-le-Street» Vorkslare, 

by J. Charles Cox {ill.), Rel. VI. Oct. 21^ 
Fenny Bentley Church ; a Church in the Peak of Derbyshire, by Rer. 

R. K. Bolton [ill.), Rel, VI. Apr, 80 
Blickliog Church, by Ernest Radford {Ul.), Arch Rev, VIII. Oct. 

178 
Boston Church, Lincolnshire, by Rev. John Co'eman {ill.). Q, Jan, 224 
English History in Canterbury Cathedral, by Marshall S. Snow(ii^'.. 

Can M, XIV. Jan, 25a 
Some South Devon Pulpits, by E. F. Strange (///.), Arch Rev. VIL 

Feb, 67 
Dunstable Priorv Church; a Case of Restoration, by Eiwin Gunn (£/. , 

Arch Rev. VIII. Aug, S3 
Durham Cathedral, by Rev. Hugh Pope ;///.). C W, LXXII. Oct. l^ 
All Saints and St. Lawrence, F.vesham ; Two Churches in One Chwdi 

yard, by Charlotte Mason {ill.), Lud, X. July. 798 
Fotheringhay Church, by Frances J. Erskine {ill.). Arch Rev, VII. 

Feb. 60 
Rev. John Escreet and His Church at Hampstead, Essex : a Qenol 

Artist in Wood, by F. A. Jones {ill.). Royal, IV. May, 51 
An Old Wooden Chest at St. Oswald's, Hooe, Battle, Sussex, by J. J. 

Newport {ill.). Ant. XXXVI. July. 208 
Frescoes in Little Kimble Church, Bucks, {ill.). Ant, XXXVI. SqU 

279 
The Font of Lenton Priory, Notts., by George Bailey {iU.), Ant, 

XXXVI. May, 146 
Lichfield Cathedral, by Rev. Charles Bodington (///.), Sun M, XXIX. 

Apr, 221. May, 334 
Lichfield Cathedral ; a Case of Restoration, by G. Trobrid^e, Arch Rev, 

VII. Feb, 58 
The Romance of Lincoln Minster, by A. Winter (r7/.), T M, IV. Jaljr, 

883 . 

Some Monmouthshire Sketches, by J. Russell Larkby {HI,), Rel, VL 

July, 145 
The Private Chapel of Hartwell D. Grissell at No. 60, High Sncet, 

Oxford {ill.), St P, IV. Feb, 451 
Rotmd about Padstow, Cornwall, by Rev. S. Barber {ill.), Rel, VL Jnl;, 

182 
Peterborough the Proud, by Wm. A. Pite {ill.). Arch Rev, VIII. Dec, 

264 
Rochester Cathedral, by Canon Benham {ill.), Q W, LXI. Nov, 757. 

Dec, 8:^5 
On a "Trinita" in Old Painted Gbss in Rodmell Church, Sosssx^by 

W. Heneage Legge (///.), Ant, XXXVI. July, aoi 
Notes on St. Mary Cray Church, Kent, by J. Russell Larkby {iU.), Ant, 

XXXVI. Nov, 330 
St. Paul's Crav, Kent, by J. Russell Larkby {ill.). Ant, XXXVI. Fd), 4* 
Salisbury Cathedral : The Will of Nichobs Longespee, Bishop «' 

Sali.Hbury, bv A. R. Maiden, E H, XV. July, 523 
The Brass of Sir John Leventhorpe in Sawteidgeworth Chnrdi, bf 

Lawreace Marsh {ill.), Qeneal M, III. Apr, 550 



i 



Churches. — Continusd. 



PERIODICALS OF 1900. 



Clarke, Sir Ernest. 



63 



Churches— omtinied. 
Provincial— continued. 

A Chat about Somereetshire Chnrchss, by Glenavon (&f/.)»'Lud, X. 

July, 267 
Bench-Ends in Somersetshire Churches, by J. Henwood Blarney (iV/.}, 

8tu, XX. Sept, 336 
The Brass of Marg:)ret, Lady Camoys, in Trotton Church, by Lawrence 

Marsh («f/.), Qaneal M, IIL Apr, 549 
The Brasses of Thomas Lord Camoys, and Elizabeth His Lady in Trotton 

Church (1//.). Qoneai M, IV. June, 50 
The New Chapel at Tunbridge {$//.), P 8 M, VL Oct, 974 
Winchester Caihedral, by W. H. Golding (///.), Q T, V. Feb, 389 
English Hbtoryin Winchester Cathedral, by Marshall S. Snow (iii.), 

N E M. XXn. Mar, 33 
Scotland : 

Si. Magnus. KirkwaU, Orkney, by A. S. Dixon (itf.), Arch Rev, VIII. 

Nov, 996 
The Church of St. Ewan at Barman, Nairnshire, by H. M. Young (i//.), 

Rel, VI. Jan, 47 
Ireland : 

Armagh ; the Primatial See and Its Cathedral, by Rev. Ambrose Coleman, 

Ir E R, VII. Mar, 193 
St. Savk>ur's Chapel. New Ross ; a Forgotten Chantry, by John B. 

Ctillen, Ir E R, VIII. Sept, 243: and Reply to, by W. H. Grattan 

Flood, Ir E R, VIIL Oct, 371 
^^rance * 
AIbi Cathedral, by H. C Corlette (s//.), Arch Rev, VIIL Nov, 

9C9 

The Church of the Sacred Heart, Paris ; a Nation's Repentance, by Ada 
Cone (i//.). Sun Str, IL Nov, 515 
Italy: 

*-The Cathedral Builders; the Story of a Great Masonic Guild" by 
Leader Scott : 
Paul Waterhouse on (The Modem Study of Gothic Architecture), 

M R, I. Nov, 98 (XXI I. Nov, 480) 
Unsigned Article on (t//.). Ant, XXXVI. Oct, 306 
Art before Giotto, by Koser E. Fry ({?/.)> M R, I. Oct, x«6 
Giotto and the Church of S. Francesco at Assist, by Roger E. Fry ((//.)i 

M R, I. Dec, Z39 
Two Windows in the Cathedral at Florence, by Allan Marquand (iV/.), 

A J Archseol, IV. June, roe 
Florence Cathedral and Its New Bronze Doors by A. Passaglia and G. 
Cassioli : 
Evajis, A. R., on (a7.). Art J, XVI. May, 150 
Scott. Leader, on (i//.), M Art, XXIV. Aug, 47s 
The Paintings of Fra Angelico in the Chapel of Nicholas V., Vatican, by 

Addison McLeod (f//.). Art J, XVI. July, 304 
St. Peter's ; Notes of a Visit to Rome, by J. B. CiiUen, Ir E R, VII. 

Apr, 331 

"St. Peter in Rome, and His Tomb on the Vatican Hill" by Father 

Arthur S. Barnes, Rev. Herbert Thurston on, M, XCV. Apr, 40a ; 

Repl^ to, by Father A. S. Barnes, M, XCV. May, 5x1; and 

Rejomder, by Rev. Herbert Thurston, M, XCV. May, 5x9 

The Chapel of St. Peter the Martyr in the Cathedral of S. Eustorgio, 

Mikn, by A. Melani (i//.). Arch Rev. VIIL July, 35 
An Early Christian Chancel at Roaciolo, by Lesider Soott (<//.}, Rel, 
VI. Oct, »30 
Some Examples of Spanish Wood-Carving, by E. Wilson (i^.), Cos, XXX. 

Dec, 169 
The Churches of Famagousta, Cyprus, by Alfred Harvey (a^/.}. Ant, 

XXXVI. May, 136 
Chtirches in Inaia, see under India 
United States : 

The Church on the Lenox Hilltop, and round about It, by Frederick 

Lvnch (f//.)> N E M, XXII I. Oct, loa 
A Church on Wheels in Conanicut Island, by A. Inkersley (»V.), W W, 
VI. Nov, ia8 
Churches of Scotland : 
The Ecclesiastical Situation in Scotland, Black, CLXVIII. Oct, 585 

(XXII. Oct, 386) 
The Union of the Free Church of Scothind and the United Presbyterian 
Chta-chj^by,— 

Oct, axa 



Denney, Prof. James, L Q, IV. Oct, 
Orr, Prof. James, L Q, IV. Oct, 193 



The Scottish United Presbyterian Synod, by Prof. James Orr, P R R, XI . 
Oct, 66x 

The General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland : 
Buchanan, R., on, P R R, XL Oct, 654 
Walker, Dr. Norman L., on, P R R, XL Oct, 658 

A Highland Communion, by J. Macleay, T M, V. Nov, ra7 
Churchiirs (Winston Spencer) " River War," see under Egypt and the 

Sondan 
Chute at Earl's Court, W. B. Robertson on (1?/.), C F M, XXXI. Sept, 

430 
Cicero, xo6 — 43 b.c. : The Conspiracy of Catiline, 63 B.C., by W. B. 

WaUace, U 8 M, CXLII. Aug. 528 
Cinematograph, see tmder Photography 
Cinerary Urns of the Bronze Age, see tmder ArchxoloKy 
Cinque Ports by Ford Madox Hueffer, Unsigned Article on. Black, 

CLXVIIL Nov, 7xt 
Ciphers, by G. E. Moysey. Q M, CCLXXXIX. Oct, 365 
Circaseia, see under Russia 
Circeo, Monteo, and the CIrcean Lesend, by Alicia C. Taylor (i/^.), 

Art J. XVL Aug, 240 
Circle-Squaring, by J.R.H., T B, CXX. Aug, 553 



Circuses : 
Lord George Sanger and His Ore is, by W. Sidebotham (i//.), Capt. IIL 

May, 99 
On the Road with the Big Show, by Charles T. Murray (f7/.), Cos, XXIX. 
June, XI 5 
Cistercians and Trappists, see under Monasteries 
Citizen Soldiers, see Volunteers 

Citizenship, Civic Duty, see tmder Municipal Government 
City of the Devil— Montpellier-le-Vieux, France, by Charles Edwardes, 

T B, CXIX. Feb, 199 
City Qovernment, see Municipal Government 

City Life and the Poor in Qreat Cities, see Condition of the People, etc 
Civil Service : 
A Proposed Association for promoting Administrative Reform, N C, 

XLVIII. July, X (XXII. July, S3), Aug, X73 (XXII. Aug, 150) 
The Administrative Reform Association ; List of Members, N C, XLVIII. 

Nov. 857 
Administrative Reform in the Public Service, by P. Lyttelton Gell, N C, 
XLVIII. July, 4a (XXII. July, 67); and Reply to, by Sir Algernon 
West, N C, XLVIII. Oct, 635 (XXII. Oct, 370) 
Ordinary Business Principles ; Symposium, N C, XLVIII. Aug, 184 
'* Business Principles " in the Public Service, by EJmtmd Robertson, N C, 

XLVIII. Sept, 34s (XXII. Sept, 378) 
Administrative Reform, by W. E. Snell, W R, CLIV. Nov, 504 (XXII. 

Nov, 476) 
Women Uerkships in the CivU Service, by a CivU Servant, OOP, XXII. 

Oct, 3 
The Cape Civil Service Pension Fund, Bank, LXIX. Jan, 24 x 
The Colonial Civil Servics, see under Colonies 
Civil Service in India, see under India 
Qvil Service in the United States, see under United States 
Civil War of America, z86x-i8d5 : 
The Virginia Secession Convention of 1861, by John Goode, Cons R, IIL 

Mar, 75 
The Chickamauga Crisis, X863, by Major-Gen. Jacob D. Cox, Scrib, 

XXVIII. Sept, 336 
The Hampton Roads Conference, Feb. 3, 1865, by John Goode, F, XXIX 

Mar, 92 
The Sherman- Johnston Convention, 1865, by Majar-Gen. Jacob D. Cox, 

Scrib, XXVIII. Oct, 48) 
The Sloop-of-War IVatHpanoagTy 1868. by Com. B. F. Isherwood [ili.), 

Cas M, XVIIL Aug, a82 (XXII. Sept, 384}, S^pt, ^03 
General Nathan Bedford Forrest; a Rupert from tne South, by Percy 

Cross Standing, U S M, CXLIIL Oct, 41 
Recollections of Gen. Robert E. Les, by Robert E. Lee, Jr. {til.), Fr L, 

L. Aug. 399, Sept, 51a, Oct, 604 
The Story of a Paroled Prisoner, by W. F. Prosser, O M, XXXV. May, 

The War in South Africa and the American Qvil War, by Spenser 
Wilkinson, C R, LXXVIL June, 793 (XXI. June, 547) 5 Same Article, 
Bkman A, XL Tune, 366 
An American Parallel to the Present Campaign, by Major E. S. Valentme, 

F R, LXVIL Apr, 660 (XXI. Apr, 347) 
The Confederate Congress, x86x — 1865, by John Goode, Cons R, IV. 

Sept, 97 
Last Dajrs of the Confederate Government, from Papers by Stephen R. 

Mallory (^/.), McCI, XVI. Dec, 99 
The Slave Trade of the United States, see Slave Trade 
Decoration Day, by Atistin Lewis, O M, XXXV. May, 44a 
The Souvenir Factory at Chattanooga ; When Cotton was King, by Eva V. 
Carlin (i//.), O M, XXXVI. July, 13 
Civilization, see under Sociology 
Clairvoyance, see under Psychical Research 
Clara, St., died 1337, Rev. S. Baring-Gould on (i//.), Q R, III. Dec, 

X77 
Claremont, Leopold, and Qems, by T. C. Hepworth («?/.}, P M M, X.X. 

Feb, xSa 
Clark, Champ,— The Man and His District in Missouri, by T. 

Dreiser {iilX Ainslee, V. June, 425 
Clark, Dr. Francis E., ^ 
Dr. Clark and the Christian Endeavotir Movement, see Christian Elndeavotu: 

Movement 
On the Crisis in China ; the Empire of the Dead, N A R, CLXXL Sept, 

375 
Clark, Dr. Qavin B., on British Policy towards the Boers, F, XXIX. May, 

263 (XXI. June, 545) 
Clark, Robert, Missionary, died xgoo. Symposium on, Ch Mis I, LI. 

J«lyi 5" 3. Oct, 748, Nov, 829 
Clark, William A., and the Clark-Daly Feud (i//,), Ainslee, V, Mar, 

99 
Clark Standard Cell ; Hermetically Sealed Type, by H. T. Barnei 

(<//.), Phys R, X. June, 368 
Clarke, Dean, Poem by,~" Martyrs to Truth," H, XVII. Aug, 134 
Clarke, Sir Andrew, on the Earl of Hopetoun (rV/.), I C M, I. Nov, 

56 
Clarke, Archibald, 

On the Philosophical Classification of Literature as compared with Practical 
Schemes of OUssification, Libr A R. II. July, 347 

On Kancouri's Libr.iry, 1743; the Reputed First Circulating Library in 
L' ndon, Libr, I. June, 374 
Clarke, Mrs. Effle Bruce, 

On Design (for Lace) in a Dend Century [Hi.), Art J, XVI. July, 208 

On 'Kerchiefs (i//.), Art J, XVI. Dec, 361 

On Jewels ; an Appreciation of Imitations ((//.), Art J, XVI. Oct, 303 
Clarke, Sir Ernest, on PhUip Pusey (»//.}, J R A S, XL Mar, x 



64 



INDEX TO THE 



Clarke, Col. Sir Gsorgr Sydenham. 



Coal. 



Clarke, Col. Sir Qeoij;e Sydenham, 
On the Defeace of the Empire and the Militia Ballot, N C, XLVII. Jan, a 

{XXI. Jan, 4i) 
On the Proper Precautions for Imperial Safety, N C, XLVII Apr, 541 

(XXI. Apr, 353) 
Clarke, Miss Helen A., 

On the Poetry o( Mrs. Louise Chandler Moulton, P L, XII. Mar, 114 
On Browning's Later Work, P L, XII. June, 284 
On a Group of Essays by American Writers, P L, XII. Dec, 586 
Clarke, Father R. F., 1839 — 1900: 

In Memoriam, by Rev. Joseph Rickaby, M, XCVI. Oct, 337 

On Dr. Mivart and the Continuity of Catholicism, N C, XLVII. Feb. 344 

(XXI. Feb, 152); and Reply to, by Dr. Mivart (Scripture and Roman 

Catholicism). N C. XLVII. Mar. 435 (XXI. Mar, 964) 
On the Catholic Chiurch in Its Relation to Material Progress, ACQ, XXV. 

Oct, 791 
On Mother Mary de Sales Chappuis ; a True Daughter of St. Fiancis of 

Sales, M, XCVI. July, 52 
On Archbishop Benson ; a Model Anglican .Archbishop, M, XCV. Feb, 177, 

Mar, 938 
On the Condemnation of Reservation in the Church of Elngland, M, XCV. 

June, 561 
On the Declaration of the English Church Union, M, XCVI. Aug, X13 
On the History of Magic, H, XVI. Apr, 254, May, 396 
Clarke, William, died 1901 : 
On the Social Future of England. C R. LXXVIII. Dec, 858 
On Rich Men ; What They might do, Pur, III. Feb, zoa 
On William Dean Howells {UL). Y M, XIV. July, 933 
On Leonard Courtney [Hi.), Y M, XIV. Aug. 953 
Classics and Classical Study, see Latin, Greek 
Classification of Literature, see Cataloguing, Bibliography, Libraries 
Clayton, John M., (1796 — 1856), and the Clayton-Bulwer Treaty, see 

under Nicaragua 
Cleeve Prior Manor, Worcestershire; Illustrations, Arch Rec, X, 

July. 85 
Clemens, Samuel L., see '* Twain (Mark)" 
Clergue, F. H., and Industrial Development in New Ontario, by 

Principal Grant [Hi.), Can M. XV. Oct, 483 
Clergy, the Ministry, Preaching : 
The Paradoxical Profession, by K. J. Barrymore, F, XXIX. Apr, x88 ; 

and Reply to, by Rev. H. A. Stimson (The Pre-eminent Profession), F, 

XXIX. June, 465 (XXII. July, 80) 
The Prophetic Office of the Christian Mmistry, by Rev. T. S. Wynkocp, 

Horn R, XL. Oct, 3x5 
The Intellectual Cause of Ministerial Failure, by Dr. D. S. Gregory, 

Hom R, XL. July, 85 
The Preaching Capacity of the Clergy, by Dr. Alfred J. H. Crespi, 

New C R, VIII. July, 8 
Preaching and the Preacher, by Prof. Herrick Johnson, Hom R, XXXIX. 

Jan, 9, Feb, 106 
On Preaching, by Rev. W. Kirkus, New W, IX. June. 226 
Preaching without Notes, by Dr. D. T. Rurrell, Hom R, XL. Nov, 436 
Effeaive Preaching, by Dr. Joseph Parker, Hom R, XXXIX. Mar, 90a ; 

XL. Inly, n 
A Word on Preaching from the Standpoint of the Student in the Seminary, 

by Dr. Albert J. Lyman, Hom R, XXXIX. May, 393 
Christ as the Essence of the Preacher's Message, by Dr. Joseph Parker, 

Hom R, XL. Sept, 195 
The Living Christ ; a Word to All Preachers, by Dr. Alfred Cave, 

Hom R, XXXIX. Mar. 906 
The Holy Spirit as essential to Effective Gospel Preaching, by Rev. F. B. 

Meyer, Hom R, XL. Oct, aoz 
The Reticences of the Modem Pulpit, by Rev. T. G. Sdby, Pur, III. Jan, 

A Few Don'ts for Preachers, by Dr. Allan Pollok, Hom R, XL. Oct, 

The Keswick Teaching in Its Bearing on Effective Gospel Preaching, by 

Dr. Arthur T. Pierson, Hom R, XL. Nov, 397 
The Illumination of the Sermon, by Dr. David J. Burrell, Hom R, XL. 

July, 17 
The Secret of Sermonic Success ; Interview with Dr. Talmage, by F. A. 

Mackenzie (/V/.), Pur. III. June, 479 (XXI. Jtme, 569) 
The Parabolic Sermon, by Dr. Cornelius Walker, Hom R, XXXIX. Jan, 

93 
Effective Pulpit Presentation of the Parable of the Prodigal, by Dr. 

Cunningham Geikie, Hom R, XL. Dec, 491 
Ethical Preaching, by G. Percy Mayiiard, P M Q, XXII. Apr, 957 
Secular Questions in the Pulpit, by Duane Mowry, A, XXIII. Apr, 490 
Morality in Sermons, by Rev. J. Rice Byrne, H, XVI. May, 335 
The Preacher's Study of Cowper, by Rev. George F. Greene, Hom R, XL. 

Dec, 504 
Reform in Theological Education, by William De Witt Hyde, A M, 

LXXXV. Jan. x6 
Reconstruction in Theological Education, by Dr. W. F. Slocum, F, 

XXVIII. Jan, 571 
The Ideals of Seminaries and the Needs of the Churches, by Prof. Frank C. 

Porter, New W, IX, Mar, 25 
Theological Seminaries and Their Critics, by Prof. T. F. Day, P R R, XI. 

Apr, 998 
The Klcctive System in Our Colleges and the Curriculum of Our Theological 

Seminaries, by Prof. W. B. Greene, Jr., PR R, XI. Jan, 66 
Some Present-Day Conditions aflfectins Theological Education, by G. B. 

Stevens, New W, IX. Dec, 674 
Open-Air Pulpits and Preachinz; Interview with Canon Robinson, by 

J. Alexander [Hi.), T M, IV. June, 739 



Clergy — continued. 
Some Great Preachers in the English Church, by Rev. A. R. Buckland 

{iiiX Pur, III. Mar, 177 
The Queen's Favourite Preachers, by Mrs. S. A. Tooley («?/.), Q, June, 721 
St. Francis de Sales : a Master of Sacred Eloauence, by Rev. Walto- 

EUiott. C W, LXX. Jan, 559 
Campaigning Chaplains, by Rev. E. J. Hardy (f7/.). P M, IX. Apr, 447 
Chaplains on the Field, by Rev. £. J. Hardy, Sun M, XXIX. Mar, 171 
Native Pastors, bv F. M. Holmes [ill.], Q, Sept, 961 
Women and the Ministry, by Miss C. S. Brennner, Pur, III. Apr, 973 
Peers Who preach, bv G. A. Wade («//.), T M, V. Oct, r 
The Clergy and the War in South Africa, see under Africa 
'llie Clersy as Athletes; Muscular Christianity, by Fred W. Ward (^/.}, 
T M. iV. Sept, 1003 

Clerical Artist in Wood- Rev. John Escreet and Hempstead Church, 
by F. A. Jones [Hi.], Royal, IV. May, 51 

Clerke, Miss E. M., on the Catholic Church in South Africa, D R, CXXVL 
Jan, 46 

Clerkenwell: At St. John's Gate, by Lady Fairlie-Cuninghame (ol/.}, 
P M M, XX. Feb, 160 — » ^ . 

Clerks : 
Secretarial Work as a Career for Girls, by Miss Margaret Bateson, Q R. 

II. Feb, 406 
Wgiien Clerkships in the Civil Service, by a Civil Servant, GOP, XXH. 

(&, 3 

Th^Vomen Clerks of London, by D. Waterson (<//.), T M, IV. Apr, 563 
Cleveland, Qrover, on the Independence of the Executive in the Unhed 

States, A M, LXXXV. June, 791 ; LXXXVI. July, i 
Cliff-Climming at Flamborough, by Cyril Yorke {til.). Royal, IV. 

May, 99 
ClifTord, Hugh, on Bush-Whacking in the Malay Peninsula, Black, 

CLXVII. Jan. i, Feb, 194, Mar, 383 
CiilTord, Dr. John, Dr. A. Black on(^/.}, Sun Str, IL Dec, 696 
Climate, see under Weather 
Clinch, Qeorge, 

On Whitgift's Hospiul, Qoydon {HI.), Arch Rev, VIII. Dec, 972 

Ou the Biddenden Maids and the Biddenden Charity (af/.), Rel, VI. Jaa, 43 
Clocks : 

Clocks at Buckingham Palace, by F. S. Robinson (tZ/.), M Art, XXIV. 
Mar, 204 

Inside Big Ben, by A. Bimage (i7/.). Harms, V. Oct, 953 (XXII. Nov, 471J 

A Glance at Some Curious Qocka, by F. M. Holmes [HI.), C F M, XXX. 
Mar, 477 
Clopton, Warwickshire, and Its Memories, by E. C. Rashleigh {ai.\ 

Universal, I. Mar, 150 
Cloud, Virginia Woodward. Poems by,— 

*' Autumn Song," A M, LXXXVI. Sept, 355 

" Prelude,*' Bkman A, X. Jan, 443 



•• The Greater Loss," C M, LX. July, 334 

*' The Insidious Beggar," C M, LXI. Nov, 154 



•• The Pilgrim," Cos, XXX. Dec, 139 
" He and She" [HI.), St N, XXVII. May, 598 
" His Godmother " [Ui.), St N, XXVII. Oct, 1064 
Clouds : 
The Photography of Clouds, by Eugene Antoniadi (/V/.), K, XXIII. Apr, 

79, May, 107 
A Voyage in Qoudland, by Miss Gertrude Bacon [ill.), L H, XLVIII. 

May, 694 
Clover and Heartsease — Life In a London Square, by Mrs. Benumi 

Bosanquet, C, VIII. Mar, 358 (XXI. Mar, 266} 
Clowes, W. Laird. 
On an Imperial Flag. M R, I. Dec, xo6 (XXII. Dec, 574} 
On the Strategical Value of the Channel Islands, N C, XLVIII. Dec. 8Sx 

(XXII. Dec 575) 
Clubs : 

ihe Garrick Club, by Percy Fitzgerald, New C R, VII. Jan, 33, Feb, xoo^ 

Apr, 994, May, 361, June, 449: VIII. Oct, 3x6. Nov. 384 
Jerrold's Club, by W. Carew Hazlitt. Ant, XXXVI. Feb, 44 
Political Clubs in France during the French Revolution, by John W. Ptaria. 

Chaut, XXXII. Oct. 94 
Woman's Clubs ; Short Bibliography, by C H. Hastings, Ghaut, XXX. 

Apr, 14 
The Influence of the Woman's Clubs, by Julia M. A. Hawksley, W f^ 

CLIII. Apr, 455 « 
Peeps into Women's Clubs, by Mrs. Leily Biiigen («V.), Universal, IL 

Nov, ^9 
Women s Clubs and the Question of InteUigence, by Sarah Grand, W H, 

IX. June, 839 
Women's Clubland in Paris, by Mrs. S. A. Tooley [SI.), Y W, VIII. Jnly, 

37a 
Women's Qubs in America, by Margaret P. Muiray, N C, XLVII. May, 

847 (XXI. May, 465) 
American Women in Club Life, by Jennie J. Croly, Fr L, L. May, oe 
Working Girls' Clubs in London, by Mrs. Hirst Alexander [ffl.)^ T M, IV. 

iiept, 1055 
The Woman's Home Improvement Club, New York, by Lillian W. Betts. 

R R A, XXII. Dec, 7x3 (XXI L Dec. 570) 
Cluseret, General Qustave Paul, ib23~z9oo, Karl Blind on, W R, CLIV. 

Dec, 6a6 
Coaching, see under Horses and Horsemanship 
Coal Mines and Coal Supply: 
The World's Coal, by Benjamin Taylor, Cas M, XVIII. Sept, 393 (XXIL 

Get, 375) 
The Scarcity of Coal, by Bennett H. Brough, N C, XLVIL Apr, 663 (XXL 

Apr, 370) 



Coal. — Continued. 



PERIODICALS OF 1900. 



Colonies. 



65 




Coal— continued. 

The Burden of Coal, by BeDJamin laylor, N C, XLVIII. Sept. 483 

(XXII. Sept, a66) 
The Coal Problem, by A. D. Provand, Nat R, XXXVI. Sept, 84 (XXII. 

Sept, 366) 
The World's Need of Coal and the United States Supplies, by F. E. 

Saward, Eng M, XX. Oct, i (XXII. Nov. 479} 
The Coal Supremacy of the United States, by Edward S. Meade, F, 

XXX. Oct. 230 (XXII. Nov, 481) 
American Coal for England, by George C. Locket, F, XXX. Dec, 496 
Economics of Coal-Miniog, by L. W. de Grave (f//.), Feild, III. Nov, 

5«7 
Applications of Klectriclty in the Collieries of Great Britain, bv Sydney F. 

Walker (///.}. Eng M, XIX. Aug, 7x9, Sept. 847 
Fxplosions in Coal Mmes, by John Mills, K, XXI II. Jan, 4 
The Loading and Carriage of Sea-Bome Coal, by F. Seaton Snowdon [Hi.), 

Eng M, XX. Nov. 157 (XXII. Dec, 579) 
Tlic Power in a Pound of Coal, by E. D. Meier, Ca» M, XVIll. May, 65 
Coke Plant ; Modem Methods of Saving Labour in Gasworks, by C. E. 

Brackenbury (/?/.), Eng T. IV. July, ^7 
The Connellsville Coke Region, by F. C. Keighley ((//.). Eng M, XX. 

Oct, 17 (XXII. Nov, 479) 
The Pennsylvania Coal Strike, by Earl W. Mayo (i//.), Fr L, LI. 

36 
The Anthracite Miners* Strijce of 1900 in Pennsylvania, by 

Virtue, J P Econ, IX. Dec, i 
The Strike of the Bohemian Conl-Miners, by Prof. £. ^£|^|pPPTch, 

Econ J. X. June, 261 
On Rhadinichthys MonensLs, Egerton. an I Its Distribution i^V^e Yorkshire 

Coalfield, by Edgar D. WeUbum (///.), Qeol M, VII. June, 260 
Coaling Stations for the Navy, see under Navies 
Coalition Qovernment, see under Parliamentary 
Coalville, Leicester : Mount St. Bernard's ; La Trappe in England, by 

Rev. Joseph Rickaby, M, XCVI. July, 23 
Coast Defence, see under Annies, Navies 

Coastguard : Concerning Her Majesty's Coastguard, C J, III. Apr, s^S 
Coates, Florence Earle, Poems by, — 
" KenilwoTth," A M. LXXXV. Jan. 139 
" Philistia." LIpp, LXV. May, 758 
Cobbe, Miss Frances Power, on Dr. James Martineau, C R, LXXVII. 

Feb. X74 (XXI. Mar, 250) 
Cobden, Richard, 1804 — 1865 : The Repeal of the Corn Laws, 1846 ; How 
England averted a Revolution of Force, by B. O. Flou'er, A, XXIV, Oct, 

C6bos, Manuel, — The King of the Galipagos Islands, by T. Leander, C J, 

III. July, 463 
Coburg, Duke of, 1844 — iqoo : Prince Alfred and Big Game; Extracts 

from the Sporting Diary of the late Lieut. -Col. Edward Thomson (///.}, 

Bad M, XI. Oct, 355 
Coburg, Princess Beatrice of, Minka von Drachenfels on [ill.), Q R, 11. 

Mar, 459 
Cochrane, Adm. Lord, Tenth Earl of Dundonald, 1775—1860 : 

Lord Cochrane, by John Gillie, Naut M, LXIX. July, 413 

The Exploits of H.M.S. Speedy, by A. S. Hurd, E I, XXIII. June, 
•70 
Cockburn, Sir John A., on the Australian Federal Family, I C M, I. Nov, 

61 
Cockchafers, see under Beetles 
Cocke, Zitella, Poem by.— "The Man at the Plough," N E M. XXIII. 

Oct, 159 
Cockfield Hall, Suffolk : The Carved Oaken Chest of Lady Katharine Grey 

at Cockfield Hall, by W. L. Rutton [Ul.), Rel, VI. Apr, 120 
Cockle, Capt. M. J. D., — List of Military Works of Reference compiled by 

Cajpt. M. J. D. Cockle, LIbr W, IL Apr, 272 
Cockroach : The Aristoci:it of the Kitchen, by Harvey SutherUmd, Ainslee, 

V. May, 317 
Cod Liver Oil for Calves, J B A, VII. June, 51 
Codex Bezae, see under Bible and Biblical Criticism 
Codrington, Robert, on His Journey from Fort Jameson to Old Chitambo 

and the Tanganyika Plateau, Q J, XV. Mar, 237 
Co-education, see under Education 
Cceur, Jacques, (died 1457), and the Hotel Jacques Coeur at Bourges, 

by S. N. Vansiltart (///.), Arch Rev, VIII. Aug, 55 
Coffee-Houses : Old London Cofiee-Houses, by A. W. Jarvis [ill.), E I, 

XXIII. May, 207 
Cognominal Puzzles, by Edward Whitaker, Q W, XLI. July, 443 
Coherer : On the Theory of the Coherer, by Karl E, Guthe and Augustus 

Trowbridge [diagrams], Phys R, XL July, 22 
Coins: 

Coinage, Mint, etc., see under Finance 

The Penny and Its Story, by W. M. Webb (///.), E I, XXIII. June, 
30 X 

Token Money of the Bank of England, by Maberly Phillips [ill.). Bank, 
LXIX. Mar, 385, May. 705, June, 851 ; LXX. July, 9, Aug. 133 

The Bank of Montreal Token Coinage, by R. W. McLachlan [ill.). Can M, 
XV. Dec, J 13 
Coke, see under Coal 
Colchester. Duncombe and Maynard, of Westbury, z7th Century: 

A Brace of Gloucestershire Worthies, by S. M. Crawley-Boevey, Q M, 

CCLXXXIX. Dec, 548 
Colchester : 

The Oldest Town in England [ill.), I C M, I. Nov, 98 

Colchester during the Commonwealth, by J. H. Round, E H, XV. Oct, 
641 

Wanted, Volunteers in Colchester, 1795-6, Ant, XXXVI. May, 150 



Cole, Alice Lena, Poems by,— 

"The Lost Spell," A M, LXXXV. Feb, 28a 

•• Escape," A M, LXXXVI. Aiig. 353 

" The Three Diggers " [ill.). Critic, XXXVI. Mar, 365 

••The Violin." Critic, XXXVI. June, 499 

" The Old Man and the Leaves" Critic. XXXVII. July, 31 
Cole, George Watson, on an Early French *' General Catalogue," Libr J, 

XXV. July, 3=9 
Cole, Samuel V., Poems by, — 

"Frater, ave atque Vale"; Transition firom Catullus, Critic, XXXVI. 
Feb, 138 

"O Venusta Sirmio ! " Translation from Catullus, Critic, XXXVL 
Mar, 361 
Cole, Timothy, and His Engravings of the Old English Masters, 

by John C. Van Dyke («//.), C M, LlX. Jan, 373, Feb, 504: LXI.Dec,335 
Coleman, Texas : The Coleman Flood as I saw It, by W. Averitt [ill.\ ' 

W W. VI. Dec, 304 
Colenso, Battle of, see under Africa (South) 

Coleridge, Miss Christabel R., on Children's Books, P R, XI. May, 384 
Coleridge's (Ernest Hartley) Edition of the Works of Lord Byron, 

see under Byron (Ix)rd} 
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1773 — 1834 : 

Samue! Taylor Coleridge, by M. Prowcr, Q M, CCLXXXVIII. Apr, 391 

The Religious Element in Co'cridge's Poems, by Bishop Boyd Carpenter 
[ill.). Sun M, XXIX. June, 4x9 
Coleridge, Hon. Stephen, 

On Some London Hospitals and Their Audited Accounts, C R, LXXVII. 
Mar, 343 ; and Reply to (Letter), by Sir Ralph Thompson, C R, 
LXXVII. Apr, 606 

On the Administration of the Cruelty to Animals Act of 1876, F R, LXVII. 
Mar, 393 (XXI. Mar, 365); and Reply to (Letter), by Stephen Paget, 
F R, LXVII. Apr, 714 
Coll. J. A., Poem by,—" Life's Gifts," N E M, XXIL Mar, 33 
Collaboration : Some Famous Collaborators, by George A. Wade [ill.), 

PMM. XXL Aug, 539 
Collecting (see also Curios) : 

The Value of a Dead Celebritv, bv Harold Macfarlane, C, VIII. Mar, 367 

household Gods [ill.), Q W.'XLI. June, 397 

Book-Collecting, see under Books 

Art-Collectors, see under Art 
College Athletics, see under Athletics 
College of Preceptors, see under Education 
Colleges and College Life, see under Universities, Education 
Collier, Hon. John, and His Art, by Aphra Wilson [ill.), L R, VIL 

Apr, 678 
Collier. Rev. S. F., and the Methodist Mission at Manchester, by 

Arthur Mee [ill.). Pur, III. Jan, 66 
Collins, George W., and His Pencil Drawings of Whitby [ill.), Artist, 

XXIX. Oct, 96 
Collins. Prof. J. Churton. on Tennyson, by W. Archer, Critic, 
XXXVII. Dec, 508 



Cologne Conservatory of Music and Its Jubilee, by C.A.B., Mus T, 

XLI. July, 475 
Colomb, Sir John C. R., 



On British Defence, 1800—1900, J R C I, XXXI. May, 381 

On England's Naval Arrangements in the Other Hemisphere, F R, LXVIII. 

Aug, 363 (XXIL Aug, 150) 
On Waste and Confusion in the Navy, Nat R, XXXV. Mar, ia8 (XXI. 

Mar, 264) 
On Maiines and Coaline Stations, U 8 M, CXLII. July, 380 
Colombia : My Fxperience of a South American Revolution, by Capt. R. 

K. Hattersley (///.), W W, V. Sept. 593 
Colonial College, Hollesley Bay, Suffolk : A Nursery for Greater Britons 

[ill.], P S M, VI. Dec. 450 
Colonial History in America, see under American History 
Colonies, the Empire, Colonial Expansion, etc. : 
The True Imperialism, R R, XXI. May, 441 ; Same Article, R R Aus, 

XVI. June, 734 
Imperialism, by Wm Baird, Cons R, IV. Sept, 135 
What Imperialists mean by Imperialism, bv Gilbert Murray, Pos R, 

VIII. Nov, 195 
What Imperialism Me:»ns, by J. H. Muirhead, F R, LXVIII. Aug, 177 

(XXIL Aug, 149) 
The Paradox of Imperialism, M R, L Oct, 1 (XXL Oct, 382) 
Enigmas of Empire, by Sidney Low, N C, XLVII. June, 923 (XXI. June, 

578) 
The Danger of Empire, by F. A. A. Rowland, W R, CLIII. June, 605 

(XXI. June, 579) 
Ent^land and the Higher Morality, by Prof. Washburn Hopkins, F, 

XXVI IL Jan, 566 
Roman and British Imperialism, by J. H. Bridges, Pos R, VIII. Mar, 55 
Imperialism in Historic Evolution, by George W. Kenney, A, XXIV. Uct, 

,350 
The Moral and Social Tasks of World Poliiics (" Imperialism"), by Dr. 

Phil. Max Maurcnbrechcr, A J 80c, VI. Nov, 307 
K\g Knglandism, by Frederic Harrison, Pos R, VIII. Jone, 97 
Imperialism and Christianity, by Dean Farrar, N A R, CLXXI. Sept, 389 

(XXII. Oct, 384) 
The Ethical and Political Principles of " Expansion," by Talcott Williams, 

A A P 8, XVI. Sept, 237 
The Ethics of Expansion, by H. H. Powers, I J E, X. Apr, 2S8 
Pierre Laffitte on the Fatherland, by Charles Gahkell Higgin<on, Pos R, 

VIII. J. in, 13 
The Future of Imperialism, by John Lewis, Can M, XV. July, 353 
The New Parliament, Black, CLXVIII. Nov, 783 



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66 



INDEX TO THE 



Co I .ONI BS. — Continu ed. 



Columbia Univbksitv. 



Colonies, etc. — continued. 
Liberal Imperialists^ sec under liberal Party 
Whig Imperialism, by Bolton King, C R, LXXVII. Apr, 564 (XXI. Apr, 

"Democracy and Empire " by Prof. F. H. Giddings : 

iurdan, David Starr, on, New W, IX. Dec. 74a 
IcGilvary, Prof. E. B., on, Phil R, IX. Nov, 651 
The Literary Inspiration of Imperialism, Scot R, XXXV. Ap, a6a 
The Republic of the United States of Great Britain, by Jonn B. Walker 

{Ul.\ Cos, XXIX. Aug, 4ci 
The Making of Empire, by Rev. R. J. Campbell, Y M, XIV. Jan, 24 
The Unmaking of Empire, bv A. E. Fletcher, Y M, XIV. Mar, 87 
The Mission of Empire, by Ernest D. Bell. W R. CLVI. Oct, 446 
Empire, by Edward Carpenter, Humane R, I. Oct, 19? 
The British Empire, bv S. H. Swinny. Pos R, VIII. Jan, 8 
Why is Britain hated 7 by Dr. T.E.S. Scholes, W R, CLIIL June, 643 

(aXI. June, 579) 
How to consolidate the Empire, W R, CLIII. Apr, 373 (XXI. Apr, 349) 
Some Consequences of the Imperial Rally, by Talbot Baines, Nat R, 

XXXV. May, 4*9 (XXI. May, 477) 
Our National Imbroglio, by John Tnst, W R, CLIII. Apr, 403 (XXI. Apr, 

345) 
The Empire and Militarism, M R, I. Nov, x 

The Empire and the War. by C de Thierry, U 8 M, CLXI. Mar, 593 
Some Bulwarks of Empire (ma/), C J, III. July, 449 
What an Australian sees in England, by Dr. W. H. Fitchett, R R Aus, 

XVI. Jan, 51, Feb, 17a {XXI. Apr, 373), Mar, 353, Apr, 479, June 790; 

XVII. Aug, 249 (XXII. Oct, 370), Sept, 996 (XXII. Nov, 457, 458, 

472) 
Political Geography and the Empire, by Sir George S. Robertson, Q J, 

XVI. Oct, 447 : Same Article, Scot Q M, XVI. Oct. 562 
Chatham's Colonial Policy, by Hubert Hall, A H. V. tuly. 659 
Disraeli and the Colonies, by W. Sichel, Black, CLXVII. Apr. 49a 
A Century of Empire, by Dr. W. H. Fitchett (diagrams), R R Aus, XVII. 

Dec, 703 
The British Empire, 2800— 2900^ by J. Holt Schooling [diagrams and ill ], 

P M M, XXII. Oct, 346 
^ The Century in Our Colonies, by Sir Charles W. Dilke, I C M, I. Nov, 37, 

Dec, 26^ 
Twenty Years of Empire-Building iti Africa, by Burton J. Hendrick 

(ivra^i), Fr L, LT. Dec, 17a 
The History of the Year in the Colonies : Greater Britain, Nat R. XXXIV. 

Jan, 781, Feb, 944: XXXV. Mar, 249* Apr, 328. May, 499, June, 679, 

July, 866 (XXII. July, 75), Aug, 2039; XXXVl. Sept, 139, Oct, 292, 

Nov, 440, Dec, 59a 
Imperial Federation and Some Neglected Colonial Ties, by John Macdonell, 

N C, XLVII. May, 855 fXXI. May, 46a) 
Colonial and Imperial Federation. E R, CXCII. July, 347 (XXII. Aug, 249) 
Imperial Federation ; the Condition of Progress, by Edward Salmon, F R, 

LXVIIl. Dec, 2009 (XXII. Dec, 57a) 
Australasian Federation, »ee under Australasia 
Cnnada and Imperialism, see under Canada 
The Colonial Contingent in South Africa, see under Africa 
Systems and Forms pf Colonial Government ; Short Bibliography, by C. H. 

Hastings, Chaut, XXXI. June, aas 
The Colonial Office Myth, by C. de Tbi.rry, C R, LXXVIII. Sept, 365 

(XXII Sept. 277) 
The Colonial Secretary ; an Overworked Minister and a Remedy, by 

Beckles WiUson, F R, LXVIIl. July, 27 (XXII. luly, 58, 78) 
AdministraUve Reform, by W. E. Snell, W R, CLVI. Nov, 504 (XXII. Nov, 

476) 
" Selection and Training of Officials for the Colonial Civil Service in 
Holland, England, and France" by A. Lawrence Lowell, Elizabeth 
Foster on, A M, LXXXV. May, 720 
The British System of Colonial Government, by Arnold White (<//.}, Harp, 

XXXIX. Jan, 393 
Colonial Sovereignty, by C. de Thierry, A Q, IX. Jan, 335 
The Constitutional Relations of Engbnd and Her Dependencies, by 

Sir Charles Roe. A Q, X. July, 87 
Efficiency and Empire, by Arnold White, I C M, I. Nov, 29 
Domestic Parties and ImperLil Government, Q R, CXCII. July, 342 (XXII. 

Aug, 249) 
How Britannia's Bairns are govoned, by R. Machray («//.), Harms, IV. 

June, 439 
Our Treatment of Weaker Races, by F. S. Marvin, Pos R, VIII. Oct, 270 
The Treatment of Subject Races, by Mary A. M. Marks, I J E, X. July, 

ThJ^Burden of Empire, by W. S. Lilly, F R, LXVIIL Oct, 533 (XXIL 

Oct, 37c) 
Does Colonization pay ? by O. P. Austin, F, XXVIII. Jan, 612 
Trade within the Empire, Eng T, III. Mar, 56, Apr, 219 
Imperial and ColoniaJ Preferentiail Trade, by John Charlton, F, XXX. Oct, 

180 (XXIL Nov, 481) 
Coloni;)l Goveniments as Money-Lenders, by Hon. W. Pember Reeves, 

Nat R, XXXVL Dec. 579 (XXIL Dec, 56a) 
Colonial and Foreign Banks in England and the Banking Reserve, Bank, 

LXIX. Mar, 353 
British Rule in South Africa, see under Africa 
I1ie British Empire in Asia, by Sir Richard Temple, Universal, I. May, 

338 
Britannia and the Colonist, by Arnold White, Nat R, XXXV. June, 635 

(XXI June, 576) 
Emigration on Spec, C J, III. Jan, ^-^ 

" The Control of the Tropics " by Benjamin Kidd : The Wbit^ Man in the 
Tropics, by Herbert G. de Lisser, New C R, VII. Feb, 217 






Colonies, etc.— continued. 
A School of Tropical Medicine, by Dr. Patrick Maosoo, J R CI, XXXL 

Apr. 909 
Imperial Defence and the Strength of the Army, see under Armie« 
The Naval Outlook in the British Colonies, by R. G. M. Browne, Naut M. 

LXIX. Apr, 819 



England's Naval Arrangements in the Other Hemisphere, by Sir John C 
^ j^^jj- 

of Oi 
4771XXL war, 334; 
The Frontiers of the Empire, by W. J. Gordon, L H, XLVIIL May, 595 



k. Colomb, F R, LXVIIL Aue, 362 (XXIL Aug, 250) 
The Military Forces of Our Colonies, by Lieut. -Cen. J. F. Owen, F R, 
LXVII. Mar, 477 (XXI. Mar, 334) 




(XXL May, 497) 
Titled Colonials, by CecU de Thierry («V.}, E I, XXII. Feb, 461 (XXI. 

Feb, 249,352! 
Men of the Empire, by Arthur Mee {ill. ), Y M, XIV. Oct, 395, Nov, 36T, 

Disi!^g^?shed Colonial Soldiers, by C. de Thierry [UL), E I, XXIII. Jidy. 

356 
Colonial Nursing Associations ; an Obligation of Empire, by Mrs. Jo«epS 

Chamberlain, N A R, CLXX. Apr, 493 (XXI, May, 48a) 
The Garton Lectures on Colonial and Indian Agriculture in Edinbu^gk 

University, Robert Wallace on, A Q, X. Oct, a46 

Bridges in Greater Britain, by A. T. Story [iU,), C F M, XXX. 

(5 

tries of Greater Britain, by J. R. Boos^, LIbr, I. Mar, 270 

nies in relation to Public Libraries, by James R. Boos^, Lior A R, 

189 

let Stockade, 2854 " by C. Faffiiello ; the Queerest of Colonial 
BooksT^y J. F. Hogan, Q M, CCLXXXVIII. June, 563 (XXL 
June, 574) 
The Appellate Courts of the Empire, by R. B. Haldane, Jur R, XIL 

Mar, 2 
Colonial Memories, by Lady Broome, C, VIII. Jan, 26 (XXI. Jan, 66', 

Apr. 486 (XXI. Apr, 369) 
Colonial Servant^, by Lady Broome, C, IX. Dec, 796 fXXII. Dec, 580) 
An Imperial Flag, by W. Laird Clowes, M R, I. Dec, zo6 (XXIL 

Dec, *74) 
Colonial Heraldry, see under Heraldry 

Colonies of the Great Powers (see also Articles under France, Germany, 
United States, etc.) : 
A Few Facts about the Colonies of the Great Powers, by Allej'ne Irela^ 
(1//.), McCI, XIV. Feb, 314 
Colonies and British Possessions, etc., noticed, see Africa, AnstraSa, 
Bahamas, Canada, Ceylon, Cyprus, Fiji, Guiana (British), Hone KoBg, 
India, Jamaica, Mauritius, Montserrat, New Guinea, New T^^h^iA^ 
Shanghai, Singapore, Straits Settlements, Tasmania, West Indies, etc. 
Colorado (see also Arapahoe (Mt.), Boulder, Cripple Creek, Leadvilk, 
Pikes Peak) : 
The Women L^islators of Colorado, by Mary H. Kinkaid (r7/.), Ainsleo^ 

rV. Jan, 724 
Hunting the Big Horn in the Colorado Deaert, by E. E. Bowles {iU.\ O, 

XXXVL Apr, 53 
With the Colorado Cow-Punchers on a " Round-Up," by G. L. Burton 

(»//.), O, XXXVL May, 25» 
After Elk in Colorado, by Hamilton Wright (i//.). O, XXXVII. Nov, z6S 
Colorado River : 
Two Men in a Marble Trap, by G. W. James {ill.), W W, V. June, 977 
Lost in the Grand Canyon of the Colorado, by K. H. von Wiegand {ill.\ 
W W, V. Tuly, 432 
Colour and Colour Perception : 
Stray Notes on Colour in relntion to Temperature, by E. B. Shnldhaa, 

Long, XXXV. Mar. 438 (XXL Mar, 348) 
Colours in Dante, b^ J. L. Bevis, Scot R, XXXV. Apr, 335 
Colour and Motion in Sidney Lanier, by Prof. J. S. Snoddy, P L. XIL 

Dec, 558 
The Disoimilarity in Function of the Rods and the Cones of the Retina, by 

C. Ladd Franklin. Psychol R, VII. Nov, 600 
Visualization see under Psychology 
Coloured Hearing; Two Cases of Synacsthesia, by G. M. Whipf>)e, 

A J Psychol, XL Apr, 377 
Plant-Growing in Coloured Light, by G. Clarke Nuttall {ill.), P M. IX. 
June, 612 (XXL June, 570) 
Colour-Photography, see under Photography 
Coloured Pictures, Colour-Printing, see under Art 
Colauhoun Family : The Battle between the Macgregors and ^ 
Coiquhouns at Glenfruin, 2603 ; the Stream of Young GhostSi, by J. A. 
Black, Scots, XXV. Mar, 328 
Colquhoun, Archibald R., 
On Russia in Central Asia, Harp, XXXIX. Feb, 394, Mar, 636 
On Afghanistan ; the Key to India, A Q, X. July, 35 
On Siberia, Harp, XXXIX. Jan, 384 
On the Trans-SiDerian-Manchurian Railway (ma/f ), M R» I. Not, 40, 

(XXII. Nov, 480) 
On the Great Trans-Siberian-Matichurian Railway, J R U 8 I, XLIV. 
Dec, 2408 
Colton, Arthur, Poem by,— "Verses from the Canticle of the Road," 

A M. LXXXVI. July. 53 
Columbia, British, see under Canada 
Columbia, District of (see also Washington City) : 
A Hundred Years of the District of Columbia, by Dr. Albert Shaw 'ili.\ 

R R A. XXIL Dec, 675 
1 he Washingtun Centenary, see Washington Citv 
Columbia River : Sight-Seeing on the Colt2mbia River, by A. P. Silver 

(1//.). W W.V.June, 373 
Columbia University, see under Universittes 



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PERIODICALS OF tgOO. 



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Columbus. Chrlstophar, 14357—1506: Columbus and Eclipses, by J. 

Dundas White, Naut M, LXIX. Oct. 608 
Colvin't (Sidney) " Stevenson's Letters/' see under Steveoson (R. L.) 
ComMie Fran^mlse, see under Theatres 
Comets, see under Astronomy 
Comic Chesterfield— nth Earl of Buchan. by John Buchan, Black, 

CLXVII. Apr. 557; Same Article, A M, LXXXV. Apr, >o8 
Commerce, see Finance, etc. 
Commercial Education, see under Education 
Commercial Museums, see under Exhibitions 
Commissionaires, Corps of,— How Our Old Soldiers serve Their Country 

stUI, by W. J. Wintie (i//.), Harms, III. Jan, 540 
Commons, House of, sea under Parliamentary 
Commons and Open Spaces, see Open Spaces 
Commonwealth of Australia, see under Ausu-alasia 
Communion, see Holy Communion 
Como, Italy : A Peep at the Homeof Volta, by Hope Hardy (i//.), Q T, VI. 

July, ai3 
Companies and Company-Promoting^, see under Finance 
Compayri, Qabriel, on the Educatiooal journals of France, Ed R A, XIX. 

Feb, X81 
Compensation for Workmen, see under Labour Problems 
Competition, Miscellaneous: What Communities lose by. the Competi- 
tive SyHtem, by Jack London, Cos, XXX. Nov, 58 
Competition in Trade, see under Finance 
Composers and Composition of Music, see under Music 
Compressed Air — Pneumatics, see Pneumatics 
Comstock Lode, Nevada : llie Awakening of the Comstock, by John 

FinUy (///.}, O M, XXXVI. Nov, ^45 
Comte, Augusts, r/gS — 1857, (see also Articles under Positivism) : 

*' Letters of John Stuart Mill to Auguste Comte" (edited by L. L6v>'- 

Bruhl), Walter Llovd on, W R, CLIII. Apr, 431 (XXI. Apr, 373} 
Comte and the Paris Monument, by Frederic Harrison, Pos R, VIII. 

May, 85 
Comte's Attitude to Socialism, by Alfred H. Haggard, Pos R, VIII. 

Sept, 145 
Cross-Sections from Comte, Spencer, Lilienfeld, and Schaeffle, by B. H. 
Meyer, A J 80c, VI. July, 70 
Concept In Philosophy, see under Philosophy 
Conchology, see Shells 

Conciliation In Labour Disputes, see under Labour Problems 
Conclaves, see under Catholic Church 

Condi, Prince de, 1736— 1818 : llie French Emigrant Army of the Prince 
de Cond6, 1793— 1802, by Lieut.-Gen. F. H. Tyrrell, U S M, CXLI. Jan, 
360 
Conder, Col. 0. R., oa Recent Hiitite Discoveries, Scot R, XXXVI. July, 

6a 
Conder, Miss E. M.,and Milton Mount College, Qravesend, by H. 

Spicer (<7/.), Pur, III. Jan, 73 
Condition of the People (see also Articles under Labour, Emigration, 
Population, Pauperism and the Poor Law, Sodolo^, Political Economy, 
Co-operative Movement, Savings Banks, Housing of the Working 
Classes, Homes and Shelters, Land Question, Rural Life, Women, 
Children, etc. ; and Occupations of the People (under Professiuns) ) : 
The Needs of the New Century in Social Life, by Arnold White, Q T, VII. 

Oct, 43 
How far is Pauperism a Necessary Element in a Civilized Commimity 7 by 

T. Mackay, Econ R, X. Oct, 4x7 
Population and the Means of Subsistence, by Charles Gaskell Higginson, 

Pos R, VIII. Feb, 38 
The Imperial Influence of the Poor, by Lady Waikin Williams, L Q, IV. 

Julyi 83 
The Cure of Penury, by Dr. Washington Gladden, B 8, LVII. Jan, 13s 
The Betterment of Working Ufe, by R. E. Phillips {i/L), W Work, I. Dec, 

What more than Wages t by William H. Tolman (///.}, M, LXI. Dec, 

358 (XXIL Dec, 561) 
The British Working Man, by John Burns; Interview, byR. Blathwayt 

(i//.). QT, VII. Nov, lao 
The Wives of Workine Men ; the Voice of the Disinherited, by Mrs. Edith 

Bridger, Pos R, VIII. May, 87 
Society's Duty to the Tramp, by William H. Dawson, F R, LXVIII. Dec, 

953 (XXIL Dec, 561) / 

The Tramp's ChUdren, by T. W. Wilkinson, H, XVII. Au^, at 
The Children of London, by Rev. C. H. Grundy (i7/.), T M. IV. Apr, 595 
The "Darkest England" Scheme of the Salvation Army, see under 

Salvation Army 
Life in a London Square: Clover and Heartsease, by Mrs. Bernard 

Bosanquet, C, VIII. Mar. 358 (XXI. Mar, a66) 
East London, by Sir Walter Be»ant {ma^ and i//.), C M, LX. Aug, ssa. 

Sept, 746, Oct, 905 : LXI. Dec, aao 
How die London Poor feed, by E. J. Darlington {ili.), T M, IV. 

Aug, 925 
Kztraordinary Penny Meals, by B. Owen (i7/.)i Harms, III. Tan, 580 
The Street Markets of London, by G. A. Wade (i//.). Lud, IX. Feb, 344 
The Street Auctions of Military Woolwich, by A. Goodrich (tV/. }, Royal, 

III. Mar, 451 
South London Industries, by Miss Margaret Bateson, Q O P, XXI. 

Mar, 376 
Some East London Clothing Trades, by Miss Margaret Bateson, OOP, 

XXI. Apr, 45a 
Israel in London ; How the Hebrew lives in Whitechapel, by G. A. Wade 

(«//.), E I, XXIII. Aug, 404 (XXIL Aug, 159) 
The Cockney John Chinaman, by G. A. Wade (<//.}, E I, XXIII. July, 30X 

(XXIL July, 51) 



Condition of the People— continned. 
Strangers within Our Gates; Organ-Grinders, etc., by A. W. Myers (i//.}> 

Q, June, 706 
A Lady's Experience as an Organ-Grinder, by Frances Bourne {ilL)t E I, 

XXIV. Oct, 18 
The Slum Movement in Fiction, by Miss Jane H. Findlater, Nat R, 

XXXV. May, 447 
Benevolent Loan Associations in America, by Katherine L. Smith, A, 

XXIV. July, 86 
Poor People's Music-Hails in Lancashire, by C. E. B. Russell and E. T. 

Campagnac, Econ R, X. July, a8|^ 
H. Lee J. Jones and His Work in Liverpool ; Refining the Hooligan, by J. 

A. Hammerton li^i.). Sun Str, II. Oct, 466 
Irish Beggars, by Viola Lake, L H, XLVllI. Aw, 5^4 
What Tramps read, by Josiah Klynt, Critic, XXXVI. June, 564 
The Mendicity Society's Offices, Red Lion Square ; a Beggar's Museum, 

by R. H. Cocks (i//.), Q, Jan, 837 
Poverty's Pets, by T. Sparrow (j7/.), Q, Jan, 278 

George Holland and the George Yard Mission; an Apostle of the East-End, 
by G. Holden Pike (i?/.). Sun H, Nov, 43 
Conduct, see under Ethics 
Conducting and Conductors, see under Music 
Cone, Ada, 
On French Women in Indu.stry, C R, LXXVII. Feb, 350 
On the French Mission in Basutoland (^/.)» Sun Str, I. Apr, 467 
On the Church of the Sacred Heart, Paris ; a Nation's Repentance (<//.), 
Sun Str, II. Nov. 5x5 
Cone, Helen Cray, Poem l»y,— '* Colonel Warinz," C M, LIX. Feb, 547 
Confectionery : Modern Conreaionery, C J, III. Mar, 148 
Confederate States, see under Civil War of America 
Conferences : Conventions and Gatherings of 1900 (rV/.), R R A, XXI. 

May, 54^ 
Confidence, by Mrs. Sixty, Ideal R, XII. May, 107 
Confucius (s5i B.C.— 479 B.C.) and Confucianism : 
The Teachings of Confucius, bv A. L. Salmon, Q T, VI. Sept, ^39 
Confucianism in the Nineteenth Century, by Prof. Herbert A. Giles, N A R, 

CLXXI. Sept, 359 
The Religions of China, by Prof. Max Miller, N C, XLVIII. Sept, 373 

(XXIL Sept. 378) 
Chu-Chuang; a Chinese Prince to Confucianise Europe, by J.C.H., 

New C R, VIII. Aug. no 
A Visit to the Tomb of Confucius; China's Holy Land, by Ernst von 
Hesse Wartegg ((//.), C M, LX. Oct, 803 
Congo State, etc., see under Africa 
Congregationalism : 
The Congregational Twentisth Century Fimd, by G. C. Home {diagrams)^ 

Pur, III. Mar, aoo 
Mansfield ; a Pioneer Nonconformist College, by H. W. Strong (i//.), T M, 

IV. Jan, 302 
Milton Mount College, Gravesend, by H. Spicer (<//.}, Pur, III. Jan, 73 
Congregationalists noticed, see 

Bcnry (Dr. C. A.), Parker (Dr. Jos.), 

Campbell ( Rev. R. J . ), Shepherd ( Rev. A. ) 

Conp^resslonal Library, Washington, see under Libraries 
Coniston, Lanes. : Brantwood; the Home of John Ruskin, see Ruskin 

(John) 
Conjuring : 
The Psychology of Conjuring Deceptions, by Norman Triplett, 

A J Psychol, XL luly, 439 
Robert Houdin ; Conjurer, Author, and Ambassador, by H. R. Evans [i//.), 

Cos. XXVI II. Apr, 645 
Conjuring for Girls, by Prof. Hoflfinann (i/i.), Q R, II. Feb, 441 
Conkling, Roscoe, 1829 — z888 : Blaine and Conkling nnd the Republican 

Convention of 1880, by George S. Boutwell, McCI, XIV. Jan, 281 
Connacht, Ireland : Religious Songs of Connacht, by Dr. Douglas Hyde, 
N I R. XIII. Mar, 59, May, 185, Aug, 375 ; XIV. Sept, 57, Oct, 121, Nov, 
183, Dec, 248 
Connaught Rangers, see under Arniy (Regiments) 
Connaught, Princesses of, — The Daughters of Our Soldier Prince, by 

Mrs. S. A. Tooky (jW.), Q R, III. Nov, 3 
Connecticut (see also Middletown) : 
Some Features of Old Conneakut Farming, by C N. Hall, N E M, XXIL 

^July. 549 

Connecticut League of Art Students ; Art Education for Men, by Charles 
N. Flagg, A M, LXXXVI. Sept, 593 

Yale University, see under Universities 
Connecticut River: 

Early Traffic on the Connecticut River, by Collins G. Burnham {iii.)t 
N E M. XXIII. Oct, 131 

A Connecticut i<iver Ferry, by Max B. Thrasher, N E M, XXIL Aug, 659 
Connell, Rev. Alexander, and Regent Square Presbyterian Church, 

by F. A. McKenzie (H/.), Pur, III. Julv, 566 
Connell, Francis, on Mountaineering, C, IX. Aug, 196 
Connellsville Coke Region, Penn., see under Coal 
Connolly, Mary E., 

On life in an Irish VUlage, Ir M, XXVIII. May, 336 

Poems by M. E. Connolly : 
•• My Childhood's Home," Ir M, XXVIII. Feb, 76 
*' St. Colman McDuagh in Burren," Ir M, XXVllI. Aug, 493 
Connor, Ralph (Rev. Charles W. Gordon) : 

A. Gammie on. Pur, III. Sept, 736 

Oi>e Whoknws Him on. Critic, XXXVII. Oct, 310 

Unsigned Article on (///.)> Bkman, XVIII. June, 73 
Conscience, see under Psychology 
Consciousness, see under Psychology 



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INDEX TO THE 



Conscription. 



COKBLLt, Miss MaSIK. 



Conscription, see under Armies 

Conservative Party see also Articles under Parliamentary, etc.) : 

Wanted, a Conservative Party, by Humphry Oldcastle, New C R, VII. 

Feb, io8 
Reconstruction or Catastrophe ? by an Englishman, Nat R, XXXVI. Nov, 

330 (XXII. Nov, 454) 
Who will lead the Unionists? by a Conservative, New C R, VIII. 

July, 18 
The Tory Future, Black, CLXVII. Feb, i8a (XXI. Mar, 246) 
A Word to Conservatives, Black, CLXVII. Feb, 288 (XXI. Feb, 134) 
The Salisbury Administration, see under Parliamentary 
Conservatives and Unionists noticed, see 

Balfour (A. J.}, Lansdowne (Marquis Salisbury (Marquis 

Beaconsneld (Karlof]f of), of) 

Chamberlain (Jos.), Londonderry (Marquis of}. 

Conspiracy as a Fine Art, by Andrew Lang, Critic, XXXVII. Oct, 33S 
Constable, John, 1776— 1837 : 

With Constable, by Frederick Wedmore (<//.), P M M, XXI. Aug, 437 
Constable's English Landscape, by C. J. Holmes (///.), Dome, VI. Apr, 
aaz 
Constance, Lake,— The Strange *' Mount of Olives" at KreuzUngeu, near 

Constance, by Mrs. Herbert Vivian (&^/.}, W W, IV. Mar, 69a 
Constant, J. J. Benjamin, 
On Victor Hugo .is an Artist (r^/.]. Harp, XLI. Dec, loo 
On Sir J. E. Millais's Portrait of W. E. Gladstone ,Ui.], M Art. XXIV. 

Feb, zsa 
On the Wallace Collection. N A R, CLXXI. Nov, 704 (XXII. Dec, 577) 
Constant ia. 4th Century : The Daughter of Constantine the Great, by Rev. 

S. Baring-Gould [Ui.), Q R, II. July, 883 
Constantinople, see under Turkey 
Constellation (Ship) in the War with France, 1798—1800, by Rev. 

Cyrus T. Brady [ill.), McCI, XIV. Jan, 273 
Constitution, American War-Ship : " Old Ironsides " as Sailors saw Her, 

by John R. Spears, Chaut, XXXI. July, 377 
Constitutional Bishop — Claude Le Coz, by Rev. Joseph Rickaby, M, 

XCV. Jan, 34 
Constitutional History and Constitutional Law, see under Politics 
Constitutional History and the Constitution in America, see under 

United States 
Consular Service, by a Consul. Nat R, XXXV. May. 45<; 
Consular Service of the United States, see under United States 
Consumption, Open-Air Cure, etc. : 
Practical Note on Tuberculosis, by Sir James Sawyer, Land M, IV. 

June, 433 
The Califomian Quarantine against Consumptives, by Dr. S. A. Knopf, F, 

XXVIII. Jan, 615 
A Tuberculosis Quarantine not practicable, by Dr. W. P. Munn, F, XXIX. 

Apr, 183 (XXI. May, 483) 
The Invalid Abroad : Sketches of Invalid Life in the High Alps, by Simeon 

Linden, W R, CLIII. Jan, 85 
Outdoor Cure of Consumption at Falkenstein, Silesia. C J, III. Mar, 183 
Dr. Walther and His Cure for Consumption at Nordrach, by A. P. 
Abraham (»//.), W M, XL Feb, 365 (XXL Feb, 365) 
Contagious Diseases Acts : 
Francis H. Welch on, Univ. XII. 283 

Unsigned Article on, W R, CLIIL Feb, 135 (XXI. Mar, 950) 
Contemporaries : Candid Opinions of Cuntemporaiics, by F. 0. Walters. 

Q M, CCLXXXIX. July, 57 
Contiguity and Similarity, by Dr. Warner Fite, Phil R, IX. Nov, 613 
Continuity; a Suggested Philosophy, by Mar\'in Dana, New C R, 

VII. Apr, 288 
Continuum, see unier Mathematics 
Convent Life, see under Monasteries and Monastic Life 
Conventions, Conferences, see Conferences 
Conversation : The Art of Conversation, by M ary E. Merington, Chaut, 

XXX. Feb, 481 
Converse. Dr. C. Crozat, on .American War Songs, O C, XIV. Feb, in 
Conveyances, see Carriages, Motors 
Conveyancing in Scots Law, see under Law 
Convicts and Convict Life, see under Crime 
Conway, Sir Martin, 
On Henry Hudson's Voyage to Spitzbergen in 1637 {maps), Q J, XV. 

Feb, 121 
On Some Unpublished Spiubergen MSS. of the Seventeenth Century (/./.), 

Q J. XV. June, 628 
On Mount Sarmiento [ill.]. Harp, XXXIX. Jan, 223 
Conway, Dr. Moncure D., 
On the Idol and the Ideal of the French Republic, O C, XIV. Jan, 9 
On the International Arhiiration Alliance, O C, XIV. Nov, 683 
On James Martineau [HI.). O C, XIV. May, 257 
On Prof. Max MuUer, N A R, CLXXI. Dec, 884 
Conybeare. F. C., 
On Popular CathoUcism in Fr.incc, Nat R, XXXIV. Jan, 767 (XXI. Jan, 

56) 
On the Conspiracy of the Assumptionists against the French Kcpublic, 
Nat R, XXXV. July, 727 (XXII. luly, 74); and Reply to, by E. S. 
Bcesly, Pos R. VIII. Aug, 134 
On the Testament of Job and the Testaments of the XII. Patriarchs, 
dewQ, XIII. Oct, III 
Cook, E. T., 
On Ruakin as Artist and Art Critic (///.), Stu, XIX. Mar, 77 (XXI. Apr, 

367) 
On Ruskin : Letter, F R, LXVII. Apr, 712 
Cook, Mrs. E. T., on Dre^s ; Do Women dress to please Men? W H, VIII. 

Feb, 502 



Cook, Dr. Frederick A., 
On the Belgian Antarctic Expedition and the New Antarctic Discovexia 

[map and Hi.), C M, LIX. Jan, 409 (XXI. Jan, 6a) 
On the Belgian Antarctic Expedition ; IVo Thousand Miles in the Antarciac 

Ice (///.), W M, XL May, 7x9 (XXI. May, 468) 
On the Possibilities of Reaching the Four Poles (1//.}, P M, X. Jnly, 63 

(XXII. July. 62) 
On a Walk to the North and South Poles (<//.), Can M, XV. Sept, 418 
On the Giant Indians of Tierra del Fuego [ill.), C M, LIX. Mar, jao (XXL 
Mar, 267) 
Cook, Captain James, 1738—1779: Dr. John Hawkesworth : the Friead 
of Dr. Johnson and Historian of Cook, by K. £. Morris, Q M, CCLXXXIX. 
Sept, 3 18 
Cook, Thomas, & Son : The Business of Travel, Y M, XIV. May, 159 
Cooke, Edmund Vance, Poems by, — 

*' At Vulcan's Forge," Chaut. XXX. Jan, 380 
" Alliance," Chaut, XXX. Feb, 488 

"Chesapeake and Shannon. June i, 1813," Chaut, XXXI. July, 35a 
"The Measure of Eyes," Chaut, XXXII. Oct, ai 
" The Spirit of the Gift," Chaut, XXXII. Dec, 244 
Cooke's (Kinloch} Biography of the Duchess of Teck, see imJer 

Teck (Duchess of) 
Cookery, see under Food 
Coolgardie, see under Australia 
Ooolidge. Katharine, Poem by,— "The Mystery of the Mist," A M, 

LXXXVI. Sept, 43 X 
Coolidge, Susan, Poem by,— "The Broken Pattern," Q T, VI. Apr. 

33 
Cooper, John A., 

On Canada and the Tourist [ill.). Can M, XV. May, 3 

On a Canadian National Mint, Can M, XV, Sept, 46a 

On Sirathcona's Horse (/'//.), Can M, XIV. Apr, 529 
Cooper, James Fenimore. (1789— i8si), and "The Last of the 

Mohicans," by Prof. Fred. L. Pattee, Chaut, XXXI. June, 287 
Cooper, J. P., on Annecy, Savoy [ili.)t Arch Rev, VII. Apr, x68, June, ;S^ 
Cooper, Mrs. Martha P., and Her Pictures on Fungi, by George 

Dollar [ill.), Str, XIX. Feb, 165 
Cooper, W. H., and His Designs for Electric Light Fittinss y/. . 

Artist, XXIX. Oct, 105 
Co-operative Movement : 

Some Impressions of the Co-operative Congress at Car J iff, rgoo, hj 
F. Maddison, Econ R, X. July, 363 

The Morality of Co-op:ration, by Dr. Lydia Ross, A, XXIII. Feb, 183 

The Spread of Co-operaiion, by H. W. Wolff, Econ R, X. July, 373 

Co-operative Business vs. Trusts in America, by Duncan Mac.-\Tthnr, A, 
XXIV. July, 6 

Organized Thrift in Ghent, by Vance Thompson [ill.)i Cos, XXIX. Jnly, 

3»9 
Peasant Life in Northern Russia ; Arctic Co-operation, by E. W. Lowrr, 

Q M, CCLXXXIX. Sept, 239 (XXII. Sept, 265) 
Co-operation in the (United States) West, by W. S. Harwood. A M. 

LXXXV. Apr, 539 
Loan Banks, see under Savings Banks 
Copernicus, Nicolaus, 1473—1543 : Copernicus, Tycho Brahe, and Kepkr, 

by Carus Sterne [tit.), O 6, XIV. July, 385 
Copper : 

I h:: World's Supply of Copper, by Frederick H. Hatch [map and mi.% 

Eng M, XVI 11. Mar, 800 (XXI. Apr. 376) ; XIX. Apr, 57 
Polarizaiion and Internal Resistance of the Copper VoUameter, by B. £. 

Moore [dia^rants), Phys R, X Jan, 34 
Copying- Machines : Notes on the Early History of Manifold-Writers and 

Copying-Machines, by G. L. Apperson, Ant, XXXVI. Mar, 87 
Copyright : 
Copyright, E R, CXCI. Jan, 141 (XXI. Feb. x«6) 
The Copyright Bills, 1900, by Lord Thring, N C, XLVII. June, xoc>5 

(XXI. June, 571) 
Lord MonkswelVs Copyright Bill, by G. Herbert Thritig, F R, LXVII- 

Mar, 453 (XXI. Mar, 205) 
The New Copyright Bill, by G. H. Thring, Au, X. Apr, 331 
The Copyright Act and the Five Presentation Copies, Au, XI. June. i(\ 

July, 23, Aug, 4^ 
Anglo-American Literary Copyright, by Alfred Austin, P M M, XXI. 

July. 376 

Qtnndian Copyright, Au, XI. Oct, 84, Nov, xot 
The Walter v. Lane Copyright Case : 
Copyright in Speeches, Au, XL Sept, 64 
The Reporter and the Law of Copyright, by J. Andrew Strahas, 

Law M, XXV L Nov, 35 
What is an Author t by Alex. Moffatt, Jur R, XII. Dec, 317 
Coquelin, Constant, and Sarah Bernhardt, by Henri Fonquier 

(///.), Harp. XLI. Dec, 63 
Corea. sec Korea 
Corelli, Miss Marie, 

Marie Corelli. by Barry Lambert, Q T, VII. Oct, 3 

'II1C Writings of Marie Corelli, by Helen Bru ion- Jerome, Universal, I. 

Oct, 610 
*' The M-Tster Christian " by Marie Corelli : 
Bingley, Hugh, on, I C M, I. Nov, 1x5 
Rogers, Dr. J. Guinness, on. Pur, III. Oct, 769 
Symposium on. Bkman, XIX. Oct, 6 

Uusi(;ned Article on, R R, XXII. Sept, 291 ; Same Article, R R Aiii» 
XVI 1. Oct, 470 
On Patriotism,— or Self- Advertisement ? Universal, L Feb, 5 
On Queen Victoria ill... Universal, I. May, aox 
On Cardinal Vaugtian and Dr. St. George Nlivart, Universal, I. Mar. 89 



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Corfu : 

The Catholic Church in Corfu, by Rev. Daniel Quinn {HI.), C W, LXXI. 

Apr, 17 
The Achilleon, Corfu; a Future Rival of Monte Carlo, by Mrs. E. M. 
Lynch (i//.), Royal, IV. Aug, 339 
Corinth, see under Greece (Aacteni) 

Corinthians, Epistles to, see under Bible and Biblical Criticism 
Cork and Orrery, Countess of, Poem by,—" Les Lavcuscs de Nuit," 

P M M. XX. May, 15 
Com, see under Agriculture 

Corn Laws, Repeal of, 1846, se: nnder Protection and Fair Trade 
Cornish, C. J., 

On Rifle-Shooting ; a Chance for the Public Schools, Nat R, XXXV. Mar, 

81 (XXI. Mar, 234) 
On Dogs That earn Their Living, 0, IX. Oct, sao (XXII. Oct. 378) 
Cornish"s (F. Warre) "Sunningwell " : A ^hilossphic Prebendary, by 

Bernard Holland, Nat R, XXXV. Apr, aS8 
Cornish, Vaughan, on Desert Sand-Dunes bordering the Niie Delt.a [ma^t 

ondiiL), Q J, XV. Jan, 1 (XXI. Feb, 14c) 
Cornwall (see also Padsiow, Peazancs, St. Ives, St. Michael's Mount) : 
llie Bodoiin and Wadebridge Railway ; a Liuk with the Past, by John 

Bosham (<//.), Rail M, VII. Aug. 119 
Folk-Rhvmcs of PUces, by A. L. Salmon, Q M, CCLXXXIX. July, 67 
Half a Mile down a Cornish Tin Mine, by Miss Gertrude Bacon (1// }, 

Q W. XLI. May, 341 
The Corniih Cool^ by H. D. Lowry, J, III. Apr. 347 
An Hour in a Coroish Drang, by Edward Step (i//.), Q Ry II. 

Sept, 1005 
Notes on the Gsolocy and FoasIIs of Devonian Rocks of the North Coast 
of Cornwall, by Howard Fox (///.], Qeol M, VII. Apr, 145 
Corona, see under Astronomy 
Coronation : The Dymoke Family and the Royal Champion of England, 

by Jennie Day Haines, 8t N, XXVII. Mar, £93 
Corporal Punishment : 

Corporal Punishment, by Rev. W. D. Morrison, Law M, XXV. 

May, 961 
Inhumanity in Schools, by Miss Honnor Morten, Humane R, I. Apr. 16 
The Society for the Reformation of School Discipline, by L. W. Williams, 
Humane R, I. July, 190 
Corporations, Trusts, Syndicates, see Syndicates 
Corporations, Trusts, Syndicates in the United States, see under 

United States 
Corsica : 

I kThe Corsican at Home, by Charles Edwardes, Mac, LXXXII. Sept, 367 
(XXII. Sept, a6o} 
Bonifacio ; a Quaint Town of Corsica, C J, III. Nov, 746 
Butterfly-Collecting in Corsica, by Dr. H. C. Lang (i//.), Sc Q, VI. Apr, 
321 
Cortona, see under Italy 
Cosby, Dudley S. A., on the Hard Case of the Iitsh Landlords, W R, CLIV. 

Aug, 194 (XaII. Aug, 178) 
Cosmopolitanism : or the Lessons of Travel, by Prof. d'Arcy Went- 

WOTth lliompson, J Ed, XXI I. Sept, 559 
Costermongers, see under Street-Trading 
Costliest Table Delicacy— The Ortolan, by G. Day (i//.), P M, IX. 

May, 551 
Cottage Row at Thompson's Island, Boston, Mass. : A Government 
of Boys, for Boys, by Boys, by Max B. Thrasher {i//.), N E M, XXII. 
Apr, 193 
Cotton, Albert Louis, on the Letters of de Brosses, Q M, CCLXXXVIII. 

May, 443 
Cotton, Sir Arthur, (1803—1899}, and the "Life" by Lady Hope : 
Miss Florence Anne Fulcher on it^/.). Sun H, Nov, 3a 
Unsigned Article on, R R, XXII. Nov, 497 
Cotton : 

The Cotton-Seed ; a Plea for the New Cereal, by Edwin L. Johnson, F, 

XXX. Sept, 51 (XXII. Oct, 383) 
Cotton in America,' by John Gilmer Speed (/V/.), AInslee, IV. Jan, 

780 
Cotton-Mills in Cotton-Fields in America, by Leonora Beck Ellis (*?/.), 

R R A, XXII. July, 6x 
A Southern Milt Town in North Carolina, by Holland Thompson, P Sc Q, 

XV. Mar, x 
Cotton-Seed Oil as used and abused, J, III. Jan, xo 
The Low Nile of 1899 in relaiioti to the Cotton Crop of 1900, by S. 

Williamson Wallace, Black, CLXVII. Feb, 247 
Some Policies of the Cotton Spinners' Trade Unions, by S. J. Chapman, 
Econ J, X. Dec, 467 
Coubertin. Baron Pierre de, 

On the Possibility of a War between England and France, F R, LXVIL 

May, 7x9 (XXI. May, 458) 
On the German Empire (/V/.). R R A. XXL Feb, 177 (XXL Feb, 150) 
On the Meeting of the Olympian Games in Paris, N A R, CLXX. June, 
80a (XXII. July, 63) 
Couch, A. T. Quiller, on the "Letters of Thomas Edward Brown," M R, 

I. Oct, xsa (XX 11. Oct, 378) 
Cougars : The Big Game of Canada, by C. A. Bramble (<//.}, Can M, XIV. 

Mar, 464 
Counties : 

The Commission of Lieutenancy in Counties, by Sir Sherston Baker, 

Law M, XXV. May, 275 
Local History, Local Records, see Local History 
The Counties of Authors, see List under Literature 
Country and Country-Life, see Rural Life, Nature, Natural History, 
etc. 



Country Holidays : 

The Country Holiday Fund : Town Children in the Country, by Mrs. S. A . 
Barnett, N C, XLVIII. July, 100 (XXII. July, 47) 

The Houss Beautiful ; a Convalescent Home for Children nt Bournsmouth, 
by R. E. Peng.-lly (/?/.), Pur, III. June, 43a 
Country House Architecture, see under Architscture 
Countryman, Qratia A., on Work for a State Library Commission, Libr J, 

XXV. Aug, £1 
County Council of London : 

The I^ndon Government Act, 1890 ; London Government reorganized, by 
Percy W. L. Ashley, Mun A, IV. Sept, 481 

The County Council and the Housing Question, see under Housing 
Question 

The New Street from Holbom to the Strand, see under London 

The London County Council's Views as to the Custody and Arrangement 
of Local Records in Libraries, Libr A R, II. Aug, 425 
Courage, Bravery, etc., (see aLso Heroism) : 

Courage, by L. K Whipple, New Cycle, XL Mar, 172 
Coursing;, see under Dogs 
Court Beauty— Mary Villiers, Duchess of Richmond and Lennox, 

TB,CXXLSept. iii 
Courtesy, see under Manners 
Courtney, Leonard,— Character Sketch, by William Clarke (tV/.), Y M, 

XIV. Aug, 253 
Courtver, Book by Count B. Castiglione, H. Schutz Wilson on, Q M, 

CCLXXXIX. Nov, 461 
Cowan, Edward A., on His Joiuney across the Lapland Alps {map and t//.], 

J Man Q 8, XVI. Oct. xo6 
Coward, Dr. Henry, on the Training of a Chorus, Mus T, XLI. June, 380, 

July, 448 
Cowardice : The Culture of Cowardice, by Ouida, Humane R, I. July, 

xio 
Cowboy Life, see tuder Cattle 

Cowen, F. H., on Conducting, Mus T, XLI. Feb, 98, May, 307 
Cowper, William, (1731— 1800J, and the Cowper Centenary: 

Cowper and His Friends, by Lndy Verney (<//.;, Sun H, Jan, X58 

Cowper's Homes and Haunts, by E. Clarke (///.), Pur, III. Apr, 367 
• Cowper's Ouse, by J. C. Tarver, Mac, LXXXII. Jime. 135 

The Maries of Bums and Cowper, by J. R. Aiiken (rV/.}, Q T, V. Mar, 

385 
The Preacher's Study of Cowper, by Rer. George F. Greene, Horn R, XL. 

Dec, 504 
Other Biographical and Critical Articles on Cowper, by, — 

Eirrell, Augustine, (1//.), L H. XLVIII. Apr, 497 (XXI. Apr, 365) 
Dennis, John, (<//.), Sun H, Apr, 353 
Douglas, G., (x//.), E I, XXIII. Apr, 69 
Farrar, Dean. (<Z/.), Q T, VI. Apr, 56 
Law, Alice, F R, LXVIL May, 75s (XXL May, 461) 
Moorhouse, Arthur, L Q, III. Apr, 333 
Ross, Rev. James H., Hom R, XL. Sept, aSx,Nov, 474 
Urbaniis Sylvan, C, VIII. May, 694 

Unsigned Articles (*V/.}, Q, Apr. 552; W R. CLIIl. May, 53a (XXI. 
May, 481) 
Cows, see under Cattle, Dairy- Farming 
Cox. Senator Qeorge A.,— A Canadian Celebrity, by J.K.M. (1?/.), Can M, 

XIV. Apr, 504 
Cox, J. Charles, on the Old and New Churches of St. Michael, Barton-le- 

Street, York«hire (i//.). Rel, VL Oct, 3x3 
Cox, Mi^or-Qen. Jacob D., 
On the Chickamauga Crisis, 1863, Scrib, XXVIII. Sept, 336 
On the Sherman-Johnston Convention, 1865, Scrib, XXVIII. Oct, 489 
Cox, J. Q. Snead, on French Canada and the Empire, N C, XLVIII. Nov, 

777 (XXII. Nov. 475) 
Cox, Mabel, 
On Dress on the Stage, Artist, XXVIII. July, 130, Aus;, X96 
On the Home Arts and Industries Association (///.}, Artist, XXVIII. July, 
145 
Coyote: Tito; the Story of an American'Coyote, by Earnest Seton-Thompsoa 

(///.), Scrib, XXVUI. Aug, X3t, Sept, 316 
Crabs : 

Mimicry and Other Habits of Crabs, by Matthias Dunn, C R, LXXVII. 

May, 639 (XXI. May, 474) 
Crabs That swim, by Edward Step f ///.}, Sun M, XXIX. Sept, 607 
Hermits and Their Friends, by £dward S(ep (x//.), Q W, XLI. Aug, 
564 
Cradock. Colonel, (Lord Howden), X799— X873 : Col. Cradock's Missions 

to Esypt, X727 and 1728, by Prof. Alfred Stern, E H, XV. Apr, 377 
Craig Colony Farm, New York, by Sydney Brooks (///.), R R A, XXI. 

Mar, 313 
Craigie, Mrs., see Hobbes John Oliver) 
Craigie Mrs. M. E.. and American Free Park Libraries, by Miss 

Elizabeth L. Banks {i//.), Q, May, 630 (XXI. May, 57a) 
Cram, Ralph Adams, 
On Japanese Domestic Interiors (///.), Arch Rev, VII. Jan, 10 
On thi Cherries of Ueno. Japan, A M, LXXXV. Apr, 479 
Cranborne Manor, Dorsetshire, Mabel Moore on (///.), Lud, X. 

June, loi 
Crandall, Charles H., Poem by,—" The Faith of the Trees," Harp, XL. 

Aug. 444 
Crane, Stephen, died i(yoo : 

Stephen Crane, by H. G. Wells, N A R, CLXXI. Aug, 333 
On the Great Boer Trek in 1836, Cos, XXIX. June, 153 
On Great Battles, Lipp, LXV. Mar, 405, .Apr, 571J. May, 759, June, 934; 
LXVI. July, 140, Aug, 399, Sept, 46a, Oct, 013, Nov, 781 
Crane, Walter, Poem by,— *' Jotin Kuskin," St'Q, IIL July, X23 



70 



INDEX TO THE 



Cranes. 



ClUMB AND PfttSONS. 



Cranes : 

Foundry Cranes, by Joseph Homer (<//.], Cas M, XVIII. Julv, 214 

Electric Cranes in German Harbours, oy Louis J. Magee {ul.)t Cas M, 
XVIII. Aug, 967 

Cranes, etc., at the Paris Exhibition, by Jos. Homer (<//.)> Cas M, XVIII. 
Oct. 451 (XXII. Nov, 479) 
Crane's-Bill or Wild Qoranium, by Miss S. Armitt, P R, XI. 

May, 320 
Crawford, Earl of. and the Freedonn of Wigan, Libr A R, II. 

Sept, 480 
Crawford, Mrs. Emily, on President Loubet (f7/.}, Q W, XLI. Jan, 55 

(XXI. Jan, 51) 
Creation, see under Bible and Biblical Criticism 
Creation Myths of the Zufiis, by Mrs. Hooper, Theos R, XXVI. Apr, 

Creature, Friend of,— The Relation of Man to Animals, by Countess 

Maninengo-Cesaresco, C R, LXXVII. June, 835 (XXI. June, S75) 
Cree Indians of Canada : A Sunday School among the Cree Indians, by 

Egerton R. Young [ill.)^ Sun H, Apr, 395 
Creeds, see under Church and C hristianity 
Creeping and Walking, by August W. Trettieo, A J Psychol, XII. 

Oct, I 
Creighton, Prof. J. E., 

On "Psychology and Life "by Prof. H. Munsterbcrg, Phil R, IX. Jan, 
81 

On •• Spinozistic Immortality " by Prof. G. S. Fullerton, Phil R, IX. July, 

4«3 
Creighton, Dr. Mandell, Bishop of London (184^— 1901) : 
Bishop Creighton, by IgnoU (///.), Sun Str, L Feb, 193 (XXI. Feb, 

183) 
Fulham Palace, by Miss Beatrice Creighton [til.). Art J, XVI. Oct, 297 
On Klizabethan London, C, VIII. Jan, z (XXI. Jan, 48) 
On Some Friars of Old [tit.), Lud, XI. Dec, 99 
Creighton, Mrs., by Ignota (i//.). Sun Str, I. Feb, 193 (XXI. Feb, 

183) 
Creighton, Miss Beatrice, on Fulham Palace {ill.). Art J, XVI. Oct, 

Cremation : 

J he Case for Cremation, by John Day Thompson, P M Q, XXII. Jan, 82 
The Ethics of Cremation, Q R, CXCII. July, 45 (XXII. Aug, 157) 
Cinerary Uras recently discovered on Stanton Moor, Derbyshire, by Juhn 

W:.rd (i//.), Rel. VI. Jan, 25 
Bronze Age Burials on Fairsaape Farm, Bleasdale, Lancashire [Hi ), Rel, 
VI. Oct, 2^8 
Creosoting Timber for Estate Purposes, by J. Pearson, Land M, IV. 

June, 412 
Crespi, A. H., on Rural Exodus and Allotments, Land M, IV. Feb, 158 
Crespi, Dr. Alfred J. H., 
On Vegetarianism as a Cure for Intemperance, New C R, VII. Jan, 27 
On the Fmit Supply, New C R, Vlll. Oct, 307 
On the Case against Vivisection, New C R, VI 11. Aug, 199 
On the Birmingham New Water Works, New C R, Vlll. Nov, 358 
On House Room, New C R. VII. Mar, 249 
On the Homes of the Poor, New C R. Vllf. Sept, 24a 
On National Progress. New C R, VII. May, 356 
On the Preaching Capacity of the Clergy, New C R. VII. July, 8 
On the St. John Ambulance Association and Its Work, New C R, VII. 

June, 484 
On Joseph Chamberlain as He was and as He is. New C R, VII. Feb, 163 
Crests, see under Heraldry 
Creswell, Buikeley, 
On Emanuel Hospital, Westminster (///.), Arch Rev, VII. Jan, 17 
On a New Scheme of Arrangement for Sculpture Galleries (r//.), Arch Rev, 
VIII. Nov, aoo 
Cretaceous System, see under Geology 
Crete : The Exploration of Crete, by D. G. Hogarth, C R, LXXVII. Nov, 

794 (XXII. Dec, 566) 
Creus6t, France : Where '* Lone Tom " was made, by M. Dinorben 

Griffith and D. Bril [Hi.), Str, XIX. May, 494 (XXI. May, 479) 
Cr«ve-Coeur, Illinois, Kev. Frank J. O'Reilly on [til.), C W, LXXI. Apr, 

88 
Creyke, Mrs. Caroline, on Voice-Culture, N C, XLVIII. Nov, 764 
Cricket : 
The Parlous Condition of Cricket, by Horace G. Hutchinson, Nat R, 

XXXV. July, 789 (XXII. July, 73) 
More about the Cricket Problem, by Hon. and Rev. E. Lyttelton, Bad M, 

XL Dec, 647 
New Light on Old Cricket, by James Phillips, Black, CLXVII. June, 

780 
Throwing the Cricket-Ball, by W. J. Ford, Bad M, X. May, 574 
Fielding, by H. D. Leveson-Gower, Bad M, XL July, 45 
Some Hints on Cricket Captaincy, by Gilbert L. Jessop, Nat R, XXXV. 

May, 427 
Cricket Captaincy, C J, II f. July, 465 

On Cricket Cnptains, by Home Gordon, Bad M, X. Tune, 636 
Lord Hawke at Home, by M. Randal Roberts [ill.), C F M, XXXL 

June, iS 
Seven Popular Cricketers, by M. Randal Roberts [ill.), C F M, XXXL 

Sept, 354 
Heroes of the Cricket Field, by A. Porritt [Ul.), Y M, XIV. May, 145, 

June. 181 
Some Famous Cricketers* Hands, by M. Randal Roberts [ill.), W M, XII. 

June, 17 
The First Centuries of Famous Cricketers, by M. Randal Roberts [ill.), 
W M, XII. July, T7S (XXII. July, 8a) 



Criminal Responsibility, by Prof. 



Cricket— Gontioued. 
Drawn Matches at Cricket, by W. J. Ford, Nat R, XXXVI. Sept, xoo 
The Cost of the County Cncket Season, by H. Macfarlane (1//.}, Capt, 

III. Sept, 50a 
The Coming Cricket Season, by Home Gordon, Bad M, X. Apr, 45s 
Lord's Up-to-Date, by R. D. Walker, Bad M, X. Mar, 322 
The Schoob at Lord's [ill.), PS M, VI. Sept, xo8 
Society at Lord's, by Mrs. Maud Rawson (»/.), L R, VIII. July, 27 x 
Gentlemen v. Players, by Home Gordon, Bad M, XL July, 76 
Some Village Cricket, by W. Beach Thomas [HI.]. Bad M, XL Oct, 377 
Cricket for GiHs, by Ethel H. Rigby (///.), Q R, 11. May. 708 
Curious Incidents at Cricket, by W. J. Ford (///.), Str, XX. July, 57 

Crickets: llie Wonders of House (tickets, by James Scott {ill.), Y M, 
XIV. Apr, 135 

Crime and Prisons (see also Suicide, Anarchists) : 
A Fublic Prosecutor in Criminal Cases, by John Johnston, W R, CLIV. 

Dec, 69a 
Can Sentences be standardised 7 by Montague Crakanthorpe, N C, XLVIL 

Jan, 103 (XXI. Jan, 60) 
llie Appellate Jurisdiction of the Home Office, by Appellant, Humane R, 

I. July, 151 
Crinunal Procedure at Storaoway, Jur R, XII. Jime, 176 
French Criminal Procedure, Q R, CXCI. Jan, X98 (XXI. Feb, iss) 
The Case of Lieut. Wark; Judicial Murder, by E. R. Grain, Univ, XIL 

Criminal Statistics, 1898, Law M, XXV. Au?, 45a 

Crime in Ireland, by Rosa M. Barrett, H, XVI. Feb, xio (XXL Fri>, 142] 

Criminnl Sociology, bv Frances A. Kellor, A, XXIIL Mar, 30Z, May, 

5x6; Same Article, Arena Q, 1. June, 1x3 
The Universal Illusion of Free Will and Crimii 

A. Hamon, Univ, XII. 79 
Savages and Criminals, by Prof. Ferrero, H, XVII. Dec 397 (XXXL 

Dec. 577) 
Pr.son Laboratories, by C. R. Henderson, A J Soc. VI. Nov. ^x6 
The Bicycle and Crime, by Prof. Lombroso [ill.), P M M, XX. Mar, 310 

(XXI. Mar. 359) 
Our Present Pedantic Penolosy, by A. R, Whiteway, H, XVII. Sept, X77 
Progress in Penology, by S. T. Barrows, F, XXX. Dec, 44s 
Crime and the Treatment of Criminals, by B. O. Flower, A. XXIV. Dec, 65^ 
'Ihe Development of Prevailing Ideas as to the Right Treatment of 

Criminals, by Rev. W. A. Knight, B S, LVII. Apr, 317 
The Ethics of Punishment, by D. F. Hannisan. New C R, VII L July, 50 
Prison Reform, by Rev. John Cooney, M, XCVL Dec, 597 
Corporal Punishment, by Rev. W. D. Morrison, Law M, XXV. May. a*t 
Shall Hanging end with the Nineteenth Century 7 by Dr. Josiah OldfieM, 

Humane R, I. Apr, 58 
Restitution to Victims of Crime, by J. Albert Stowe, A, XXIV. July, toa 
Recreations of Prison in France, by Tighe Hopkins, P M M, XXII. Nov. 

335 (XXII. Nov. 456) 
Women as Criminals, by H. Harrell, A, XXIV. July, 708 
Criminality among Women, by Frances A. Kellor, A, XXIII. May, 516; 

Same Article, Arena Q, 1. June, 119 
Psychological and Environmental Study of Women Criminals, by Frances .A. 

Kellor, A J Soc, V. Jan, «27, Mar, 671 
Female Convicts and Their Guardians, by S., Y W, VIII. Apr, a6c 
Women in Penal Servitude at Aylesbury, by Mary Fermor («//.), P M. IX. 

Mar, 975 (XXI. Mar, 284) 
Vcuthful Offenders and Parental Responsibility, by Thomas Holmes, C R, 

LXXVII. June, 845 (XXI. June, 575) 
Hooliganism and Juvenile Crime, by Rev. Andrew A, W. Drew, H C, 

XLVIII. July, 89 (XXIL July. 76) 
The Food of Convicts, by 666 B [ill.), Harmt, IV. July, 549 
Strange Prison Services, by Charles Cook [ill.), Q, Feb, 330 
A Pesp into a Prison Librarv, by W. Harx-ey, LIbr W, II. Jan, 183 
Princetown; a Great Convict Settlement, by B.F. [ill.)^ E I, XXIII. 

July, 370 
A Day at Dartmoor, by Major Arthur Griffiths [Ul.), P M M, XXIL 

Oct. 200 (XXIL Oct, 378) 
Bedford County Jail; a Notable Prison, by Una Orman Cooper {iU.\ 

G W, XLI. Nov, 73a 
Broadmoor; the Criminal Lunatic Asylum, by George Griffith {til.\ P M, 

X. July, 30 
Botany bay, by W. H. S. Aubrey, C J. III. Dec, 778 
Some Notable Murder Cases, by WUliam F. Howe, Cos. XXIX. 

379 fXXIL Sept, a8o} 
I'he Case of Mrs. Maybrick, by a Member of the New York Bar. A A, III. 

June, 485 
John Thurtell ; an Historical Villain, Mac, LXXXII. June, jy> 
M:«r(}uise Marie Madeleine de Brinvilliers and Others: a Gju^ of 

Poisoners at the Court of Louis XIV., Mac, LXXXII. Oct. 433 
Marquise Marie Madeleine de Brinvilliers ; a Dark Episode of the Reiga of 

Louis XIV.. by Barbara de Courson, M, XCV. Apr. 387 
Sip^do and Simon Bernard, — 1858 and 1903, by John F. Taylor, F R. 

LXVIII. Sept, 486 (XXIL Sept, 279) 
Anarchy, see Anarchy 
A Burglary in Lime Street, 1664, by Major Martin A. S. Hume, E I, XXIII. 

May, 178 
Burglary Insurance. Bank, LXX. Oct, 541 
Some Criminal Trials of the Eighteenth Century, by Lex, Humane R, L 

Oct, 249 
Liie'ary Forgery, see under Literature 
*' Romances of Roguery" by Frank W. Chandler : The Rascal as Hexo.feT 

Edith K. Dunion, A M, LXXXV. July, 135 
The Catholic Prisoners' Aid Society, by Rev. John Cooney, M, XCV. 

Mar, 289 



CxiMS AND Prisons. — Coatinued. 



PERIODICALS OF 1900. 



Cry for Capacity (in Politics). 



71 



Crime and Pritont— continued. 
The Salvation Army Piison-Gate Home, by W. H. Hant (i//.), G T, VI. 

May, XX7 
Miss Honnor Morten on Her Work among Women Prisoners; Inter\'iew, 

by Miss Hulda Friederichs (i//.), Y W, VHI. May, 30a 
United States : 
Is Crime increasing? by Roland P. Falkner, F, XXIX. Jtily, 596 

(XXII. Aug, 180} 
The True Purpose of Penitentiary Penalties, by Amos Steckel, A, 

XXIII. Apr. 400 
The Making of Honest People, by £. W. McDaniel, A, XXIII. Apr, 

390 
New Crimes and Penalties, by Dr. Samuel J. Barrows, F, XXVIIl. Jan, 

529 
Psychological and Environmental Study of Women Criminals, by Frances 

A. Kellor, A J 80c, V. Jan. 537, Mar, 671 
Prison Laboratories, by C. K. Henderson. A J. 80c, VI. Nov, 3x6 
Crime among the Negroes of Chicago, by Monroe N. Work, A J 80c, 

VI. Sept. >04 
Municipalities and Vice, Mun A, IV. Dec, 69S 
Ludlow Street Jail; New York's MarshaJsea, by W. J. Roe, A, XXIII. 

Jan, 31 
Mrs. Ellen Johnson and the Sherbom Prison for Women, by Mrs. 

Isabel C. Harrows (aT/.), N E M, XXI. Jan, 6x4 
Mission to Discharged Prisoners ; the Work of the Hops Halls, by Mrs. 

Mand Balllngton Booth, Mis R, XIII. Oct, 753 
The Star of Hop* (Newspaper) at Sbg Sing, by Hutchins Hapgood, 

Ainslee, V. July, 543 .> . 

The Story of the Great Philadelphia-Lancaster Counterfeiting Conspiracy ; 

Ten Millions or Ten Years, by John E. Wilkie (t//.). Fr L. L. Sept, 

498 
George Currie and His Bandits ; the ** Hold-up" of the Overland Flyer, 

by A. BurkhoUer (Mi.u W W, V. Sept, 617 
Siberian Exiles : the Reproach of Russia, by Dr. Nathan M. Babad [ili.U 

Fr L, I. Oct, 523 
Capital Punishment for passing Counterfeit Bank Notes ; a Bank Note That 
helped a Reformation, x8x8, by Kev. J. A. Dron (j//.), Q W, XLI. Uct, 
689 (XXII. Oct, 387J 
English Midshipmen and French Prisons, X807, by Eveline C. Godley, 

Long. XXXVI. Aug, 331 (XXII. Aug. 166) 
Caged in France, by Rev. P. H. Ditdifield, Q M, CCLXXXIX. Oct, 

396 
The Bastille of Perugia, by Constance Tod-Mercer (1//.), Lud, IX. Feb, 

^76 
Prisoners of War, see under Armies 
St. Helena as a State Prison, see St. Helena 
Crimea and the Crimean War, 1854—1856 : 

In the Haunted Crimea, by Mrs. M6nie Muriel Norman, C R, LXXVIII. 

July, 38 (XXn. July, 77) 
A Crimean Miniature, C, VIII. Jan, x6 (XXI. Jan, 66} 

The Relief Funds, by Eari Nelson, N C, XLVII. Mar, 39a 

A Handful of Crimean War Poems : Wanted— a New War Pcet, by Mrs. 

Henry Birchenongh, N C, XLVUI. Oct, 639 

Cripple Creek, Colorado, Francis Lynde on {ill.), 8crib, XXVII. May, 

603 
Crispi, F. , on China and the Western Nations, N A R, CLXXI. Nov, 693 

(XXU. Dec, 555) 
Criticism : 

Criticism of Literattire, see under Literature 
Dramatic Criticism, see under Theatres and the Drama 
C riticitm of Art, see under Art 

Biblical Criticism, see imder Bible and Biblical Criticism 
Crockett, 8. R., 

On a Romancer s Local Colour {ill.\ W M, XII. Jime, 3 
On Scott's " Guy Mannering"; My Favourite Novelist and His Best Book, 
Munsey, XXlII. May, 297 
Crocodiles : Man-Eating Crocodiles and Their Ways, by Rev. T. R. 

Edwards [ill.), W W, V. May, 909 
Croft, Dr. William, Musician, X678— 1737, F. G. Edwards on [ill.), 

Mus T, XLI. Sept, 577 
Croker, Richard, and the Nomination of William J. Bryan for 
the United 8tates Presidency, July 4, 1900: What I saw at 
Kansas City, by Poultney Bigelow, C R, LXXVIII. Sept. 44a (XXII. 
Sept, 277) 
Cromwell, Oliver, 1699—1658, and the Commonwealth, 1648—1660 : 
•• Oliver CromweU" by Dr. S. R. Gardiner, C. H. Firth on, E H, XV. 
Jan, 171 
~ "Oliver Cromwell and the Rule of the Puritans in England" by C. 
H. Firth : 
Gardiner, S. R., on, E H, XV. Oct, 803 
Harrison, Frederic, on, C, IX. Aug. 169 (XXII. Aug, 178) 
■** Oliver Cromwell " by John Morley : 

Samuel Gardiner on, C R. LXXVIII. Dec, 8ai (XXII. Dec, 573) 
Unsigned Article on, R R, XXII. Nov. 493 ; Same Article, R R Aus, 
XVII. Dec. 696 
Oliver CromweU, by John Morley (rV/.), C M, LIX. Jan, 438 (XXI. Jan, 
40}^ Feb, 566, Mar, 730 (XXI. Mar, 367), Apr, 879 (XXI. Apr, 361); 
LX. May, 69 (XXI. May, 48r), June, 336 (Xxl. June, 564), Inly, 381, 
(XXIL July, 79}, Aug, 588 (XXII. Aug, 174}, Sept, 730 (XXII. S«pt, 
af 8), Oct, 874 
Cromwell's Place in History, by Charles H. Firth, Critic, XXXVI. Apr, 

3P9 
Oliver Cromwell, by Theodore Roosevelt (ill.), 8crlb, XXVII. Jan, 3, 

Feb, X90, Mar, sox, Apr, 447, May, 527, June, 685 (XXI. June, 5E0} 

Cromwe)I.l>y Lord Rosebery (r//.}. Critic, XXXVI. Jan, 43 



Cromwell, Oliver— continued. 
Some Recent Views of Oliver CromweU (<//.), Critic, XXXVII. Dec, 

497 
Cromwell's Constitutional Aims, by Prof. S. R. Gardiner, C R, LXXVII. 

Jan, 133 (XXI. Jan, 59) 
Cromwell's Constitutional Experiments, by J. P. Wallis, NC. XLVII. Mar, 

443 (XXI. Mar, 364) 
CromweU and Liberty, by Rev. George McDermot (j7/.), C W, LXXI. 

July, 487 
Cromwell and Chamberlain, by Rev. George Walters, A, XXIV. Aug, 

X13 
Cavalier and Roundhead at Basing Castle, 1643-5 ; a Famous Siege, by 

H. H. Bates («//.), T M, IV. Sept, 1043 
■Cromwell and the PUgrim Fathers, 1649; CromweU's Opportunity, by E. S. 

Brooks {ill.), 8t N, XXVII. Mar. 434 
llie Navy under CromweU; Its Strength and Cost, 1654, by Charles 

Dalton, J R U 8 I, XLIV. Oa, xt8i 
Two Naval Actions of the Commonwealth, by H. B. Goodwin, Naut M, 

LXIX. May, 377 
CromweU and His Cavah-y, by Ueut.-CoL F. N. Maude [plan), U 8 M, 

CXLII. June, aax, July, 331 
Colchester during the Commonwealth, by J. H. Round, E H, XV. Oct, 641 
The Puritans at Oxford, by H. W. Strong, Pur, HI. Apr, 330 
The State and Education during the Commonwealth, by Prof. Foster 

Watson, E H, XV. Jan, 58 
Descendants of Oliver Cromwell in Calcutta, by C. R. Wilson, A Q, IX. 
Apr, 360: X. July, 138 
Cromwell, Richard, Protector, lived 1626 — xjxa, by Sir Richard Tangye, 

C J, III. Jan, 34 
Cronje, Q»f\. Piet, 
The Cincinnatus of the Transvaal [ill.), R R, XXI. Mar, 3x3 
Gen. Cronje and His Capture {ill.), R R A, XXI. May, 575 
Gen. Cronje at St. Helena, see under St. Helena 
Poem on Cronje : "Cronje's Last Stand," C W, LXXI. Apr, 66 
Cronstadt, Father John of, see John (Father) 
CronwriKht-8chrelner, 8. C, on the Settlement in Scuth Africa after the 

War, N A R, CLXXI. July, xa4 
Crook, W. M., on Young Men in Politics and Journalism ; Interview [ill.), 

Y M, XIV. Feb, 64 
Crops, see under Agriculture, etc. 
Croquet : 
Croquet, by Mrs. G. W. Willock {ill.), L R, VIII. Aug, 456 
The Possibilities of Croquet for Women, by Kathleen Waldron {ill.), Q R, 

II. Aug. 999 
The New Croquet, by G. H. Powell, Bad M, XI. Aug, 169 
Cros Family, by A. T. Gibert [ill.). Art J, XVI. May, X53 
Cros, Henry, French Artist, A. T. Gibert on («//.), Art J, XVI. May, 

Crosby, Ernest H., Poem by,— '* Joy in Work," 8t Q, HI. July, X56 

Crosses : 
The Crucifixion, see under Bible and Biblical Criticism 
The Seal of Christ, by Dr. Paul Carus [ill.), O C. XIV. Apr, 339 
Headington Cross, Oxfordshire, by W. Henry Jewut (///.), Ant, XXXVL 

Two Ancient Ribbleside Crosses, by W. H. Burnett (i//. }, Ant, XXXVL 

June, 178 
The High Crosses of Ireland, by G. H. Orpen [ill.), L H, XLVIII. 
AufF, £83 
Crossley, Miss Ada, Singer : Interview, by Miss Isabel Brooke- Alder 

(«//.). YW, IX. Nov, 63 
Crossley, Francis William, (1839— X897), and the *' Life" by Dr. J. 

Rendel Harris, Rev. k. P. Downes on ( ///.). Q T, V. Mar, 356 
Crowds : The Dominance of the Crowd, by Gerald S. Lee, A M, LXXXVI. 

Dec, 754 
Crowninshleld, Frederic, Artist, on It»ly {ill.), 8crib, XXVII. Feb. 353 
Crows : French Farmers and the Crow Nuisance, by £. Conner, Land M, 

IV. Nov, 756 
Croydon, 8urrey : Whitgift's Hospital, by G. Clinch {ill.). Arch Rev, 

VIII. Dec. 373 
Crozier's (Dr. John Beattie) " My Inner Life " : 
Croder's Sc.^le, by Horace Seal, W R. CLIII. ^une, 673 
The Confession of an Enquiring Spirit, by T. Sharper Knowlson, Q T, V. 
Mar, 383 
Crucifixion, see under Bible and Biblical Criticism 
Cruelty to Animals : 
The Rights of Animals, by Henry S. Salt, I J E, X. Jan, 206 ; Reply to, 
by Prof. D. G. Ritchie, I J E, X. Apr, 387 ; and Rejoinder, by H. b. 
Salt, I J E, X. Apr, 389 
The Administration of ihe Cruelty to Animals Act of x876,by Hon. Stephen 
Coleridge, F R, LXVII. Mar, 393 (XXI. Mar, 365); and Reply to 
(Letter], by Stephen Paget, F R, LXVll. Apr, 714 
The Protection of Animals in France, by A. Curtis, Humane R, I. Apr. 49 
Cruikshank, Qeorge, 1793 — 1878: Bnnk Restriction Note by Cruikshank, 
1878 ; a Bank Note That helped a Reformation, by Kt\. J. A. Dron {ill.], 
Q W, XLI. Oct, 689 (XXIL Oct. 387) 
Cruisers, see under Navies 
Crunden, F. M., on the Public Library of St. Louis, Mo. ; H&w Things are 

done in One American Library, Llbr, I. Mar, 147, June, ago, Sept, 384 
Crustaceans ^see also Crabs, WoodUce; and Fossil Ciustaceans (under 
Geology) ) : 
The Karkinokosm, or World of Crustacea, by Rev. Thomas R. R. Stebbing 

(ill.), K, XXIII. Apr, 73, July, 16a. Sept, an. Dec, 206 
Notes on Spinnirg Animals, by H. Wallis Kew til.). 8c Q, VII. Aug, 75 
Cry for Capacity (in Politics), by H. W. Massingham, C R, LXXVII. 
Feb, 3c8 (XXI. Feb, X41} 



72 



INDEX TO THE 



Crystal Palack. 



Cyprus. 



Crystal Palace : 

August Manns and His Work at the Crystal Palace, by C. Colquhoun [ill. ), 
T M, IV. May, 679 (XXI. May, 475) 

The Handel Festival at the Crystal Palace, see under Handel 

Messis. Lyons, Ltd., Caterers ; How Crowds are fed at the Crystal Palace, 
by Austin Fryers [ili-], Lud, X. Oct, 575 
Crystals : The Lothair CrysLil in the British Museum, by W. H. J. Weale 

{iiL\ M Art, XXV. Dec, 57 
Cuba : 

Cuba of Today and Tomorrow, by J. D. Whelplcy, A M, LXXXVI. July, 

A Plea for the Annexation of Cuba, by a Cuban, F, XXX. Oct, 20a (XXII. 

Now, 481) 
American Misgovemment of Cuba, by Major J. £. Runcie, N A R, CLXX. 

Feb, 984 (XXL Mar, 344) 
The United States in Cuba, by Leonora B. Ellis, A, XXIV. July, 57 
Cuba under Spain and under the United States, by Rev. G. Lester {ili.)^ 

Mis R, XIII. Mar, 197 
The Cuban Republic— Limited, by W. Wellman, R R A, XXII. Dec, 708 

(XXII. Dec, 569) 
Can there ever be a Cuban Republic? by J. I. Rodriquez, F,- XXX. Dec, 

4^6 
Why Cuba should be independent, by Rev. C. W. Currier, F, XXX. Oct, 

i39(XXIL Nov. 481) 
The Cubsn War, by Edwin D. Mead, N E M. XXIII. Nov, 345 
The President's War, by De B. Randolph Keim (*//.), Fr L, L. June, 107 
Maritime Law in the Spanish War, by Prof. J. B. Moore, P oc Q, XV. 

Sept, 399 
Ceneral Leonard Wood, by Ray S. Baker (///.), McCI, XIV. Feb, 368 
The Aftermath of War, bvMary C. Francis (/V/.), Munsey, XXII. Jan, 539 
The Census of Cuba, by Wesley C. Mitchell, J P Econ, IX. Dec. 195 
The Outlook in Cuba from a Commercinl Engineering Point of View, by 

E. Sherman Guuld, Cas M, XVII. Apr, 498 
Sugar EngineerinR in Cuba, by E. Sherman Gould [ill.)^ Cas M, XVIII. 

Sept, 379 (XXII. Oct, 38s) 
University and School in the late Spanish Colonies, by J. J. 0'Shea,~ATC~Q, 

XXV. Apr, 399 
The Coming of the Cuban Teachers, H Q M, VIII. June, 506 
The Cuban Teachers at Haivard, by Roger CInpp, Ed R A, XX. Oct, 

330 
The Cuban Summer School, by E. C. Hills, H Q M, IX. Sept, 37 
The Church in Cuba, by Charles W. Currier, Cons R, III. Mar. 190 
The (Catholic) Church and the Church Property in the Island of Cuba, by 

J. I. Rodriquei, ACQ. XXV. Apr, 366 
Cuba as a Field for Emigration, C J, III. Nov, 708 
Architecture in the New American Colonics, by M. Schuyler (<//.}, 

Arch Rec, IX. Jan, 377 
Society in Cuba, by Mary C. Francis («//.), Munsey, XXIII. July. ^77 
The Social Life of Havana, by T. Bcntley Mott (1//.), Scrib, XXVIf. 

Feb, 17a 
A Mi.lwinter Tramp from Santiago to Havana, by H. Phelps Whitmarsh, 

C M, LIX. Mar. 768 (XXL Mar, 367) 
Cuckoos : Nidology of the Cuckoo, by H. Kirke Swann, 8c Q, VI. 

May, 355 
Cu|as> Jacques, (1533 — i59o)> and the H6tel Cujas at Bourges, by 

S. N. Vansittart [ill.). Arch Rev, VI 1 1. Aug, 55 
Culdees : The C^Ie D^ or Ciildees; a Study on the Origins of the Early 

British Church, by Mrs. Hooper, Theos R, XXVII. Nov. 246, Dec, 114 
Cullman, EusUce, Poem by,— "The Poet's Prayer," A M, LXXXV. 

June, 855 
Culloden, Battle of, 1746 : After Culloden, by D. M. Rose, Scots, XXV. 

May, 434 
Culross, Scotland, and St. Mungo, by F. Anders, Scots, XXV. 

Jan, 99 
Culture : 
Gentleman and Scholar, by Epnraim Emerton, A M, LXXXV. June, 773 
New Culture for New Conditions, by Mark H. Liddell. W Work, I. 

Nov, 55 
Cumberland, Richard, 173a — 18x1 : The English Terence, by G. Barnett 

Smith, F R, LXVII. Feb, 343 
Cumberland (see also Carlisle, Lake District, Naworth) : 
Wastdale Head at Easter, by L. J. Oppenheimer, Man Q, XIX. Tan, i 
Fouimart or Polecat- Hunting, by H. C. Howard (1//.}, Bad M, X. May, 

534 
Cunningham, Euphame, 1597? — 1615 : The Love Story of Druromond of 

Hawth'^rnden, by I^uise Lorimer, Scot R, XXXVI. Oct, 203 
Cupid, Footsteps of, — Lovers' Leaps, etc., by F. Dolman [ili.)y W M, 

All. -^ug, 307 
Cups and Trophies (see also Drinking Cups) : 

SuKcestions for the Improvement of Sporting Cups and Trophies [ill.), Stu, 
XIX. Apr, 156 ; XX. June, 37 ; XXl. Oct. ai 
Cures, s-e Diphtheria, Open Air Cure funder Consumption), Electric Heit 

Cure, Hot Air Cure ; and Articles under Medicine 
Curios 'see also Museums, Pottery, etc., etc.) : 

On Curiosities and Souvcniis, by S. Scott-Mor.crieff, C J, HI. Oct, 641 

Round My Smoking Room, by H. F. Abell. T B, CXIX. Feb, 2*0 

My Museum of Oriental Curios, by Mrs, Hria;htwen [i^l.], OOP, XXI. 
Jnn, 229, Feb, 592, Mar, 348, Apr, 436, M.iy, 510, June, 604, July, 669, 
Aug, 7C0, Sept, 788 
Currency, see under Finance 
Curzon, Lord, of Kedleston,— A Progressive Viceroy, by Civilis, C R, 

LXXVIII Aug, 281 (XXII. Aug, 157J ; and Reply to, by Calcutta, C R, 

LXXVIII. Oct. 606 
Curzon, Baroness, of Kedleston : Mnry Victoria Letter, by Virginia 

Tatnall Peacock (///.), LIpp, LXVI. Oct, Cox 



Cust. Henry, on the Dutch in South Africa, N A R, CLXX. Feb, 198 (XXL 

Mar. 337) 
Cust, Lionel, on the Romney Exhibitioil at the Graftoa Gallery (jlL\ 

M Art, XXIV. Aug, 449 
Cust, Dr. Robert Needham, 

On language, Cal R, CX. Jan, 23 

On the Necessity for Special Training of Selected Missionary Students, 
Cal R. CXI. July, 134 

On the Church Missionary Society, Ch Mis I, LI. Oct, 729 
Custance. Olive, Poems by.— 

•• VUlanelle," P M M, XXIL Nov, 343 

"Early Prince" [ill.), P M M, XXlL Dec 498 

"The Girl in the Glass," Windmill. IL Jan, 151 
Custom, Coercion of, by CoL T. Pilkington White, Scot R, XXXV. Jan. 

69 
Customs (see also Folk Lore) : 

Manners and Customs of Yesterday and Today, by One of tike Old 

School, C, VIII. Feb. X94 
Curious Customs still in vogue, by A. Birnage [ill.). Harms, IV. May, 

545 (XXI. May, 550) 
Quaint Old English Customs of Today, by R. H. Cocks [ill.), Lud, IX. 

Mar, 478 
Curious Village Customs of Today, by G. A. Wade ((//.). Q, Aug. 8^9 
The Payment of the Wroth-Money to the Duke of Bucdeach, at Knightlrv 

Hill, Nov. XI ; a Custom of the Country, by I.S., Mac, LXXXl. Feb. 

977 
Customs, Tariff!, etc., see under Protection and Fair Trade 
Cutter, Charles A., on Photographs and Photoprints in UbrarieSk 

Libr J, XXV. Oct, 619 
Cuttle-Fishes: Mimicry and Other Habits of Cuttles, by Matthias Dima. 

C R, LXXVII. June, 805 (XXI. June, 575) 
Cuyler, Dr. Theodore L., — Autobiographical; Texts That have hdped 

and comforted Me. Sun M, XXIX. July, 433 
Cyanide Process of Extracting Qold, sec under Gold 
Cycling;: 
Othe- Things and Improvements in Cycles, by Joseph Pennell, C R, 

LXXVII. Jan, 61 (XXI. Ian, 59) 
American v. British Cycles, by Miss N. G. Bacon, OOP, XXI. Jan, 259 
The Cost of Cycles, by F. P. Low, Bad M, X. May. 517 
The Story of the Cycle, by W. Dexter [ill.), Capt, II. Jan, 365 
Cycle Novelties for looo, by W. Dexter (///.), Capt, III. Apr, 80 
The Free Wheel, by H. Perry (ill.), Capt, III. July, 351 
I^icycle Brakes, by H. Perry [ill.], Capt. III. Aug, 461 
Concerning Cyclometers, by H. Perry {ill.). Capt. IV. Oct, 51 
Cycle Saddles, by W. Dexter (///.), Capt, IV. Dec, 219 
Cycle Law in the Twentieth Century, by H. Graves, C R, L.XXVIL 

Apr. 506 
Bicycle Side-Path Building in the United States in xoco, by Robert Braoe, 

O. XXXVL May. 182 
The Road (in America) and Its Rewards, by P. Pollard [ill.), O, XXXVL 

June, ay") 
Cvcle Accommodation in Public Libraries, by A. Sparke (ill.), LibrW, 

II. May, 288 (XXI. June, 988) 
The Cyclist Soldier, by H. G. WeUs, F R, LXVIII. Dec, 914 (XXIL 

Dec, 57a) 
The Cycle in War, by H. HamUton (i//.l, P M, IX. Feb, aox 
The Cycle as Ambulance, by G. Dayle (///.), Harms, IV. Apr, 353 
Railway Facilities for Cyclists, by Brunei Redivivus (fV/.}, RaJI M, VII. 

July, 96 
The Social Effects of the Bicycle, by Rev. C. H. Gnindy, T M, IV. June, 

744 
The Bicvcle and Crime, by Prof. C. Lombroso [ill.\ P M M, XX. Mar, 

310 (XXI. Mar, 259) 
Some Results of Vegetarian Athleticism, by H. Light, Humane R, I. Apr, 

88 
C Murphy's Great Cycling Feat ; Cvcling at a Mile a Minute, by F. .\. 

Talbot Kill.), Str. XIX, Mar, 201 (XXL Mar. 241) 
Bicycling to bloodhounds, by C H. WiUon [ill.). Bad M, XI. Aug. 3x5 
Cycle Gymkhanas, by Miss N. G. Bacon [ill.), GOP, XXI. Feb, 273 
Cvcle Polo, by Miss N. G. B-icon [ill.], Q O P, XXI. July, 63a 
Fancy Cycling, by Isabel Marks ,'///.), OOP, XXI. Aue, yaS 
Can a Moving Hicycle fall? by G. S. Hodj^ins, O, XXXVL Sept, 659 
Crosses on the Road ; a Paper for Cyclists, by C. Edwardes, C J, III. 

June, 401 
Cycle-Touiing Adventures, by A. Candler, C J, III. Aug. 59a 
Cycling on Railway Lines, by M. Tindal [ill.), P M, X. Aug, iqa 
From Land's End to John o' Groits on a Bicycle, by A. K. Qt^ton '£/.! 

L H, XLVIII. Aug, 87-;, Sept, 961 
Free Wheeling over Swiss Passes, by Isabel Marks (i^/.). Bad M, XI. 

July. 31 
A Girl's Bicyc:e Riie on the Alps, by A. F. Morris (///.}, Q R, II. May, 

66 1 

The Wheel in the West (California), by Rotificr (///.), O M, XXXV. Jna«, 

The Field for Motorcycles, by M. C. Krarup (/7/.), O. XXXVIL Nov. aoy 
Cyclones, see under Weather 
Cyprian, St., 200?— zsS : Giovanni Mercati on Cyprian and Ireaaeas, bv 

C. H. Turner, J Thebl S, IL Oct, 143 
Cyprus : 
A Journey in Cyp us, 1899, by Major D. G. Prinsep, J R U 8 I, XLIV. 

Dec, 1438 
The Survival of Gothic Architecture in Cj'prus, by G. Jeffery .'jSi ^ 

ArchRev. VIII. Sept, 128 
The Churches of Famagousta, by Alfred Harvey (i//.). Ant, XXXVI. 
May, J 36 



Daffodils. 



PERIODICALS OF 1900. 



Dayton, Ohio. 



73 



D 



DafFodils, Dr. Hugh MacmUlan on («//.), 8un M, XXIX. Mar, 167 
Dahomey, see under Africa 
Dairy-Farming : 
Agricultural LegKlation in 1809. by A. B. Soulby, Lund M, IV. Jan, 68 
Imported Dairy Produce, J R A 8, XI. Sept, 537 
Tullimlear, Hew South Wales ; an Australian Dairy Farm, by C, Land IM, 

IV. Aug, 575 
The Dairying Industry of New South Wales, J B A, VII. Dec, ^73 
My Dairy and the Work Thereb, by Lina Orman Cooper (i//. ), Q O P, 

XXI. Mar, 3S6 
The Trials of Milking Machines at York, 1900^ by F. S. Courtney, J R A 8, 

XI. Sept, 466 
Carriage of Milk by Rail, J B A, VI. Mar, 476 
Tuberculosis and Milk, by Sir Edmund Verney, New C R, VII. Mar, 

930 
Experiments in the Pasteurisation of Milk and Cream, J B A, VII. June, 

53 
The Chemical Ch^inges in the Manufacture and Ripening of Cheese, by 

Prof. T. Reynolds Green, J R A 8, XL Dec, 674 

Denmxu-k's Production of Milk and Butter, J B A, VII. June, 6$ 

The New Dutch Law for the Prevention of Fraud in the Butter Trade, 
«J B A, VII. Sept, 337 

Margarine, see Margarine 

The Dairying Industry of the United States. J B A, VII. Sept. 938 

Construction of Dairy Byres, by C. W. Sleign, Land fAy IV. Mar, x88 
Dakota and the Bnow-Plough, by G. £. Walsh (<//.), 8t N, XXVII. 

Apr, 486 
Dalia Vecchia, Giovanni, 

On the Situation in Italy, N C. XLVIII. Sept. 385 (XXII. Sept, a6o) 

On the King and Queen of Italy (»//.), Q W. XLI. May, 302 

On Leo Xlfl. {i/L\ Q W, XLL Oct, 695 (XXII. Oct, s7.8) i 

On the Vendetta of Mu^olino (///.), W W, VI. Dec, ass 

On All Souls' Dav in luly, Q W, XLL Nov, 7^0 
Dallin, Vittoria Colonna, Poem by,— " Bcllona" (i/{.), N E M, XXIL 

Mar, 3 .' * 

Dalton, Rev. H. A., and Feltted School, by G. J. Hornsby Wright (///.}, 

P 8 M, V. May, 3as 
Daly, Auguttin, 1838— 1898 : 

Some Treasurer of the Daly Library, by Carolyn Shipman (>//.), Critic, 
XXXVI. Mar, an ^-. 

The Story of the "Daly Bible," by Lida RifMcCabe («//.), C W, LXX, 
Mar, 809 /' ' ' 

Daly. Marcus, 184c — 1900 : ^ 

An Empire-Builder, by S. E. Moflett (i//.), R R A, XXIL Dec, 707 

The Clark-Daly Feud {ii/ ), Ainslee, V. Mar, 99 
Dannascus, see under Palestine 
Damasus, died 384 a.u. : The Roman Council under Damasus A.n. 382 ; 

Latin Lists of the Canonical Books, by C. H. Turner, J Theol 8, I. July, 

Dana, James Dwight, 18x3—1895: The Inner Life of J. D. Dona, by 

Daniel C. Oilman, Chaut, XXXI. June, 392 
Dana, John Cotton, 

The Reviewing of Books; Open Letter to J. C.Dana, Critic, XXXVII. 
Oct, 307 

On Ubrary Schools, LIbr J, XXV. Aug. 83 
Dana's (Richard Henry) "Two Years before the Mast" : My 

Favourite Novelist and His Best Book, by W. Clark Russell, Munsey, 

XXIL Feb, 677 
Dancing : 

Dances ; Strange and Quaint, by Kathleen Schlesinger (a^/.), L R, IX. Dec, 

The Dances of the Highlanders, by Dr. Norman Hay Forbes (<//.}, W M, 

XL May, 747 
Skirt-Dancing: the Poetry of Skirts (/7/.), Cos, XXVIIL Apr, 617 
Fancy Dress Balls; the Delights of trying to be Somebody Else, by Edgar 

Saltus (///.), Cos, XXVIIl. Jan. 253 
Children's Fancy Dresses, by P. Astor '///.), Harms, III. Jan, 6oz 
The Palace of the Dance at the Paris Exposition, by Jean Schopfer (r//. \ 

C M, LX. Aug, 483 
The Hopi Snake Dance, by G. W. James {ii/.], O, XXXVI. June, 302 
Dandies, see Beaux 

Danish Literature (see also Icelandic and Scandinavian and Norse Litera- 
ture) : 
"The PiigrimaRe of Truth," Story by Erik Bftzh. translated from the 

Danish by Jacob Riis, Harp, XLL Dec. 3 (XXIL Dec. 571) 
The New Mysticism in Scandinavia, by Miss Hermione Ramsdcn, N C, 

XLVIL Feb, 279 (XXL Feb, 152) 
Scandinavian Newspapers, by D. K. Dodge [i/L), Bkman A, XL July, 

Danish Writers noticed, see An'ersen (H. C), Drachmann (H.), Hoffdine 
(Dr. H.) 
Dante, 1265— 1321 : 

From One Point of View, by W. Canton >V/.). Q W, XU. Jirae. 285 
Dante's Message, by Charles A. Dinsmore, A M, LXXXV. June, 

825 
Dante's Realistic Treatment of the Ideal, by Alfred Austin, Nat R, XXXV. 

July, 746 
The Dantean Idea of Purifkation after Death, by William Barker, P M Q, 

XXIL Jan, xio 
Colours in Dante, by J. L. Bevis, 8cot R, XXXV. Apr, 22s 



Dante — continued. 

Historical Influences of the " Divine Comedy," by Norley Cheater, Q M, 
CCLXXXVIII. Feb, 167 

Hiprah Htmt's Tourney through the Inferno; Illustrations by Arthur 
Voung, Cos, XXIX. May. 85, June, 159, July, 332, Aug, 44a; Same 
Illustrations, R R Aus. XVII. Sept, 3x5 (XXIL Nov, 47a) 
Danyell, Mrs. Arthur Johnson, and Her Painted Tapestries (/V/.), 

L R. VIII. Aug. sio 
D'Arcy's (Charles F.) "Idealism and Theology," Dr. J. Bums-Gibson 

00, Crit R, X. July, 313 
Darling, Justice, and Reglna v. Gray, by G. D. Keogh, Law M. XXV. 

Aug, 473 
Dartmoor, Devonshire : A Favourite Sketchmg-Ground, by £. M. 

Wimperis («//. ), L H, XLVIII . Aug, 860 
Dartmoor Prison and Princetown, see under Crime 
Darvel, 8cotland, and the Manufacture of Art Fabrics by Messrs. 

Morton, J. L. Caw on (i//.). Art J, XVI. Jan, 7, Mar, 78 
Daslcam, Josephine Dodge, Poems by, — 

♦•The Vigil," A M, LXXXV. May, 701 

" The little Dead Child," C M, LIX. Mar, 693 
Daughters, see under Women 
Dauphin6, France : 

In ihe Alps of Dauphind, by Miss Gertrude Lowthian Bell, N C, XLVIL 
Feb, 330 

The Heart of Dauphin6, by Prof. Grenville A. J. Cole. K, XXIII. Dec, 271 
Davenport, Cyril, 

On Three Recently Discovered Bindings with Little Gidding Stamps (i//.), 
Libr. 1. Mar. 203 

On King Charles I.'s Embroidered Bible (1//,), Libr, I. Sept, 373 
Davey, Richard, on a Few French Facts, F R, LXVIII. Aus, a6S (XXIL 

Aur, 177) 
David Harum, by Edward N. Westcott, see under Westcott (E. N.) 
Davids's (Mrs. Rhys) "Buddhist Manual of Psychological Ethics": 

The Pioneer of the Abhidhamma in Elng'ish, by J. C. Chatterji, Theos R, 

XXVII. Oct, 172 
Davidson, Prof. J.» on the Canadian Preferential Tariff*, Econ J, X. Dec, 

540 
Davidson's (John} " New Poems," Unsigned Article on, Q T, VI. Sept, 

379 
Davidson, Thomas, 1840— 190: 

A Modern Wandering Scholar («//.), Ed R A, XX. Dec, 571 

" A History of Education " by Thomas Davi Json, Paul Monroe on, Ed R A, 
XX. Dec, 522 
Davies, Dr. H. Walford, Compos :r, Mus T, XLI. Nov, 734. Dec, 804 
Davies. Llewellyn James, on China ; the Taming of the Dragon, F, 

XXX. Nov, 353 (XXII. Dec. 555) 
Davis, Mrs. Rebecca Harding, on American Writers; a Little Gossip, 

8crib, XXVIIL Nov, 562 



Davis, Richard Harding, on the War in South Africa (f?/.), 8crib, 

CI. June. 548) : XXVIIL July, 39 (xr" 
80), Aug, '173 (XXIL Aug, 15a), Oct, 407 (XXIL Oct, 363) 



XXVII. June, 673 (XXT. June. 548) : XXVIIL July, 39 (XXIL July, 



Davison, Charles, 

On Methods of studying Earthquakes, J Qeol, VIII. June, 301 

On Earthquake-Sounds, K, XIII. Apr, 83 

On the Great Earthquake of 1897 in Assam (ma/), K, XXIII. July, 147, 
Aug, 169 

On Some Minor British Earthquakes, 1893-9) {diagyams\ Qeol M, VII. 
Mar, 106, Apr, 164 

On Kev. Osmond Fisher (i//.), Qeol M, VII. Feb, 49 
Davitt, Michael, 

On Old-Age Pensions, F. XXVIIL Feb, 677 (XXL Mar, 955) 

On the English People, Universal, I. July, 425 
Dawson. Albert, on His Shorthand Reports of Dr. Parker's Sermons {ill.). 

Pur, III. Jan, 51 
Dawson, A. J., Biographical (///.}, Bkman, XIX. Dec, 73 
Dawson's (Q. M.) "Qeologlcal 8urvey of Canada," Arthur H. Foord 

on, Qeol M, VII. Apr, 177 
Dawson. 8ir J. W., (1820—1899), on the Origin and Antiquity of Man, Ex T, 

XL Jan, 149 
Dawson, Dr. 8 E., on the Prose Writers of Canada, Libr J, XXV. Aug. ix 
Dawson, William Harbutt, on Society's Duty to the Tramp, F R, LXVIII. 

Dec, 953 (XXIL Dec, .s6i) 
Dawson, Rev. W. J., — Ministers and the War : an Imaginary Conversation 

Ixrtween Rev. Silas K. Hrcking, Rev. W. J. Dawson, and Rev. John 

Temple Withering ;«//.), Q T, V. Mar, 420 
Dawson City, see under Yukon Region 
Day, Major Charles Russell, 1860—1900, A. J. Hipkinson [Hi.), Mus T, 

Xl.I. Apr, 245 
Day, Lai Behari, 1824— 1894, Rev. A. Saunders Dyer on, in Ch Q, XII. 

July, 279 
Day, Lewis F., 

( >n the Pottery at the Paris Exhibition (»V/.), Art J P E, Aug, 97 

On the Wall Hangings and Coverings at the Paris Exhibition (/?/.}, 
Art J P E. Oct, 161 

On Dcsien: L'Art Nouveau {Ul.), Art J, XVI. Oct, 203 

On the Ironwitrk and the Steelwork at the Burlington Fine Arts Club {ill.), 
M Art, XXIV. May. 3^7 
Day, Miss Lucinda, (1807— 1897), Poem on,— "Lucinda's Light," by 

Percy Kent, L H, XLVIII. Mar, 448 
Day's Journey (Biblical Phrase), by Rev. Walter W. Crump, Ex, II. Sept, 

211 
Dayot, Armand, on the French Art (1890 — 1900) at the Paris Elxhibition 

(///.), Art J P E.June. 33 
Dayton Ohio : The National Soldiers' Home, by Emerson O. Stevens '///.), 

N E M. XXIL May. 285 



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INDEX TO THE 



Dead "Reputations— Forgotten Authors. 



Dkkbysmisb. 



Dead Reputations— Forgotten Authors, C J, III. Mar, x6i 
Dead Sea, see under Palestine 
Deaf-Mutes : 
Deafness and Blindness; Pros and Cons, by Prebendary Harry Jones, 

Sun H, Feb, 247 
Teaching the Dumb to speak, by H. J. Holmes («//.), Harms, V. 

Dec, 516 
Education of the Deaf and Dumb in lu Relation to Child-Study, by E. 

Townsend, Paidol, II. Apr, 1 
Lip-Readinjr, by Mary Hare («//.), Royal, III. Jan, aay (XXI. Jan, 53) 
BImd and Dcaf-Mutes; a Triumph of Training, by A. J. Story [iil.], 

Royal, V. Dec, 140 
Helen KeUer; a Triumph of Education, by D.M.G.S., Ed T, LIII. 
Sept, 37a 
Deakin, Alfred,— An Australian Federalist, by E. St. John Hart (<//.}, QT, 

VI. June, 152 
Dealer in Death— Hiram S. Maxim, by Colston Moore {ill.), Lud, X. 

Aug, ^38 
Dean, Forest of, Gloucestershire : Acquisition of Woodland Area in 

the Forest of Dean, by W. R. Fisher, Land M, IV. June, 429 
Deasy, Capt. H. H. P., on His Journeys in Central Asia [map and Ul.\ 

Q J, XVL Aug, 14X, Nov, 501 
Death; and Death and Burial Customs, Superstitions,' etc. (see 
also Articles under Cremation, Tombs, Catacombs, Pyramids under 
Egyptology, Palestine) : 
life versus Death, by W. Hutchinson, New Cycle, XI. Jan, 6 
How the Rich are buried ; Illustrations, Arch Rec, X. Julv, 93 
The Warrior s Last Parade, by R. C. Ryan [ill.). Royal, III. Mar, 414 
With Military Honours, by F. J. Crowest. Sun M, XXIX. Apr, asi 
Where Our Famous Soldiers are buried, by A. Bimage (iV.), Harms, III. 

Jan, 567 
To the Memory of the Brave ; How the Public Schools honour Their Dead 

Heroes, by G. A. Wade f/V/.), W M. XII. July, 147 
A Hill-Top Funeral in Wales, T B, CXX. Tune. 96 r 
Death and Burial Customs in Wiltshire, by Miss L. A. Law, F L^ XI. Sept, 

344 
Heart-Burials in Our Ancient Churches, by Sarah WiUon, C J, IIL Dec, 

894 

Decoration Day in America, by Austin Lewis, O M, XXXV. May, 4^3 

All Souls' Day in Italy, see All Souls' Day 

The Day of All the Dead, by J. H. Bridges, Pos R. VIII. Feb, 17 

Requiems in the Catholic Church, see under Catholic Church 

November; the Monih of Mourning in Brittany, Mac, LXXXI. Feb, a'a 

We*t-Pyrenean Funerals, by A. R. Whiteway, Q M, CC LXXXI X. Dec, 

559 
Cinerary Urns recently discovered on Stapton Moor, Derbyshire, by John 

Warcl (*•//.), Rel, VI. Jan, 95 
Bronze Age Burials on Fairsnape Farm, Bleasdale, Lancashire [ill.), Rel, 

VI. Oct, 958 
An Academy of the Dead, by William Archer, M R, I. Dec, 118 (XXII. 

Dec, 574) 
The Jordans, Bucks., by Rev. Fred Hastings [ill.). Sun H, May, 448 
The Campo Santo of Genoa ; the Most Remarkable Cemetery in the World, 

by H. B. Vogel [UD, P M, IX. June, 594 
Persons buried alive, by Rev. S. Baring-Gould, Lud, X. Aug, 361 
Life after Death, see Immortality 
Debrett's Peerage. Unsif^ned Article on, Qeneal M, IV. May, 19 
Debt-Collecting; : The Tally or Credit Drapery Tr.^de, by S.W., New C R, 

VH. Jan, 70: and Reply to, by Reym Adnal, New C R, VII. Mar, 20a 
Decoration and Decorative Art, see Arts and Crafts, etc. 
Decoration Day (May 30) in America, by Austin Lewis, O M, XXXV. 

May, 44a 
Deer, Deer-Hunting, Stag-Hunting, etc. : 
A Day in a Highland Deer-Forest. by Hun. E. Cadogan [HI.), Bad M, X. 

Apr, 465 
The Chase of the Wild Red Deer in Exmoor, by Arthur Heinemann [ill.). 

Bad M. XL Aug, 307 
White Tail and Black Tail Deer; the Big Game of Canada, by C. A. 

Bramble [ill.). Can M, XIV. Feb, 38a 
Winter Deer in Eastern Maine, by L. C. Loct {ill.), O, XXXV. Jan, 339 
A Deer Hunt on the Coast of Georgia, by C. Wayne Cunningham (///.}, O, 

XXXV. Jan, 370 
Stag-Hunting in France, by Vance Tho npson [ill.), O, XXXVII. Dec, 305 
Defective Children, s:e under Children, etc. 
Defences, see Armies, Navies 
Deffand, Marie de Vichy Chamrond, Marquise du. 1697— 1780: A 

Woman of the Stlons, by S. G. Tailcntyre, Long, XXXV. Apr, 508 
Defoe, Daniel. 1661— 1731 : 
Daniel Defoe in Scotland, by James D. Cockbum, Scot R, XXXVI. Oct, 

250 
The Relations of Defoe and Harley, by Thomas Bateson, E H, XV. Apr, 338 
Juan Fernandez; Robinson Crusoe's Island, by Douglas White [ill.), Q M, 
XXXVL Aug, 161 
Degas, French Artist, Max Liebermann on [HI.), Artist, XXVIII. July, 

113 
Degeneration (see also Unfit} : 
Defeneration; a Study in Anthropology, by William W. Ireland, inter M, 

I. Mar, 33c 
Human Degeneration, by Allan LaiHlaw, Univ, XII. 225 
Longevity and Degeneration, by W. R. Thayer, F, XXVHI. Feb, 741 

(XXI. Mar, 3^3 
Dejfenericy an.l (lea-us, by Dr. J. G. Kicrnan, H, XVI Mar, irA 
Deissmann, Prof, on Jesus at Prayer, by Prof. J. S. I'.nuks, Ex T, 

XL Mar, 370 
Delagoa Bay, see under Africa, 



De la Warr, Constance Countess, 
Autobiographical ; Gleanings of the Past, H, XVI. May, 358, June, foo 

(XXI. June, 580; XXII. July, 47) 
Ou a Spring Ramble in France \ill.), L R, VII. Apr, 7x8 
Delbriick, Prof. Hans, on England and the Europeaa Powers, N A R. 

CLXX. Jan, 95 
Delft and Delft Ware, by J. Perry Worden (i?/.), N E M, XXII. Apr, 131 
Delhi, see under India 
Delights of trying to be Somebody Else^Fancy Dress Balls, by 

Edgar Saltus («//.), Cos, XXVIII. Jan. 253 
Dell, Robert Edward, 
On Mr. Wilfrid Ward's Apologetics, N C. XLVIII. July. lay 
On the Case of Dr. Mivart, N C, XLVH. Apr, 66q (XXI. Apr, 370} : sad 
Reply to, by Rev. S. F. Smith, (A Strange Catholic), M, XCV. May. 500 
Deloncle, Fran9ois, 
Francois Deloncie and M. Gautier and the Great Paris Telescope {£U.), Str, 

XIX. June, 6ia 
On the First Moon-Photographs taken with the Great Paris Telescope [slL), 
Str, XX. Nov, 493 
Democracy (see also Sociology) : 
''Democracy and Empire" by Prof. Franklin H. Giddings : 
Jordan, David Starr, on. New W, IX. Dec, 74a 
McGilvary, Prof. E. B., on, Phil R, IX. Nov, 651 
" Democracy and Liberty" by W. E. H. Lecky and "First Principles ia 
Politics " by W. S. Lilly : The Alleged Failure of Democracy, by John 
Bascom, Y R, IX. Nov, 253 
Democracy and Peace, by S. M. Macvane, Y R. IX. May, 9 
Democracy and the Fifth Commandment, by John Mills, New C R, VIII. 

Sept, aaa 
The Machinery of Democracy, by A. E. Maddock, W R, CLIV. Dec, 597 
Democracy and Education in England, by W. G. Field, Ed R A, XX 

Oct, a7x 
Democracy and the Democratic Party in America, see under United States 
Democratic Party in America, see under United States 
Democrltus, see Villiers (Dr. R. de} 
Demonology (see also Witchcraft) : 
The Evohition of Angels and Demons in Christian Theology, by R. 

Bruce Boswell. O C, XIV. Aug, 483 
The Devil and His Aliases : Satan, Ahriman, Siva, Loki, the Eiunenides, 
and riacatecolotl, by Oliphant Smeaton, W R, CLIII. Feb, 183 CXXI. 
Feb, 16s) 
The Non-Existence of the Devil, by Rev. Charles Cavemo, A, XXIV. 

July, 76 
De Morgan, Augustus, see Morg.m (Augustus de) 
De Morgan, Mrs., see Morgan (Mrs. de) 

Denbigh, Earl ef, and His Experiments on the Home Farm at 
Newnham Paddox with Sugar, Beet, and New Cereals, by H. H. 
Cave, Land M, IV. Sept. 6og 
Denby, Charles, Senr, on China, see under China 
Denby, Charles, Junr, on China, see under China 
Denmark (see also Greenland, Iceland) : 
Denmark's Production of M ilk and Butter, J B A, VII. June, 65 
The Wages of Farm Servants in Denm.irk, J B A, VU. Dec. 379 
Recent Progress of Catholicity in Northern Europe, by Charles \V. Dosrd, 

C W, LXXI. Aug, 646 
Old Age Pensions in Denmark, by Miss Edith Sellers, C R, LXXVTII. 

Sept, 4^0 (XXII. Sept, 367) 
The. Finsen Institute in Copenhagen, by Miss Edith Sellers, C J, III. 

Aug, 5x7 
Across Denmark, by A. B. Middleton [ill.), Lud, IX. Apr, 559 
The Ingolf .Arctic Expedition to the Arctic Regions (m/v/), Q J, XV. 

Mar, 373 
Skajren: a Danish Ncwlyn, by A. E. Fletcher (///.). W M, XII. July, 133 

(XXIL July. 49) 
Scandinavian Decorative Art at the Paris Exhibition, by S. Frykholm \H1.\ 

8tu, XXI. Dec 190 
Danish Artists noticed, see Slott-MOller (.Mdme. A.), Thorwaldaeo (B.) 
Danish Literature, see Danish, Icelandic, Scandinavian and Norse 

Literatures 
Scandinavian Newspapers, by D. K. Dodge (///.), Bkman A, XL Julv, 439 
Denmark, Royal Family of,— A Holiday Party at Bemstorflf Casile, by 

A. de Burgh <ill ), C F M, XXXI. Aug, 342 
Denney, Dr. James, 
On Ritschl in English, Ex T, XII. Dec, 135 

On the Union of the Free Church of Scotland and the United Presby- 
terian Church, L Q, IV. Oct, 213 
On "The Apostolic .Age" by J. V. Bartlet, Crit R, X. May, 253 
Dennis, John, on Cowper as a Poet [ill.). Sun H, Apr, 353 
Denny, Archibald. Shipbuilder («//.). Cas M, XVIL Mat, 436 
Dent, Robert K., on the Catalogue and Library of William Drummond of 

Hawthornden, Libr A R, 11. Aug, 427 
Depreciation in Machine Shops, see under Engineering 
De Quincey, Thomas, 1785— 1859 : 
Some Notes on Thomas De Quincey, by John Mortimer, Man Q, XIX. 

Apr, 146 
D>>ve Cottape, Grasmere ; the Home of Wordsworth and De Quincey, by 

Prof. Willi.im Knight (///.), C M, LX. May, 53 
llie De Quincey Collection at Moss Side, by W. E. A. Axco, Libr A R, 
II. Aug, 410 (XXII. Sept, a'Sa) 
Derbyshire (sec also Fenny Bcntley, Stanton Moor; and Repton Schod 
(under Eciucntion; ) : 
The Last Kncli^h Rebellion (at Pentrich, 1817) by John Hyde, Q M, 

CCLXXXIX. Oct, -ii-s 
Harvest- Time and Harvest-Home in Derbyshire, by T. Ratdiflfe^ Ant, 
XXXVI. Oct, 31a 



Drxg, Lough. 



PERIODICALS OF 190O. 



DoDD, Miss Cathkkinb. 



n 



Derff, Lough, Donegal : A Fin de Slide Pilgrimage to Lough Derg, 

by F. W. Lockwood, Q M, CCLXXXVIII. May, 494 
Dervishes, see under Egypt and the Soudan 
Descartes, Rene. ts:9^x65o: Locke's Relation to Descartes, by Prof. 

Frank ITiilly, Phil R, IX. Nov, 597 
Design and Designers, sm under Art, Arts nnd Crafts 
Desmids, by Dr. G. H. Bryan {iU.), 8c Q, VL Feb, 357, Apr, 325, May, 

359: Vn. Aug, 77 
Destroyer (United Stales Ship) : The Voyage of the Destroyer from New 

York to Brazil. Dec, 2893 — Jan, z89(, by Capt. Joshua Slocum [tnap and 

ilL)y McCI, XIV. Mar, 44s 
De Tabley, Lord, see Tabley (Lord de) 

Detaille, Edouard,— Interview, by Marie Belloc {ill.), 8tr, XIX. Jan, 133 
Detmold, Maurice and Edward, Artists, M. H. Spielmann on (t//.), 

M Art, XXIV. Jan, IIS 
Detroit, Michigan : 

The Detroit Bicentennial Memorial, by Anna Mathewson (mV.), C M, LX. 
Sept. 706 

Municipal Electric Lighting in Detroit, by John A. Fairlie, Mun A, IV. 
Sept, 606 
Deuteronomy, see under Bible and Biblical Criticism 
Deutschland, German Ship, see under Germany 
De Vere, Aubrey and Mary A., see Vere (Aubrey de and Mary A. de) 
Devil, etc., see Demonology 
Devine, Henry C, on the Moralisation of Money-Lending, St Q, III. Oct, 

90Z 

Devonshire (see also Aller Vale, Berry Pomeroy Castle. Dartmoor, 
Fremington, Lynmouth, Plymouth, Watcambe; and Princetown and 
Dartmoor Prison (under Crime) ) : 

Some South Devon Pulpits, oy E. F. Strange {Ul.), Arch Rev, VII. Feb, 
67 

In a Devonshire Lane, by Madge Blundell, Ir M, XXVIII. Sept, 1:46 

Folk-Rhymes of Places, by A. L. .Salmon, Q M, CCLXXXIX. July, 67 

Devonshire Wills, I L, Part LXXX. June; Part LXXXII. Dec 
Devotion, Value of, by Mrs. Annie Besant, Theos R, XXVI. May, 363 
Oewar, Q. A. B., 

On Some Old Country Books, Long, XXXV. Feb, 34a 

On His Naturalist Rambles, Long, XXXVI. Aug, 346 

On Winter in a Great Wood, T B, CXXI. Nov, 443 

On Troul-Fishing (<//.). Capt, III. May, 276 
Dewar, Professor James,— A Present-Day Leader of Science, by 

Prof. G. G. Henderson (i//.), Q W, XLI. Nov, 765 
Dewey, C. Frank, on Rotheaburg and Its Historic Pageant: th: Draught 

lliat saved a Town (1^/.), E I, XXIII. June, 359 
Dewey, Admiral Qeorge, and the Dewey Reception in New York 

City : Elements of a SuccessfiU Parade, by Jjarr Ferres, C M, LX. July, 

457 
Dewey, Prof. John, Educadonist : 

llie Dewey School, Chicago ; a Day with the New Education, by Lnura L. 

Runyon (i//.), Chaut, XXX. Mar, S89 
The Scho \ and Society, by T. J. McCormack (<//.), O C, XIV. Sept, ^64 
On "The World and the Individual" by Prof. J. Royce, Phil R, IX. May, 

On Some Stages of Logical Thought, Phil R, IX. Sept, 465 

On Psychology and Social Practice, Psychol R, VII. Mar, X05 
Dewey. Melvil, and His Decimal Classification of Literature, see 

under Cataloguing 
Dewhurst, Wynford, 

On Claude Monet (i//.), Artist. XXIX. Oct, 57 

0.1 Picturesque France {»//.), Artist, XXVII. Mar, 365 
De Windt, Harry, see Windt (Harry de) 
Dhooiles In the Indian Army, by Lieut. Rowland R. Gibson, U 8 M, 

CXLII. Sept, 639 
Dialects, see under Literature 
Diamonds : 

Diamonds, by G. W. Thomley (///.), Art J, XVI. Aug, 353 

llie Parent-Rock of the Diamond, by Prof. T. G. Bonney, Qeol M, VII. 
June, 946 

The Romance of Precious Stones [UL\ E I, XXII. Jan, 354 

The Princess of Wales's JeweU, by E. Clarke [ill.), C F M, XXX. May, 
673 

The Artificial Production of Diamonds, by Hudson Maxim, A A, III. 
Jan, 38 

How Real Diamonds are made out of Sugar, by R. H. Sherard [ill.\ P M, 
IX. Mar, 360 (XXI. Mar, 384) 
DIas, Bartholomeu, and His Voyages, 1482-88, by E. G. Ravenstein 

\^maps and /'//.), Q J, XVI. Dec, 6 as 
Dibdin, E. RImbault, on Charles John Allen (tV/.), M Art, XXV. Nov, X5 
Dicey, Edward, 

On the Causes of the South African War. P M M. XX. Feb, 201 

On the Confederation of South Africa, F R, LXVH. Apr, 668 (XXI. Apr, 

351) 
On South African Reconstruction, F R, LXVII. May, 863 (XXI. May, 

450: XXII. July, 57) 
On the War in South Africa; the Policy of Peace, F R, LXVIII. July, i 

(XXII. July, 54) 
On Vengeance and Afterwards in China, N C, XLVIII. Aug, 339 (XXII. 

Aug, I4t) 
On the Downfall of Liberalism, F R, LXVIII. Nov, 803 
On Lord Russell of Killowcn, F R, LXVIII. Oct, 577 
Dickens, Charles, 18x3—1870 : 
Dickens and the Garrtck Club, by Percy Fitzgerald, New C R, VII. Feb, 

100 
John Forster, Biographer of Dickens ; a Man of Letters of the Old 

School, by Percy Fitsgerald, M, XCVI. Oct, 361 



Dickens, Charles, — continued. 
The Popularity of Dickens in Canada, by E. S. Williamson, Can M, XV. 

Mar, 479 
Living Characters from Dickens ; Impersonations by Bransby Williams, by 

H. J. Holmes (<//.), Royal, III. Feb, 348 
Dickens's "D.ivid Copperfield " ; My Favourite Novelist and His Best 

Book, by Jerome K. Jerome, Munsey, XXill. Apr, 60 
In the Footsteps of Bill bykes, by C. Manners-Smith (1//.), C F M, XXX. 

Mar, 431 
Chigwell, Essex : In the Footsteps of Bamaby Rudge, by F. Foulsham 

(»//.), Royal, V. Dec, 173 
Tong, Shropshire . the Death-Place of Uttl: Nell, by D. Stafford [ill,), 

Lud, X. Sept, 436 
Dickinson, Prof. Edward, 
On the Modern Musical Mass, ACQ, XXV. Apr, aS4 
On the Lesson of the New Hymnals m ths United States, B 8, LVII. July, 

570 
On the Study of Music History, M us, XVIII. May, x8, Juns, 138, Aug, 

333 
Dickinson, Martha Gilbert, Poems by,-> 
"Men and Women," Bkman A, XI. Aug, 5x5 
•* To Music," C M, LIX. Jan, 437 
" The Convicts," Critic, XXXVI. Mar, 336 



" Effroi d'Amjur," Harp, XL July, 308 
" For Love of Her," N E M, XXII. June, 



500 



"The Close of Day," N E M, XXII. Aug, 666 

" The Spire," T M, I V. Feb. 4x3 
Dictionaries : On Vocabulary-Making, Ed T, LIII. Mav, 3o5 
Dictionary of National Biography, see under Biograpny 
Didon, P^re, 1840 — 1900, Th. Benzou on (f//.), C M, LX. Sept, 735 
Dieppe : Note on a Boring through the Ctialic and Gault near Dieppe, by 

A. J. Jukes-Brown, Qeol M, VII. Jan, 35 
DIgby, 8ir Kenelm, 1603— x66s : Unpublished Letters written by Sir 

Kenelm Digby to Luke holstein, Guardian of the Vatican Library, J. G. 

Fotheringham on [ill.\ Ant, XXXVI. Jan, 8 
Diggle, J. R., on the London School Board, F R. LXVIII. Dec, 107Z 
Diggle, Archdeacon J. W., 

On Speculation and Gambling, H, XVI. Jan, x8 

On the Nature of Holiness, Ex. I. May, 367 
Dilke, 8ir Charles Wentworth, 

I'he Evolution of an Imperialist, by W. C. Purcell [ill.), Lud, X. Sept, 407 

On the Century in Our Colonies, I C M. I. Nov, 37, Dec, 163 

On American Policy in China, N A R, CLXX. May, 643 

On the United Kingdom, the United States, and the Ship Canal, F, XXIX. 
June, 449 
Dillon, Dr. E. J., on the Tsar of Russia [UL), Q W, XLI. July, 446 (XXIL 

July, 63) 
Dingelstedt, Victor, on the Valley of the Joux, Jura Mts., 8cot Q M, 

XVI. Nov, 630 
Dinners and Dining, se: under Food 

Diphtheria : A Cure for Diphdieria, by W. C. Kaiss, H, XVII. Dec. 459 
Diplomatic Bervice, Foreign Ambassadors, etc., see under Foreign 

nnd International Affairs 
DIplomatlcus, see Wolf (Lucien) 
Diptera, see under Flies 
Disarmament, see Peace and Disarmament 
Disasters, see under Fire, Shipping, etc. 
Disciples of Christ : The Jubilee Missionary Conventions of the Disciples 

of Christ at Cincinnati, by Rev. A. McLean, Mis R, XIII. Feb, xax 
Disease and the Prevention of Disease, ssc undsr Medicine 
Diseases of Animals, se: Glanders (under HoRies), Sheep Scab (under 

Sheep), Tuberculosis 
Diseases of Plants and Agricultural Pests, see under Agriculture, 

Rust in Wheat, Turnips ; Fruit-Growiiig ; Larches ; Insect Pests, Sawfly, 

Gypsy Moth (under Caterpill.nr.s), Ermine Moth : Crows, Rabbits 
Disestablishment, ses under Church of England 
Disraeli, Benjamin, see Beacousfield (Earl of) 
Ditchfield, Rev. P. H., 

On Old Genoa. Ant, XXXVI. Jan, 19 

On French Prisons: Caged in France, Q M, CCLXXXIX. Oct. 396 
Diver-Birds : The Great Northern Diver on the Aba-deenshire Coast, C J, 

III. Sept, 575 
Divina Commedia, see under Dante 
Divine Pastoral — Virgil's Fourth Eclogue, by Countess Martinengo 

Ccsaresco, C R, LXXVIII. Nov, 676 
Diving : 

Diving as a Fine Art, by W. Henry [Ul.\ P M, X. July, 73 (XXII. July, 
6a) 

Natural Diving, Useful and Ornamental, by W. B. Northrop [ill.\ L H, 
XLVIII. Sept, 993 

Diver Smale and the Octopus, by F. S. Smith (rV.), W W, VI. Nov, x6o 

Diving Horses, by A. H. Broadwell [ill.], 8tr, XIX. June, 6g6 
Divining Rod : 

On the S)-Called Divining Rod, by Prof. W. F. Barrett {Ul.\ Psy R, XV. 
Oct. 139 

A Lady Water-Finder, Bun M, XXIX. Oct, 674 
Divorce, see under Marriage and Marriage Laws 
Dixon, Miss Marion HopwOrth, 

On Onslow Ford [ill.]. Arch Rev, VIII. Dec, 357 

On the Art of Mortimer Menpes •;//.!, L R, IX. Dec, 305 
Dobson, Austin, Poem by,—" Before Sedan," Q T, V. Jan, 937 
Dodd, Miss Catherine, 

On School ChUdren's Ideals, Nat R. XXXIV. Feb, 875 fXXI. Feb, 568) 

On German and English School Children, Nat R, XXXVI. Dec, 557 
(XXII. Dec, 570) 



76 



INDEX TO THE 



Doddridge, Dtt. Philip. 



Douglas, Prof. Robert K. 



Doddridg^e, Dr. Philip, 1702—17^1 : The Handwriting of Dr. Doddiid^^e, 
by Dr. A. B. Grosart (<//.), Sun H, Feb, 853 

Dodnon, Rev. Charles L., see "Carroll (Lewb)" 

Dodington. Qeorge Bubb, died 1762 : The Sycophant of the Last 
Century, by Alex L Shand, C, VIII. Feb, 220 

Dods, Prof^ Marcus, 
On Recent English Literature on the New Testament, Ex, II. Aug, 155 
On Calls to Discipleship {<//.), Q, Feb, 331, Mar, 415 

Dogma in the Catholic Church, see under Catholic Church 

DoKS and Dop; Tribe (see also Coyote, Foxes, Wolves) : 
The Importation of Dogs, by C. A. M. Bailey, Land M, IV. Aug, 580 ; 

Reply to, by A.W.C., Land, IV. Nov, 796 
Dog-Fancjring, by L. Mellard, C J, III. Sept. 609 
First Lessons in Dog-Breaking, by H. P. Tallman {///.), O, XXXVII. 

Oct, 83 
Breaking Dogs for the Gun, by H. Pratt (///,), P M, X. Sept, 278 
Pet Dogs, and How to train Them, by A Missus, GOP, XXII. Oct, 19 
The Education of Sam, by Charles D. Warner, C M. LXI. Nov, 56 
A Dog's Toilet Club, by F. FouUham (if/.), Royal, IV. Aug. 320 
Politics of the Dog, by Austin Fryers (///.), Luel, XI. Dec, 169 
American and English Dog Shows contrasted, by L. P. C. Asiley [iiL)^ O, 

XXXVI. Apr, 13 
Coursing on Western Prairies, by W. S. Harwood [ill.), O, XXXVII. 

Oct, 45 
More about Retrievers, by Lieut. -Col. Sir Henry Smith, Black, CLXVIII. 

Aug, 204 
The Irish Wolfhound, by H. W. Hnntington [Ul.), O, XXXV. Mar, 569 
The Queen's Pet Dogs (i//.), L R, VIII. fuly. 3:^7 

The Queen's Pet Dogs, by Ernest M. Jes^op [ill.), OOP, XXI. Jan, 248 
The Princess of Wale»'s Dogs, by E. W. Jcisop (t//.), Q O P, XXI. June, 

577 
Distmgtiished Edinburgh D(^s, by Eve Biantyre Simpson, C J, III. Mar, 

154 
Towser; a Sailor's Pet, by C. M. McCartensy (<//.), 8t N, XXVII. July, 

819 
Canine Collectors in the Cause of Railway Charity, by J. A. Reid (///.), 

Rail M, VII. Sept, 26) 
Dogs That earn Their Uving, by C. J. Cornish, C, IX. Oct. 520 (XXII. 

Oct, 378) 
Ghent: Where Dogs are used as Policemen, by J. E. Whitby {iil.\ W W, 

VI. Nov, 143 
Ambulance Dogs in the German Army, by F. A. Talbot [ill.), 8tr, XX. 

Sept, 959 
Dogs of War, by Inring Montagu [ill,), W M, XII. Nov, 621 
Football Dogs, by A. H. Broadwell (///.), 8tr, XIX. Mar, 317 
TrufRe-Huuiing with Pigs and Dogs, by M. Dinorben Griffith [ilL), Str, 

XX. Nov, 52; 
Jumping Cats and Dogs, by A. C. Banfield (/?/.), P M, X. Dec. 646 
How Ihey rescued the Dogs of Taylor's Island, Niagara Falls, by O. E. 

Dunlap (///.), W W, V. Sept, 650 
Delusions about Hydrophobia, by RoUin E. Smith, O, XXXVI. Sept, 620 
Miss Maud Earl ; a Famous Dog Artist : Interview, by Wellesley Pain 

(1//.), QR, III. Dec, 07 
Mr. Landor and His Photographs; Cat and Doz Life, by D. T. Timins 

[Ul.), P M, X. Sept, 24a 
The Dog in Literature, by Miss C. TroUope, Q M, CCLXXXVIII. Mar, 
980 
Doing the Impossible— Removing London Buildings to the Country, 

by A. Birnage (i//.). Harms, IV. July, 594 
Dolcoath Tin Mine, Cornwall : Half a Mile down, by Miss Gertrude 

Bacon [ill.), Q W, XLI. .May, 341 
Dollar, J. A. W., and His Remarkable Surgical Operating Table for 

Horses, by W. J. Wintle [ill.), Harms, V. Aug, 15 
Dolls and Do! I houses : 
Something about Dolls (///.), E I, XXIV. Dec, 214 
Doll-Making by Women ; Bread-Winning at Home, by Miss Margaret 

Bateson. OOP, XXL Jan, 2x9 
>yorking Dolls, by F. M. Holmes (///.), C F M, XXX. Jan, 260 
Celebrities in Shells, by A. B. Maguire Ull.), Str, XIX. Apr, 45* 
In DoU-Hoiise L.and, by Miss Alice Corkran [ill.], Q R, III. Nov, 41 
Dolman, Frederick. 

Interview by F. Dolman : — Hubert Herkomer :///.), Str, XIX. Apr, 43 » 
On the Most P>eautiful Women in Painting [ill.), Str, XX. Dec, 730 

(XXII. Dec, C99) 
On the World's Greatest Pictures [ill.), Str, XX. Aug, X92(XX. Aug. 163) 
On the Handel Festival [ill.). Sun Str, I. June, 627 
On Australian Authors of Today [ill.), C F M, XXX. Apr, 567 
On La Fronie ; the First Daily Paper produced for Women by Women 

[m.], str, XIX. Feb. 211 (XXI. Feb, 148) 
On Architecture ; Which is the Finest Building in the World ?(///.} 1 Str, 

XX. Oct, 410 
On the Navy ; How It i* fed [ill.), E i, XXIV. Oct, 8 
On Sunday on a Man-o'-War ill.). Sun Str, II. Oct, 456 
On Strang<r Craft on Many Waters (///.), E I, XXIII. Apr, 20 
On Shipbuilding on the Clyde [ill.), P M M, XXI. Tune, 272 
On the Rulers of South Africa [ill.), P M M, XX. Klar, 292 (XXL Mar, 

260] 
On the Ladies of Cape Town '///.), W H, VIII. Feb, 469 
On Bishop and Mrs. Percival [ill.). Sun Str, I. Apr, 404 
On ."^ir Wilfred Laurier [ill.). Universal, I. June, 338 
On Doctors' Diversion* [ill.), Str, XX. Sept, 321 
On Lovers' Leaps, etc. ; In the Footsteps of Cupid (///.), W M, XII. Aug, 

307 
On the Catacombs of St. Callistus, Rome ; a City of the Dead (<//.). W M, 
XI. Jan 717 



Dolman, Frederick, — continued. 
On the Naples Museum; Nothing New under the Sun (rV/.), E I, XXIII. 

July, 319 
On Pompeii Up-to-Date {ill.), E I, XXII 1. Aug. 497 
On New Zealand; an Infernal Region [ill.), E I, XXIII. May, xaa 
Dolomites, see under Alps 
Domesday Book : The Domesday " Manor," by J. H. Ronnd, E H, X\. 

Apr, 293 
Domestic Appliances (see also Furniture) : 
Ancient Domestic Appliances, see under Archaeology 

A Domestic Museum, by G. L. Aoperson, Arch Rev, VII L Sep', 136 

Domestic Economy, see Housekeeping Problems, Food and Cooicery, 

etc 
Domestic Service, see Servant Question 
Domremy, France : The Home of Jeanne d'Arc, by Qifton Johnson («//-), 

Fr L, L Oct, 539 
Donald, Robert. 
On Trusts in England, R R A, XXII. Nov, 578 (XXII. Nov, 463) 
On Street Railways in British Towns, Mun A, IV. Mar, 31 
On Housing the Poor, C R. LXXVII. Mar, 323 (XXI. Mar, 263) 
On Municipal Trading, C R, LXXVIII. Aug. 2/7 (XXIL Aug. 176) 
Donaldson's (Canon A. B.) "Five Great Oxford Leaders," Uosigiiei 

Article on, Ch Q, L. Apr, 48 
Donatello (1386— 1466) and His Coronation Window In the Cathedral 

of Florence, by Allan Marquand [ill.), A J Archssol, IV. June, 192 
Donegal, see under Ireland 
Donkeys : 
The Moke, by Israfel, Dome. V. Jan, x86 
Distinguished Donkeys, by W. A. George [ill.), E I, XXI 11. Aug, 44* 

(XXIL Aug, 152) 
The Queen's Horses and Donkeys, by E. M. Jessop {ill.), Q O P, XXIL 

Oct, 36. Nov, 75 
The Ox and the Ass in Illustrations of the Nativity, by Dr. Paul Cans 
(«//.), O C, XIV. Jan, 46 
Donne, John, 1573 — x63x : 
Izaak Walton's *' Life of John Donne " ; Reply to Leslie Stephen** Artack 
on Edmund Gosse's •'Life of Donne," by Rev. H. C Beechiug, C. VIII. 
Feb, 249 
Biographical and Critical Articles on John Donne, by — 
Chadwick, Rev. John White, New W, IX. Mar, 31 
Sanders, H. M., T B, CXXI. Dec, 614 

Unsigned Articles, Ch Q, L. Apr, 91 ; Q R, CXCIL July, 917 
Donnelly, Eleanor C, Poem by, — "In Memory of Lord Russell cf 

KiUowen," ir M, XXVIII. Oct. 577 
Donnelly (Ignatius) (1831— 1901) and His Book *'The Cipher in 
Shakespeare's Plays and on the Tombstone," by Dr. R. M. Bocke, 
Can M, XIV. Jan, 272 
Dora, Sister (Miss Dorothy Wyndlow Pattison), X83S — 1878 : 
Baring-Gould, Rev. S., on, (The Record of a Noble Life) {ill.), Q R, IL 

May, 691, June, 775 
Friend, H., on (///.), Q T, VI. May, 85 
Dorchester, Dorset : The English Dorchester, by Dr. Samuel J. Banovs 

(/// ), N E M, XXIL June, 420 
Dore, Qustave, 1832 — 1883 : 
Doi^s Pictures, by R. de Cordova (ill.). Sun Str, I. Jan, 71 
The Harintmonth Dor6 Gallery (///.), Harms, V. Oct, 25a, »8r 
Dormice or Field Mice: The Fare of a Country Mouse, by the Author 

of " In Garden, Orchard, and Spinney " («//.), Q W, XLI. Oct, 66? 
Dorner's (Prof. A.) "Qrundriss der Dogmengeschichte,** Dr. 

James Lindsay on, Crit R, X. Mar, 130 
Dorr, Julia C. R., Poems by,— 
" In Manus Tuas, Domine !" A M, LXXXVI. Oct, 573 
" Out of the Silence, Speak ! '* A M, LXXXVI. Nov. 707 
•• Inconsistency," Harp. XL. Nov, 8aa 
•• Whom the Gods love." Scrib, XXVIII. Aug, 932 
"An Afterthought." Scrib, XXVIII. Nov, 560 
Dorset, Earl of, (Thomas S.ickville), see Sackville (Thomas) 
Dorsetshire (se: also Cranbome, Dorchester, Weymouth, Wo^Ibridge 
Manor ; and Sherborne School (under Education) } : 
Dorset Folklore, by H. CoUey March. F L, XL Mar, X07 
Dorset Humour, by Sir Robert Edgcumbe, C, IX. Aug, 338 (XXIL 

Aug, 173) 
Dorset Wills, I L, Part LXXX. June 
Douay Bible : 
The Douay Bible, by Rev. Thomas J. Butler. Ir E R, VIII. July, 93 
The Story of the Daly Douai Bible, by Uda R. McCibe [UL), C W, LXX. 
Mar, 8.9 
Doubleday, W. E., 
On the New Library Bill, Libr W, III. July, x 
On Local Records and the Public Libraries, Libr A R, II. Mar, X31 
On the Open Access Question, Libr, I. Mar, 187 
Doudelet, K., Artist. Pol de Mont on (///.), Artist, XXIX. Sept, i 
Doudney, Miss Sarah, Poems by,— 
♦• The Wreck," OOP, XXI. July, 638 
"Old Lines." QO P, XXI. Sept, 809 
•• Farewell to the Old Year," Y W, IX. Dec, ixo 
Douglas, Sir George, 
On Thomas Hardy's Wesscx Novels (///.), Bkman, XVtl. Jan, ixo 
On James Thomson (///.}, Bkman, XVIII. Sept, 175 ; Same Aiticfef 

Bkman A, XII. Oct, 15X 
Poem by Sir George Douglas : — " Romance," L R, IX. Nov, 94 
Douglas, Prof. Robert K., 
On the Intellectual Awakening of China, N C, XLVII. Jane, 9S8 (XXL 

June, 578) 
On Reform in Chin.i, Q W, XLI. Dec, 80a 



DOUKHOBORTZI. 



PERIODICALS OF 19O0. 



Duelling. 



77 



Doukhobortzi, see under Russia 
Doulton Pottery Works: 

George Tinworth ; an Artist in Terra Cotta : Interview, by W. Duiban {Hi.) 
QT. VII. Oct, 8 

The Doulton Pavilion at the ParU Exhibition (<//.), Artist, XXVIII. 
June, 67 
Dousman, Mary E., on Methods of inducing Care of Books, Libr J, XXV. 

Auz, 63 
Dove, Miss, and Wycombe Abbey School, Buckinghamshire, by Miss 

E. M. Symonds {«//.), Q R, II. Feb, 378 
Doves, ses under Pigeons 
Dowden, Edward. — The Tragedy of Hamlet .according to Prof. Herford 

and Jsldward Dowden, N I R, XII. Jan, 314 
Dowden. Bishop J., of Edinburgh, on the Correspondence between the 

Nonjuring Bishops and tiie Eastern Churches, 17x6 — 1725, J Theol 8, I. 

July, 562 
Dowe, Jennie E. T., Poem by,—" Oh, Fair Lien Bahn," C M, LIX. Mar, 

804 
Dowie, Menle Muriel, see Norman (Mrs. Henry) 
Down the Valley, by H. Tompkins (t//.), E I, XXIII. Sept, 5x0 
Downes, Rev. R. P., 

On Dr. Horace Bushnell (///.), Q T, V. Jan, 360 

On John Ruskiii (i//.), Q T, V. Feb. Suppleme-.t (XXIf. Apr, 367) 

On Dr. J. Rendel Harris's "Life of Francis W. Crossley " ^i//.), Q T, V. 
Mar, 356 

On Daniel Webster (i?/.), Q T, VI. May, 88 

On Andrew Marveil (///.), QT, VI. June, i'8 

On John Gutenberg (i//.). Q T, VI. June, a xj 

On Jonathan Edwards (///.), Q T, Vl. Aug, 396 

On James Thomson (rV/.), Q T, VI. Sept, 376 

On Alexander Smith ((V/.l, Q T, VII. Nov, 72 

On Bret Harte [i//.], Q T, VII. Dec, 14a 

On Woman; Her Charm and Power, Q T, V. Jan, 213, 271, Feb, 2*31, 
3?7. 339. Mar. 367, 399; VI. Apr, xi, 43, 50, May, 83, 105, June, 147, 

Poem by Rev. R. P. Downes :— " Hymn for Our Soldiers," Q T, V. Feb, 



163. juiy, 227, 247 
oem 
a88 



Downs in the South of England (see also Sussex) : 

Across the Downs, by Prof. Grenville A. J. Cole, K, XXIII. Apr, 89 
Dowry Customs in the Catholic Church : A Roman Dowry, by £. C. 

Vansittarc, Arg, LXX. Mar, 351 
Dowson, Ernest. 1867 — 1900 : 

Sherard, Robert H., on, Au, X. May, 265 

Symons, Arthur, on, F R, LXVII. June, 947 
Doyle, Dr. Conan, 

The Making of Sherlock Holmes, by A.M. (rV/.), Y M, XIV. Oct, 335 

Our Army and Its Critics, by Hun. J. W. Fortescue, Mac, LXXXIII. 
Nov, 70 

On Some Military Lessons of the W.-«r. C, IX. Oct, 43 ? (XXII. Oct, 367I ; 
Same Article, McCI, XV. Oct, 561 ; and Reply to, by Li:ut.-Col. F. N. 
Maude, C, IX. Dec, 72S {XXII. Dec, 54S) 

On the Army in South Africa (i//.). 8tr, XX. Sept, 345 

On Charles Reade's "The Cloister and the Hearth"; My Favourite 
Novelist and His Best Book, Munsey, XXII. Mar, 939 
Doyle, J. Francis, and R. Norman Shaw, Architects : The White Stcr 

Offices, Liverpool (1//.), Arch Rev, VIII. Sept, 99 
Drachmann, Holger, Danish Poet : America through the Eyes of a Great 

IJane, by Johannes H. Wisby, A. XXIV. Dec, 561 
Drase, GteofTrey, on the War in South Africa, L Q, III. Apr, X93 
Dragon-Flies : 

The Dragon-Fly, by Arthur Ruck (///.), 8tr, XIX. May, 5x3 

On the Respiration cf Certain Dragon Fly Nymph?, by Rev. Arthur East, 
K, XXIII. Oct, 920 
Drainage, Sanitation, see Sanitation 
Drainage- of Land, see umier Agriculture 

Drama and the Dramatists, see under Theatres and the Drama 
Drang in Cornwall : An Hour in a Cornish Drang, by Edward Step (<//.)> 

Q R, II. Sept, 1095 
Drawing, Teaching of, see under Art 

Drawing-Rooms, Presentations at Court, see under Royal Family 
Dreams : 

Studies of the Dream Consciousness, by Grace A. Andrews, A J Psychol, 
XIL Oct, 131 

A First Essay in Dreams, by H. G. Hutchinson, Long, XXXV. Jan, 234 
(XXL Jan, 53) 

A Second Essay in Dreams, by H. G. Hutchinson, Long, XXXVI. Sept. 
457 (XXII. bept, 257) 

A Fantastic Dream, by H. Schlitz Wilson, Q M, CCLXXXVIII. Apr, 378 
Dresden or Meissen China, see under Pottery 



About Clothes, by George Mac Adam («//.). St N, XXVII. Sept, 988 
The Coercion of Custom, by Col. T. Pukington White, Scot R, XXXV. 

Jan, 69 
A New Philosophy of Fashion, by Helen G. Ecob, Chaut, XXXI. Sept, 

604 
English Royalty and the Fashions, by Mrs. E. C. Clarke (///.), Fr L, L. 

May, 45 
Extravagance in Dress, by Lady Guendolen Ramsden, N C, XLVIII. Nov, 

755 
The Well-Dressed Woman, by Annie R. Ramsey, Cos, XXVIII. Feb, 

414 
The Art of Dressing Well; Symposium, L R, VIII. Aug, 479 (XXII. Aug, 



o Wi 



Do Women dress to please Men? by Mrs. E. T. Cook, W H, VIII. Feb, 
Soa 



Dress — continued. 
Khakimania; Its EfTecti upjn Our Dress, by R. Shuddick, W R, CLIV. 

Nov, S49 (XXII. Nov, 476) 
The Palace of Dress at the Paris Exhibition, by F. Lees {iTl.), Stu, XX. 

Sept, 227 
Fancy Dress ; the Delights of trying to be Somebody Ellss, by Edgar 

Saltus (i//.}, Cos, XXVIII. Jan, 233 
Children's Fancy Dresses, by P. Astor (///.), Harms, III. Jan, 6cx 
Skirt-Dancing: the Poetry of Skirts (1 /.), Cos, XXVIII. Apr, 617 
M. Walles, Dress- Designer, by Kathleen Schlesin^er (<//.), L R, VIII. 

Jime, 2:0 (XXI. June, 555I 
M. Felix; the Great Dress Artist: Interview, by Marie A. Belloc (^/.), 

W H, IX. Sspi, 1089 (XXII. Sept, 284) 
M. F^lix ; a Parisian Prince of Dress, by " Intime " (<//.), L R, IX. Nov, 

2Z 

How to shop economically in Paris, by Marie A. Belloc (<//.}, W H, X. 

Nov, 97 
A Yard and a Half of Ribbon, by H. Macfarlane (iV/.), L R, VIII. July, 

'Kerchiefs, by Mrs. Bruce Clarke (fV/.), Art J, XVL Dec, 361 

Lace, see Lace 

The Feather- Fashion, by W. H. Hudson, Humane R, I. Oct, 223 

Fine Feathers, bv W. C Mackenzie, C J, III. Dec, 772 

Wholesale Millinery, eic, by Miss Gertrude Bacon [u/.), L R, VII. Feb, 

509 

Paris Hatbnd, by Marie A. Belloc (///.), W H. IX. July, 9^3 

Hats and Iheir Making, by W. J. Gorxlon ((//.}. L H, XLVIII. Sept, 084 

The Evolution of the Top Hat, by Charles Johnston (a^/.), Cos, XxIX. 
Auk. 437 

Natureform Shoes, by Mrs. Scott, P R, XI. Jan, 9 

Legislators and Their Garments ; the Inky Cloak, by T. P. O'Connor (i//.]« 
C F M, XXXII. Dec, 127 

Army Uniform, see under Armies 

Dress on the Stage, ^ee under Theatres and the Drama 

Some East London Clothing Trades, by Miss Margaret Bateson, OOP, 
XXI. Apr, 452 

The Evolution of a Pair of IVoiisers, by A. Warren (///.), E I, XXII. Feb, 
50a 

Journeymen Hatters of Great Britain and Ireland; a Sexenteenth Century 
Trade Union, by G. Un\\-in, Econ J, X. Sept, 394 

Stocking Lore, C J, III. Jan, 3T 

Hair-Dressing, see Hair-Dressing 

Fans, see Fans 

Jewellery, see Jewellery 
Dressier, Conrad,— A Sculptor-Potter, by F. MiUer(i//.}, Artist, XXVIII. 

Aug, 169 
Drew. Rev. Andrew A. W., on Hooliganism an J Juvenile Crime, N Cf 

XLVIII. July, 89 (XXII. July, 76) 
Dreyfus Case : Will the Jews re-iry Jesus Christ? by Rev. R. E. Welsh 

(iV/.},Sun Str, I. Feb, 140 
Drift of the Day, by R. Douglas, New C R, VIII. Dec, 4S3 
Drill, Military, see under Armies, Volimteers 
Drink Traffic, s:e Temperance and the Liquor Traffic 
Drinking Cups: Some Old Cups, by H. A. Heaton (t//.), L H, XLVIIL 

June, 716 
Drinks : Pulque ; the National Drink of Mexico, by C. S. Brown (<//.}, O M, 

XXXVI. Oct, 275 

Driving, see under Horses and Horsemanship 

Droitwich, Worcestershire: A Visit to tne Salt Works and Baths (Af/.), 

Harms, V. Nov, 397 
Drouot, Qeneral Antoine, 1774— 1847, Canon Staveley on, C, VIII. 

Mar, 372 
Drudgery, Philosophy of, by H. N. BuUard, New Cycle, XL Feb, 715 
Druidic Amulets and Other Symbols, by I. Hooper, Theos R, XXvII. 

Oct, 158 
Drummond, William, 15S5— 1645 : 

The Love Story of Drummond of Hawthomden, by Louise Lorimer, 
Scot R, XXXVI. Oct, 203 

Some Notes on the Cntalo^ue and Library of William Drummond of 
Hawthornden, by R. K. Dent, Libr A R, II. Aug, 427 
Drunkards, s?e under Temperance and the Liquor Traffic 
Drury. Alfred, Sculptor, A. L. Baldry on (i//.), M Art, XXIV. 

Mar, 21 1 • 

Drury Lane Theatre: Old Drury, by M. C. Salaman (///.}, C F M, 

XXXII. Dec, 139 
Dualism modernised, by Major J. W. Powell, Mon, X. Apr, 383 
Dublin, see under Ireland 
Dubois, Henri, French Medallist, E. F. Strange on (<//.), M Art, XXIV. 

Sept. 50^ 
Du Bois's (Or. W. E. Brughardt) "The Philadelphia Negro," 

Katharine B. Davis on, J P Econ, VIII. Mar, 248 
Duck-Rearing : Ducks and Duck-Breeding, by Edward Brown {ii/.), J B A, 

VII. Dec, 300 
Duck-Shooting Methods in America, by J. Day Knap [i/L], O, 

XXXVII. Nov, 147 

Dudeney's (Mrs. Henry) " Folly Corner," Harry Thurston Peck on 

(<//.), Bkman A, XI. June, 34a 
Duelling : 
ITie Siory of the Duel by R. Machray (i//.), E I, XXIII. Sept, 489: 

XXIV. Oct, 41, Ncv, ii«. Dec, 308 
The Duel and War, C M, LI.X,. Jan, 478 
In the Days of Duelling, by Turner Morton ///.), P M, X. Nov, 504 

(XXIL Nov, 480) 
Renowned Du=U of Modern Times, by A. de Burgh (Hi.), W M, XII. 

Oct, 513 



7S 



WDEX TO tMfi 



DUFFBRIN AND AVA, MaRQUIS OP. 



ECHTBRNACH, LuXBMBUlTC. 



Dufferin and Ava, Marquis of, — A Great English Worthy, by £. St. John 

Hart (*//.). Q T, V. Mar, 404 
Dufferin and Ava, IMarchlonest of, and tlie Women of India : A 



Lady of Mercy, by E. St John Hart (i//.), Q T, VII. Dec, aia 
Duffield, W. B., on Cambridge a Hundred Years Ago, C, VIII. Mar. 381 
Duffy, Qeraldlne Qavan, on the Ihird Century of the Passion Play at 

Obcrammergau, Ir M, XXVII I . Nov, 667 
Dugmore, A. Radclyffe, on the Photographing of Uird-^, etc. ; a 

Revohition in Nature Pictures (///.), W Woric, I. Nov, 33 
Dulcinfieid, Chettiire : The Arms of the Borough of Dukinfield (<//.), 

Qeneal M, IV. June, 41 
Duiwich Art Gallery, Miss S. Armitt on, P R, XI. June, 354 
Du Maurier, George B., 1834 — 1896 : 

Th= Artistic Position of Du Maurier, by Lewis Lusk (/V/.), Art J, XVI. 
Nov, 337 (XXII. Nov, 50s) 

Du Maurier at th2 Punch Table, by Henry W.Lucy (i//.),8tr, XIX. Jan, 67 
Dumb, see Deaf-Mutes 
Dumble-Dors, see under Beetles 
Dumfries Weekly Magazine, 1775 : Wisdom, Humour, and Pathos in an 

Eighteenth Century News- Magazine, by John Mactaggart, New C R, VIII. 

Aug, 137 
Dunbar, Paul Laurence, Poems by. — 

•• Robert Gould Shaw," A M, LXXXVI. Oct, 489 

" The Memory of Martha," Bkman A, XI. July, 433 

" Dinah kneading Dough," C M, LIX. Jan, 483 

••Dat or Mare o' Mine," C M, LX. May, 159 

•* The Haunted Oak," C M, LXl. De:. 976 

"A Spiritual," C M, LX. Sept. 800 



" Encouragement," Harp, XXXIX. Feb, 490 
" The Tryst," Lipp, LXVI. Nov, 77a 



" Bojker T. Washington." N E M, XXI I L Oct, 337 

*' Slow through ihe Dark." N E M, XXIII. Oct, 2*7 
Dunbar, Prof. Charles Franklin, 1831 — 1900 : 

Eliot, C. W., on (1//.), H Q M, VIII. June, 469 

Laughlin, Prof. J. Laurence, on, J P Econ, VIII. Mar, 334 
Dundonald, Tenth Earl of, see Cochrane [Adm. Lird) 
Dunkeld, see under Scotland 
Dunkerque, France : A Sunday in Dunkerque, by C.H.I. (<//.), 8un H, 

Aug, 634 
Dunn, James, Naval Constructor, W. J. Heseltine on (i//.), Cas M, XVIII. 

Aug, 343 (XXII. Sept, 384) 
Dunn, William A., Poem by,—" On Visiting a' Friend," A M, LXXXV. 

Jan, 13) 
Dunning, William A., 

On Contrasts and Parallels in American Politics, i8oo — 1900, Bkman A, 
XII. Nov, 357 

On the Politics of Aristotle, P 8c Q, XV. June, 373 
Dunnock or Hedge-Sparrow : A Bird of Lakoland, by Miss Mary L. 

Armitt, P R, XL Jan, 50 
Dunrobin Castle, Scotland, by Lord Ronald Sutherland -Cower [ill.)% 

P M M, XXII. Nov, 393 
Dunrossness, Skye : The Delights of Dunrossness, by C. J. H. Cassels 

(<//.}> Lud, IX. Mar, 454 
Dunstable Priory Church, Bedfordshire : A Case of Restoration, by 

Edwin Gunn (if/.). Arch Rev, VIII. Aug, 53 
Dupont des Loges, Paul, Bishop of Metz, 1804—1886, Austin Oates 

on, M, XCV. Mar, 259 
Durham, Bishop of, see Westcott (Dr. B. F.) 
Durham Cathedral. Rev. Hui^h Pope on, C W, LXXII. Oct, 17 
Duris, 5ih Century B.C. : A Signed Cylix, by Duris in Boston Museum, by 

F. B. Tarbell {UIX A J Archspol, IV. June, 183 
Durnford, Dr. Richard, Bishop of Chichester, (1803— 1895), and the 

" Memoir" by Dean Stephens: A Typical English Bishop, Ch Q, 
L. Apr, 141 
Dury, John, Educationist, (lived 17th Century), and " Seasonable 

Discourse," by Foster Watson, Ed R L, II. Apr, ai6 
Duse, Eleonora, 

Symons, Arthur, on, C R, LXXVIII. Aug, 196 (XXII. Aug, 176) 

Zimmem, Miss Helen, on, F R, LXVII. June, 980 (XXL June, 577) 
Dust-Storm in Argentina, by A. Beaumont (t^/.), W W, V. Aug, 489 
Dust-Women : 

Dust- Women, by Miss Emily Hobhouse, Econ J, X. Sept, 4x1 

Women in Dustyards, by M. Greenwood, Eng W R, XaaI. July, 158 
Dutch in Africa, see under Africa 
Dutch Art, see under Art 
Dutch in the East, sea Java. Sumatra 
Dutch Literature: " De Kleinc Johannes" by Fredcrik van Eeden ; a 

Dutch Fairy Tale, by Miss Margaret Robinson. N C, XLVII. Apr, 633 
Dutch People and Dutch Life, see under Holland 
Duties, Customs, Tariffs, etc., see under Protection .md Fair Trade 
Dutt Prof. Romesh, on the Faiths of Ancient India, H, XV 1 1. July, i 

(XXII. July. 49) 
Duty, hy Howard S. Pearson, St Q, III. Jan, 31 
Dwarfs : 

Some Notable Dwarfs, bv A. Vizetelly v//.), E I. XXII. Feb. 48-. 

The Dwarfs of the Prince -Bishops at Salzburg, by H. Vivian [ill.). Royal, 
V. Dec, 130 
Dwight, Timothy, 1752—1817 : An Early Writer of New England Travels, 

by Laurence Hay ward. N E M, XXIII. Nov, 356 
Dyck, Anthony van, see Van Dyck (Anthony) 
Dyke, Henry van, see Van Dyke 'Dr. Henry.) 
Dyke, John C. van, see Van Dyke (John C.) 
Dymoke Family : The Royal Champion of England, by Jennie Day 

Haines, St N, XXVI L Mar, 193 
Dzlatzko, Karl (<?/.), ubr, 1. Sept, 353 



E 



Eagles : 

Attacked by Eagles in the Alps, by A. Neyssei (<?/.)» W W, IV. 
Jan, 437 

How an Eagle carried oflf the Baby, by B. Berttand («V/.), W W, V. 
Apr, 4^ 
Eardley-Wilmot, Capt. S., see Wilroot (Capt S. Eardley) 
Earl, Miss Maud,— A Famous Dog Artist; Interview, by Welledcy F^ia 

(!?/.}, Q R, III. Dec, 97 
Earle, Dr. A., Bishop of Marlborough, Poems by,— 

" In Silence, Love and Prayer," Sun Str, I. May, 58a 

**The Righteous Cause," Sun Str, 11. July, 44 
Earle, Mrs. Alice Morse, 

" Home Life in Colonial Days'* by Mrs. Alice Morse Earle, Mrs. Andrew 
Lang on ( Iwo Centuries of American Women), Long, XXXV. Feih, 
333 (XXL Feb, 149) 

On a Gallant Silken Trade in America. N E M, XXII. July, 557 
Earle. Charles, and His Journal of a Tour in the North of Europe 

in 1825-26, edited by Mrs. C. W. Earle, C, IX. Sept, %vj (XXiL 

Sept, 383) 
Earlehurst, Virginia : A Miniature Castle at Earlehurst, by EUen Garocct 

(f//.), St N, XXVII. Aug. 917 
Earl's Court Exhibition of Women's Work, see under Women 
Earlswood Asylum : J. H. PuUen ; the Genius of Earlswood Asylnm, by 

A. Birnage (f//.), Harms, V. Dec, 481 
Early Romanticist— Thomas Edwards, by Miss Clara Thomson, C, IX. 

Oct, 487 
Ears : 

iwo Cnses of Synaeathesia, by G. M. Whipple, A J Psychol, XL 

^Apr, 377 

Deaf- .Mutes, see Deaf-Mutes 
Earthquakes : 

Professor John Milne ; Interview, by R. Blathwayt (af/.), QT, VII. Oct. 96 

The Inside of th; Earth, by Prof. Milne; Interview, by Cleveland Mofic3 
{diagrams), McCI. XIV. Feb, 363; Same Article [diagraf9€S)y P M. 
IX. June, 648 (XXL June, 585) 

Methods of studying Earthquakes, by Dr. Charles Davison, J Qooi, VIIL 
June, 301 

Earthquake-Sounds, by Dr. Charles Davison, K, XXIII. Apr, 83 

Earthquakes: Their Effects and Causes, by Frank Ballard, Y M, XIV. 
Oct, 3^9 

Weathering an Earthquake in Charleston, S. Carolina, by A. M. BHoe^ 
Mac, LXXXIII. Dec, 139 

Volcanoes and Earthc^uakes (1//.), L H, XLVIIL Mar, 455 

On Some Minor British Kartnquakes of the Years 1893 — 1899, by 
Dr. Charles D.ivison [diagrams), Qeol M, VII. Mar, 106. Apr, 164 

The Great Indian Earthquake in Assam, 1897, by Dr. Charles DaTtsoa 
(;//«/»), K, XXIII. July, 147, Aug, i6j 

Phrygia and an Earthquake, by J. bliss (r//.), Sc Q, VL Mar, 3^9 
East— Far East. Eastern Question in Asia, see Orient, Lhiaa, Japoa, 

Korea. India, Tibet, etc. 
East — Near East, Eastern Question in Europe (see also Turkey} : 

Napoleon in the Near East, by W. Miller, W R, CLIII. Nov, 534 
East End of London, see under Condition of the People 
East-End Treasure House— Bethnal Qreen Museum, by Helen C 

Gordon (<//.), E I, XXIII. May, 184 
East India Association; Proceedings, A Q, IX. Jan, X74, Apr, 3S6: 

X. July. 168. Oct, 395 
East Indies, Dutch, see Java, Sumatra 
Eastbourne Antiquities, by T. H. B. Graham, Q M, CCLXXXN'HI 

June, 551 
Easter : 

The Resurrection, see under Bible and Biblical Criticism 

The Resurrection in Art, see under Art 

Dates on Which Paschal Full Moons occur, by Lieut.-Gen. Sir Charles 
Warren, PEP, Apr, 157 

Easter Celebrations in Roumania, by George J. Zolnay (f7/.}, Fr L, XLIX. 
Apr, 587 

Easter Customs and Superstitions, by B. Fletcher Robinson (tU.), Q, 
Apr, 512 
Eastman, Elaine Q., 

On the Education of Amsrican Indians, A, XXIV. Oct, 413 

Poem by E. G. Eastman :— "The Portrait," N E M. XXII. July, $85 
Eastman, W. R., on the Essentials of a Good Library Law, Libr J, XXV. 

Aug, 49 
Easton Family: Easton vtrsus Edward (I.) Rex, by Walter M. Graham 

Easton, Qeneal M, III. Feb, 427, Mv, 478 
Easton, E. E., on the War in Souih Africa: Inside the Boer Lines (ma/ 

and///.), Harp, XXXIX. May. 815 (XXL May. 459); XL. June, 3 

(XXL June. 546), July, 163 (XXIL July, 52) 
Eastwood, J. R., Poem by,— "'I1ie Singers of Eisenach," Pur, IIL An^ 

Eberhard, Count, 1415—1496, If. SchQtz Wilson on, Q M, CCLXXXVIIL 

May, 462 
Ecclefechan, Dumfriesshire : A Vuit to ficclefechan, by WilaaoK 

Harrison (///.), Q T, VI L Dec, S09 
Ecclesiasticus, Book of, sse Apocryphal Books under Bible and Btbiical 

Criticism 
Echegaray, Jos^, — Spanish Statesman, Dramatist, Poet, by Fanny Hak 

Gardiner, P L, XII. dept, 405 
Echternach, Luxemburg : The Jumping Procession at Echtenach, by 

Baroness Rotberg 'tV/.), Q W, XLI. June, 420 



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79 



Eckels, James H., oa the Presidential Election, N A R, CLXXI. Oct, 507 

{XXII. Nov, 45«) 
Eckhmrdt, Oscar, Artist, and His Work, by A. Lawrence (af/.)i I. XVI. 

Jan, 83* 
Eclipses, see nnder Astronomy 

Economics, see Political Economy ' 

Economisers in Bngineering, see under Engineering 
Ecuador : Manuel Cdbos ; the King of the GaUpagos Islands, by T. Leander, 

C J, III. July. 463 
Eden, Miss, see Buckinshamshire (Lady) 
Edseworth. Prof. F. Y., en the Incidence of Urban Rates, Econ J, X. 

June. 179, Sept, 340 
Edgeworth, Maria, (1767^1849), and Richard L. Edgeworth : The 
Founders of Child-Study in England, by Mrs. J. H. Muirhead, Paidol, II. 
Nov, 114 
Edgeworth, Richard Lovsll, (1744— xSx7}, and Maria Edgeworth : The 
Founders of Child-Study in Englnnd, by Mrs. J. H. Muirhead, Paidol, II. 
Nov, 1x4 
Edgeworth Moors, Lancashire : Dr. Stephenson's Orphanage* ; the 
Farm Colony on Edgeworth Moors, by T. C. CoUings («f/.), Sun H, Jan, 
179 (XXI. Jan, 56) 
Edinburgh, see under Scotland 
Edison, Thomas A., Jr., on Telephoning across the Ocean; Inteniew, 

A A, III. Jan, 35 
Editors and Editing, see under Journalism 

Edmonton, Canada, by B. Camercn («f/.), Can M, XV. June, 99 
Edson, Dr. Cyrus, 
On the Bubonic Plague, Inter M, II. July, g^ 
On Longevity (<//.), Roval, IV. Oct, 50a 
Education (see also Articles under Universities, Technical Education, etc.] : 
State Education (see also Subheading Teachers below) : 
The Board of Education Act, 1899, 8 B Q. III. Feb, 77 
National Education and the New Act, J Ed. XXII. May, 30Z 
The New Educaticn Office and the Interests cf the Empire, by Dr. R. 

P. Scott. F R, LXVIL Feb, 300 (XXL Feb, 153) 
The New Authorities in English Education, by Prof. H. W. Withers, 

C R, LXXVII. June, 855 (XXL June, 575) 
The Board of Education Consultative Committee, 8 B Q, IV. July, 15 
The Charity Commissioners and the Board of Eoucation, 8 B Q, IV> 

July, 50 
The Board of Education and School Boards. 8 B Q, IV. Oct, 974 
The New Code, by Rev. E. F. M. MacCarthy, C R, LXXVII. May, 74a 
The Education Code, 1900, 8 B Q, III. Apr, 341 
The Educaii nal Outlook; the New Code and the Minute, 8 B Q, HI. 

May, 333 
The Administrhtion by the Board of Education of the Minute establishing 

Higher Elementary Schools, 8 B Q, IV. Oct, 189 
Evenmg Continuation Schools ; the New Code, .x9oo-<x, 8 B Q, III. 

June, 431 
Evening Continuation Schools, 8 B Q, IV. Dec, 43) 
The Relations of Secondary to Elementary Education, 8 B Q, III. Mar, 

X78 
The Secondary Education Bill, June, 1900, 8 B Q, IV. July, z, 31 
Higher Education; Report, 8 B Q, IV. Sept, X44 
Hisher Elementary Schools, by Hon. £. Lyulph Stanley, C R, 

LXXVIIL Nov, 643 IXXU. N.v, 473) 
Higher Elementary Schools, 8 B Q, III. Jtme, 436 ; IV. July, g, Oct, 

943 
Science in Higher Grade Schools, by A. T. Simmons, W R, CLIV. 

July, 64 
Advanced Education for the Indu<trial Classes, 8 B Q, IV. Nov, 3x7 
Central Higher Grade School, Manchester (1//.), 8 B Q, IV. Oct, 980, 

Nov. 399 
The Elementary Education (School Attendance} Act, 1899, by A. B. 

Soulby, Land M, IV. Jan, 73 
The Elementaxv Education Act, icoo, 8 B Q, IV. Sept, 143 
Revised Regulations of the 93rd Apr., xgoo, as to Certificates of Age, 

Proficiency, and School Attendance, 8 B Q, III. June, 535 
School Attendance, 8 B Q, IV. Sept, 197 
Provisional Orders under the Land Clauses Acts ; Elementary Education 

Acts, X870— 189^, 8 BQ, III. Feb, X48 
Education in Parliament, 8 B Q, III. Mnr, 187, Apr, 981, May, 419, 

June. 515 : IV. July, 6x, Aug. ic9, Dec, 4^5 
Lord Reay s Address to the School Board of London, xgoo, 8 B Q, IV. 

Oct, 307 
The Work of the London School Board, 8 BQ, IV. Aug, 75, Sept, 134, 

Dec, 485 
£ztrav9gance and Economy in the London School Board, by -Sir Charles 

Elliott, N C. XLVIII. Oct, 607 [XXII. Oct, 381} 
Moder:>tes and the London School Board, by William C. Bridgeman, 

Nat R, XXXVI. Nov, 399 (XXII. Nov, 473) 
Three Years' Progressivism at the London School Board, by T. T. 

Macnamara, F R, LXVIII. Nov, 790 (XXII. Nov. 469) ; and Reply 

to, by J. R. Diggle, F R, LXVIII. Dec, 1071 
Annual Meeting of the Association of School Boards, 8 B Q, III. May, 

3S9, June, 441 
Federation of School Boards, 8 B Q, III. Jan, 47, Apr, 313, May, 410; 

IV. Aug, X9I, Sept, 303 
Birmingham School Board, 8 B Q, III. Feb, xox 
Leeds School Board. 8 BQ, III. Apr, 971 
Educational Statistics for 1890, 8 B Q, III. May, 393 
Educational Reform, 8 B Q. III. Mar, 170 
An Educational Crisis, 8 B Q, IV. Dec, 429 
Popular Education in England and Wales during the Century, 8 B Q, III. 

Jan, X 



Ed ucation— continued . 
State Education — continued. 
School Board Religion, by F. C Arnold- Jarvis, New C R, VIII. Nov, 

389 
Ihe Education from a Churchman's Pomt of View, Ch Q, XLIX. Jan, 

4*6 (XXL Feb, X5x) 
Education and Sectarian Interference in the North, by James Dowmn, 

W R, CLIV. Oct, 413 
Inhumanity in Schools, by Miss Honnor Moiten, Humane R, I. Apr, 16 
Ihe Society for the Reformation of School Discipline, by L. W. Williams, 

Humane R, I. July, 190 
Kroebelian Work under the London School Board, by Miss Agnes J. 

Ward, Ed R L. II. May. 979 
Science and Art Instruction in Board Schools, 8 B Q, III. Apr, 954 
Science and Art Teaching by School Boards, 8 B Q, IV. Dec, 447 
The Teaching of Hygiene : a Novelty in Elementary leaching, by Sarah 

Wilson, C J, IIL Oct, 673 
Examinations in General Knowledge, Commercial Subjects, and Science, 

Art, and Housewifery, for School Board Day and Evening Continuaticn 

Schools. 8 B Q, HI. Mar. xfo 
Commercial School opened in Bradford [/»ians and <7/.), 8 B Q, IV. Dec, 

49X 
The Teaching of the Peace Conference in Our Elementary Schools, by 

T. A. Levi, Ed R L, II. Apr, 994 
Elementary Education and (Jur Rural Vouth; Open Letter to Sir John 

Gorsr, by J. Long, Land M. IV. Mar, x7x 
The Study of Plant Life ; an Experiment in Rural Education, by A. D. 

Hall, J Ed, XXII. Sept, 545 
A London Truant School, at Highbury, by C.S.B., Ed T, LIII. Oct, 

405 
Hooliganism and Juvenile Ctime; the Only Cure, by Rev. Andrew A. W. 

Drew, N C. XLVIII. July, 89 (XXII. July, 76) 
Industrial SchooU. see Industrial Schools 
The Training of Defcaive Children, see under Children 
Education in Wales, see under Wales 
Education in Ireland, see under Ireland 
Reminiscences, by a Retired Inspector of Schools, H, XVI. Jan, 96, 

Feb.oS, (XXL Apr,345) 
W. E. Forster, by H. Friend (UL), Q T, VL June, X49 
Secondary Education : 
The Secondary Education BiU, June, x9co, 8 B Q, IV. July, x, 31 
Higher Education ; Report, 8 B Q, IV. Sept, 144 
llie Relations of Secondary to Elementary Education, 8 B Q, III. Mar, 

178 
Evening Continuation Schools ; the New Code, xgoo-x, 8 B Q, III. June, 

43» 
Evening Continuation Schools, 8 B Q, IV. Dec. 439 

Technical and Secondary Education, by William Garnett, Ed R L, II. 

Jan, 98 
Commercial Education in Secondary Schools, by A. Kahn, Ed T, LIII. 

May, 9x3 
*' Economics and Industrial History for Secondarv Schools " by Hecry 

W. Thurston, Richard T. Ely on, Ed R A, XX. Sept, 159 
Secondary Inspection, by R. P. Scott, Ed T. LIII. July, 981 
Salaries in Secondary Schools, by W. H. D. Rouse, C R, LXXVIIL 

Aug, 975 (XXII. Aug, 176) 
Secondary Education in the United States, see Subheading United States 

below 
Reform of Secondary Education in Germany, by Ludwig Viereck, 

Ed R A. XX. Sept, X70 
Education in Scotland, see under Scotland 
Education in Ireland, see under Ireland 
Education in Wales, see under Wales 
Science and Art Department, South Kensington, see Science and Art 

Department 
Technical Education, see Technical Education 
Keligiuus Education, Miscellaneous : 
School Board Religion, by F. C. Arnold -Jarvis, New C R, VIII. 

Nov, 389 
Education and Sectarian Interference in the North, by James Dowman, 

W R, CLIV. Oct, 4x3 
The Positive Elements of Non-Sectarian Bible Teaching, by Dean 

Fremantle. P R, XL Aug. 561 
The Mind of a Child and the Teaching of Religion, by Rev. J. Kelman, 

P R. XL June, 34 x 
Religious Knowledge in the Cambridge Junior Local Syllabus, by Rev. 

F. L. Brereton, Ed R L, II. Feb, Sx 
Significant Ignorance about the Bible as shown among College Students 

of Both bexcs, by Dr. Charles F. Thwing, C M, LX. May, 193 (XXI. 

May. 481 ) 
Significant Knowledge of the Bible ; a Test at the Hampton Institute, 

Va., bv Miss Mary H. Rriggs. C M, LXI. Dec, 973 
The Kindergarten and the dtechism, by Very Rev. F. Canon Ryan, 

IrE R. VIII. Nov. 385 
The Catholic I avmau in Higher Education, by Thomas P. Kernan. 

CW, LX XL June 381 
1 he French Government and the Catholic Schools, by Kev. Sycii.ey F. 

Smith, M, XCVI. Dec, 60s 
Moiita'cmbert and French Education, by Rev. R. B. S. Blakelock, D R, 

CXXVI. Jan. 102 
Montalembert and the Education Question, by Jerome O'Conuell, N I R, 

XIII. Aug. 337 
Rise of the Christian Schools, by C. M. Graham, ACQ, XXV, July, 4^6 
St. John Baptist de La Salle and the Brothers of the Christian School?, 

by Max Mendel (*//.), C W, LXX. Mar, 737 



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Education. —Continued. 



EDUCATiON.x-Condniied. 



Education— continued. 
Religious Educadon, Miscellaneous — continued. 
La Salle and the Founding of the Christian Brothers, by C. M. Graham, 

C W, LXXI. Aug. 67a 
Jesuit Educators and Modem Colleges in America, by Ruth Everett, A, 

XXIII. June, 647 
Teaching Modern Languages in Catholic Colleges, by Dr. John P. 

Carroll, C W, LXXI. Aug, 6a3 
W'obum Park School, Weybridge ; Personal Reminiscences of a Catholic 

Eton, by X., J Ed, XXII. Sept. 555 
Boys' Education (see also Articles under Universiiie<, Technical 

Education ; and Subheadings Commercial Elducation, Examinations, 

Teachers, and United States tclow) : 
Ashville College, Harrogate, bv G. Lynch {£('/.), Pur, III. Feb, 154 
Berkhamsted School, by C. H.' Greene [ill.], P 8 M, V. Jan, i 
Bishop's Stortford School, bv H. Field '<//.). Pw. HI* May, 404 
With the Blue Ifcys, by D. Waterson iiil.), T M, IV. Aug, 909 
Pradfield College, by A. F. Leach (iV/.), P 8 M. V. June, 405 
The Jubilee of Bradfield College, by E. C. Marchant, Ed T, LI II. July, 

384 
"Agamemnon" of Aeschylus at Bradfield College : 
Marchant, E. C, en, Ed T, LIII. Aug, 315 
Unsi:ned Article on (<//.}, P 8 M, VI. i\ug, 97 
Charterhouse, by Vcrite '*^/.), Universal, I. July, 501 
The Colonial College, Holles^ey Bay ; a Nursery for Greater Britons 

(///.), P 8 M,VL Dec, 4^0 
Portraits and Prints at Eton, by Blanche W. Cornish (7//.), P M M, 

XXI. Aug. icox 

The Myers CoUsction at Eton College Museum ; a Soldier's Bequest, by 

W. M. Webb(i//.), E I, XXIV. Nov, 165 
Felsted School, by G. J. Hom«by Wright (///.), P 8 M, V. May, ^35 
Haileybury College, Hertfordshire; Acorns of England, by K. F. Purdoti 

[U!.), Lud.X. July, 355 
Loretto School, Musselburgh, by F. W. Kitto («//.), P 8 M, VI. Dec, 

401 
Malvern College, by P. G. Wodehousc [ili.), P 8 M. VI. Nov, 337 
Minchester Grammar School, by R. D. Hodgson ;^/.), P 8 M, V. Apr, 

94 z 
Merchant Taylors' School {/7/.>, P 8 M, VI. Sept, i6x 
Reading School [///.). P 8 M, VI. Oct, ^(y> 
Repton School, by F. C. Hipkins [HI.], P 8 M, VI. Oct, 341 
Kepton of Today, P 8 M, VI. Oct, 377 
RoBsall Sch.>o1, by C. A. M. Fennell and G. R.Pocklington (<//.)> P8 M, 

VL July, X 
Rugby School, by W. H. D. Rouse (///.], Universal, 1. Feb, 78 
My Time at Rugby, 1869-74, by Canon Henry Hayman, B 8, LVII. 

Jan. 95, Apr, a 18 
The Royal Caledonian Asylum, by Katherine Carson [ilL), T M, V. Nov, 

St."&iil*s School [iilX P 8 M, V. Mar, is^ 

Sherborne School, by Upper Fifth (///.). P 8 M. VI. Aug, 81 

Shrewsbury School, by O.S. [Ui.)^ Universal, I. Mar, 180 

Taunton School, by H. Field [i/D, Pur, III. Apr. :)35 

The New Chapel at Tunbridge (f7/.), P 8 M, VI. Oct, 274 

University College School, by J. Russell [Hi.), P 8 M. V. Feb, 73 

Wellington College, by Norman Rce (<//.), Universal, I. June, 405 

Winchester College {iii.\ Universal, I. May, 306 

Wol urn Park School, Weybridge ; Personal Reminiscences of a Catholic 

Eton, by X., J Ed, XaII. Sept. 555 
The Schoolboy Ideal, by Mary A. M. Slarks, Humane R, I. Oct, 231 
The Schoolboy's View of Schoolmasters, by Ralph G. Haw^trey, Nat R, 

XXXVI. Sept, 67 
The Public Schools and the Public Services, by J. C. Tarver, F R, 

LXVIII. Oct. 580 (XXII. Oct. 370) 
Military Schools, Military and Naval Education, see under Armies 
The Public Sch'^ois and National Defence, Volunteer Corps, etc., see 

under Volunteers 
What is meant by the Teaching of Literature in Public Sch ols ? J Ed, 

XXII. June, 3A5 

Boys and Newspapers, by J. L. Paton, Ed R L, II. June, 347, July, 4x9 

School Boy Editors fjfy/.», Harms, V. Oct, 376 

How to keep a Public School Library, by W. Kennedy, P 8 M, VI. Aug, 

9a 
Curious Public School Customs, by C. L. McCluer Stevens (///.), Capt, 

II. Jan, 328 
Of Tuck-Shops hf R. F. Cholmeley, J Ed. XXII. Apr, 940 
Boys' Schools in the United States, see United States below 
College Athletics, see under .Athletics 
Rev. W. C. Bunny of Westcombe ; Life w^iih an Army Coach, by One of 

tHe Horses. Q M, CCLXXXIX. Nov, 51a 
Commercial Kd'ication : 
The Need for Advanced Commercial Education, by H. A. Slimson, F, 

XXI.K. Apr. 240 
Commercial Eduotion in Seconda y School*, by .A. Kahn, Ed T, LIII. 

May, 313 
Commercial School opened in Bradford {plans and i//.}, 8 B Q, IV. 

Dec, 491 
Commercial Schools in Belgium, 8 B Q, IV. Nov, 394 
Pitman's School, see under Technical Education 
Girls' Education (see also Subheadings Examinations, Teachers, and United 

States below) : 
The Frances Mary Buss Schools, by Eleanor M. Hill (///.), Q R, II. 

Apr. 59t 
The Grev Coat Hospital, Westminster, by Christina G. Whyte [ill.), 

Q R, III. Dec, 147 



Education— continued. 
Girls' Education — continued. 
Milton Mount College, Gravesend, by H. Spicer (fV/.), Pur. III. Jae, 

73 
Roedean School, Brighton, by Christina Gowans Whyte (r^.)* Q R> H. 

Sept, X060 
The Royal Caledonian Asylum, by Katherine Carson (<V/.J, T M, V. 

Nov, Til) 
Wycombe Abbey School, Buckinghamshire, by Miss E. M. Symcods 

(///.), Q R. II. Feb, 378 
Educational Reform for the New Century, by Dr. D. S. Gr^ ry, Horn R, 

XL. Aug, 179 
The Twofold Education of Women, by Ardibishop Temple, Horn R, 

XXXIX. June, 516 
The Object of a Girl's Education, by Mrs. A. Butier, P R, XI. 

Sept, 593 
Overflowing Numbers in Women's Colleges, by C.S.B., J Ed» XXII. 

Feb, 1x6 
The College Girl and the OuUide World, by Sophia Kirk, Lipp. LXV. 

Apr, 596 
Education and Marriage, by A T.. Mearkle, A, XXIII. June, 66 r 
Private Secondary Schools for Girls, by Louise S. B. Saunders, Cd R A, 

XX. Nov, 357 
Higher Education of Women in Fr.ince, by Anna T. Smith, F, XXX. 

Dec. 503 
A Visit to an Ecole Primai<e 5up<^ri :uie de Jetmes FOIes in Patris^bf 

Miss Dodge )n, J Ed, XXII. Oct, 64s 
A Girls' High School in Sitrra Leone, West Africa, by Bishop Joha-« 

[Ut.\ Q O P, XX IL Dec, i9'3 
In Many Fields; Woik done by Girls, 1899, by Mrs. Stepney Rawsoa 

(«//.), Q R, II. Apr, 553 
Girls' Fire Brigades, by Kathleen Waldron (///.), Q R, II. J[am. s86 
Some Christmas Entertainments i;i Girls' Schools, by Sybil C. Mitfjvd 
[ill.), Q R. II. Apr, 608 
Summer Schools : 
Chautauqua Summer School; Is nn Assembly Program Educative? bj 

George E. Vincent, Chaut, XXXI. June, 248 
Chautauqua. Ed R L, 11. Jan, 38 
Ex.-iminations («ce also Articles under Subheading United States below^ : 
Report of the Cambridge Local Exammadons Syndicate, by i^iiili Pss. 

Ed R L, II. May, 790 
The Cambridge Junior Ix>cal Syllnbus : 

Arithmetic, by W. P. Workman, Ed R L, II. Jan, 19 
Kclirious Know-edge, by Rev. F. L. Br.^reton, Ed R L, II. Fwb, €1 
Engli.sh Grammar, by Rupert Deakin, Ed R L, II. Mar, i4« 
English History, by Alfrel Barker and John I.ees, Ed R L, II. Apr, ao^, 
Geography, by F. W. Lucas, Ed R L, II. Mav, 273 
Ijitin, by Rev. W. H. Flecker, Ed R L, II. June, 337 
Examinations in General Knowledge, Commercial Subjects, and SocDce. 
Art, and Housewifery, for School Board Day and Evening d-niinnatuB 
SchooU, 8 B Q, III. Mar, 159 
Ihe Examinatiou Mania; a Protest, by W. £. Ord, New C R, \1IL 

July, 64 
Examination Tests, Oral and Written, by Prof. H. L. Witkers, Ed T. 

LIII. Feb, 79 
Orsl Examinations in France, by Miss E. Williams, Ed T, LIII. FcK?* 
A St idy in School Jokes, by Mi&s E. M. Griffiths, Long. XXXVI. Oo, 
553 (XXII. Oct, 377) 
College of Preceptors : 

Half- Yearly General Meeting. Ed T. LIII. Feb, 67, Aug, 308 
Distribution of Diplomas, Prizes, and Certificates, Ed T, LIII. Apr, 176, 
Nov, 431 
Teaching of the Bible in Schools, ses Subheading Religious Inslmctiu 

above 
Theological Training for the Chuich, see under Cler|^ 
Teachin{( of English Grammar, English Composition, English 

and Litera'ure, see under Literature 
leaching of Elocution, sec Elocution 
Teaching of Science, see under Science, Chemistry, Plant-Life, Xalnre> 

Siudy, etc. 
Teaching of Philosophy, ses Philosophy 
Teaching of Political Kconomy, see Pohtical Economy 
TeachidK of (government and Political History, see under Politics 
Teaching of Sociology, see under Sf>ciology 
Teaching of Patriot &m, see Patriotism 

Teaching uf History and Geography, see History and Geography 
Teaching of Arithmetic, deometry, see Arithmetic, Geometry 
Teaching of Foreign Lnueuages. ses under Languages (Foreign), Latin. 

Greek uiu.cr Greece (Ancient), French, German, etc. 
Teaching of Drawing and Art, see under Art 
Teaching of Music and Singing, see under Music 
Naval and Milit.'iry Training, see under Navies, Armies 
Technical Education, sec Technical Education 

Te iching of Domestic Economy, see under Housekeeping Ptoblems 
Teaching of Health and Hygiene, see under Health and Hygiene 
Physical Training, see under Athletics, etc. 
Co-cdui:ation : 
Cocdiication, by John Ableit, W R, CLIII. Jan, ^^ 
Co-education, by H. Whiskin, W R, CLIII. Apr, 458 
Oucrlin College, sec Subheading United States below 
The Kindergarten : 
The Fhilosophy f f Friedrich Froebel, by Prof. Rudolf Encken, F. XXX. 

Oct, i7-> (XXH. Nov, 481) 
A Synthesis of Hcrbart and Froebel, by Prof. Weltcn, J Ed, XXI L 
Mar, 203 ; Same Article, Ed R A, Xx. Sept, 109 



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Education— continued, 
llie Kindergarten — continued. 

Thr Froebel Institute; How to be Merry and Wise, by Christina 

Gowans Whyte (i//.), Q R, III. Nov, 37 
Froebelian Wi rk under the London School Board, by Miu Agnes J. 

Ward, Ed R L, II. May, 979 
The Kinderg-rten and the Catechism, by Very Rev. F. Canon Ryan, 

Ir E R, VIII. Nov, ^85 
Some Defects of the Kmdergarien in America, by G. Stanley Hall, F, 
XXVlII.Jan,579 
Teachers (see also Subheading Uni ed States below) : 
The licensing of Teachers in England in the Past, by Prof. Foster 

Wation, Ed T, LI 1 1. Mar, 138 
Trade Unionism and the Teaching Profession, by F. B. Kirkman, «j Ed, 

XXII. Feb, 114 
The Profession of Teaching, by W. A. Wilbur, Cons R, IV. Dec, 331 
Teaching as a Profefsion, by Carolyn Shipman, Ed R A, XX. Nov, 4x4 
Wanted — ^a Teacher, by James H. Canfield, Ed R A, XX. Dec. 43) 
Teaching as a Career for Girls, by Miss Dorothea Beale (i//.), Q R, II. 

Apr, 630 
Private Schools ; an Employment for Women, by Marion Leslie, W H, 

VIII. Jan. 387 (XXI. Jan, 5a) 
*' Talks to Teachers" by Frof. James : Teachers. Students, and Professor 

James, by Cornelia A. Pratt, Critic, XXXVI. Feb, no 
How I learnt to teach, by Cloudesley Brereton, Ed R L, 11. Jsn. 44 
Miss E. P. Hughes on Training for Teachers; Interview, by Miss C. S. 

Bremner, J Ed, XXII. Feb, xo; 
Train Your leachers, by P. A. Bamett, Ed R L, II. Mar, 153 
Ilie Training of Teachers. J Ed, XXII. Nov. 68 z 
University Training for Teachers, 8 B Q, III. Mar, 184 
Oxford University Day Training College, 8 B Q, IV. Sept. 155 
A Cry from a Training College, by Alice M. Jackson, J Ed, XXII. Oct, 

646; and Reply to, by J. fel. Adamson, J Ed, XXII. Dec, 739 
Training Colleges in 1809, 8 B Q, IV. Aug, 94 

At a Train ng College, by Miss C. S. Bremner, J Ed. XXII. Mar, 907 
Training Teachers in France, by Lucy M. Salmon, Ed R A, XX. 

Nov. 383 
Diplomas and Certificates in Teaching, by F. H. Hayward, Ed R L, II. 

Feb, 94 
The Queen's Scholarship Examination, x89>, 8 B Q, III. Apr, 259, 

May, 384 
Science and Drawing Grants to Training Colle;«t, 8 B Q, IV. Oct, s88 
The Froebel Instittite ; How to be Merry and Wise, by Christina Gowans 

Whyte (fV/.), Q R. III. Nov, 97 
The Planning of Pupil Teachers* Centres {^an and til.), 8 B Q, III. 

Apr, 377 
Wolverhampt >n Pupil Teachers* Centre, 8 B Q, IV. Sept, 167 
Tlie Latter End of Assistant-Mastering, by Quill Pen, Ed T, LIII. 

Aug, 317 
The Assistant-Master in English and German Secondary Schools, by 

A. Kahn. J Ed. XXII. Mar. 179 
Mephistopheles and the P edagogue Abroad ; or, Fatist through Scholastic 

Spectacles, by Nestor, Ed R L, II. Feb, xo8 
An Oli-Fnshioned Schoolmaster, by Charles Fisher, J Ed, XXII. Nov, 

67^ 
The Teach-r's Imagination, by Mabel A. Marsh. J Ed, XXII. Mar, 174 
The Schoolboy's View of Schoolmasters, by Ralph G. Hawtrey, Nat R, 

XXXVI. Sept, 67 
The Teachers' OrphanaRes, by T. H. Yoxall [Hi.), Bun 8tr, II. July, 89 
Child-Study, Methods, and Miscellaneof s : 

Richard L. Edgeworih and Maria Edgeworth ; the Founders of Child- 
Study in England, by Mr«. T. H. Muirhead, Paidol, II. Nov, 1x4 
The Ethics of Child StuHy, by Dr. M. P. E. Groszmann, Mon, XI. Oct, 6f 
Cbild-Study and Its Relation to Education, by G. Stanley Hall, F, 

XXIX. Aug. 688 (XXII. Sept a8i) 
The New Psychology and the Moral Training of Children, by Henry 

Davies, I J E, X. July, 49^ 
Imitation in relation to Habit, by Mits Dorothea Beale, Ed R L, II. 

Feb, 87 
Mental Fatigue in School Children {diagrams)^ by Dr. Edward 

Thorndike. Psychol R, VII. Ni.v, 547 
Individual Tests of School Children, by E. A. Kirkpatrick, Ptychol R, 

VII. May, ^74 
Education by Machinery: Peculiar School Tests by H. J. Sbepstone 

(<//.}, Harmt. V. Oct, 367 (XXII. Nov, 474) 
Home Life of Children, see under Children 

The Engli<«h Education Exhibition at the Imperial Institute, 1900 : 
Robertson, John M., on, Ed R L, II. Feb, lox 

Unsigned Articles on, J Ed. XXII. Feb, 1x3; 8 B a HI. Jan, 5?, 
Feb. 1X4 
Conferences at the English Education Exhibition ; Reports, Ed T, 

LIII. Feb. 70; J Ed, XXII. Feb, xi8 
The International Jury on Elementary Elducation at the Paris Exposition, 

by Anna T. Smith, Ed R A, XX. Dec, 49^ 
Educational Exhibits at the Paris Exhibition, by Rev. J. O. Bevan, 

Ed T, LIII. Dec, 490 
The Ignorance of Education and the Project of an Imemational 
University, by Prof. A. Heilprin, F, XXIX. Mar, 7X (XXI. Apr, 

375) 
EducatioD as Worid-Building, by Thomas Davidson, Ed R A, XX. Nov, 

3»5 

New Culture for New Conditions, by Mark H. Liddell, W Work, I. Nov, 

55 

An Ethnic View of Higher Education, by I. W. Howerth, Ed R A, XX. 
Nov, 346 



Educatian — continued. 
Cliild-btudy, Methods, and Miscellaneous— continued. ^ 
Democracy and Education in Fjigland, by W. G. Field, Ed R A, XX. 

Oct, 271 
Riiskin on Education, by Mrs. Firth. P R, XI. Aug, 530 
Alfred Fouill6e ; a French Critic on Secondary Education, by Horace 

MUbome, W R, CLIV. Dec, 645 (XXII. Dec, 576; 
Plato's ihecry of Education, by Rev. H. Belcher, P R, XI. Nov, 755 
" Socialpaedagogik " by Paul Natorp, Arthur Allin on, Ed R A, XIX. 

Mar, 993 
Academic Kreedom, by Elmer E. Brown, Ed R A, XIX. Mar, ao9 
Individualism in Education, by T. G. Rooper. P R, XI. Apr, aaS 
Sex in Educatioii, by A. L. Mearkle, A, XXIV. Aug, ao6 
'I he Human Brain in relation 10 Education, by N. C. Macnimara, W R, 

CLIV. Dec, 634 
A Century of Education, by C. L. Maynard. P R, XI. Feb, 78 
bome Thoughts on the Educational Methods of the Last Hundred 

Years, by Mrs. Harold Barnes, P R, XI. Ian, »8 
The Old Education and the New, by Geraldine Hodgson, J Ed, XXII. 

June. '^54 
Status of Education at the Close of the Centiuy, by Prof. Nicholas M. 

Butler, Ed R A, XIX. Apr, 3x3 
Some Old-Fashioned Doubts about New- Fashioned Education, by 

L. B. R. BrigKs, A M, LXXXVI. Oct, ^f^^ 
School Reform, by Prof. Hugo MUns'.erb«rg, A M, LXXXV. May, 656 ; 

and Reply to. by Wilbur S. Jackman, A M, LXXXV. June, 8s 
Some Educational Dangrrs, by S. H. Swinny, Pot R, VIII. Sept, 136 
The Prize System, bv Charles M. Robinson, Ed R A, XIX. Jan, 80 
Cramming, by Examiner, Ed R L, II. Jime, 353 
Specialization, by Dr. H. Montagu Rutler. J Ed, XXII. June, 391 
Some Difficulties in Discipline, Ed T. LIII. Mar, x:ii 
Unstable Questions of Method in the Teaching of Elementary Science, 

by Dr. R Wormell, Ed T, LIII. June, 940 
The Lecture System, see under Leauring 
Scho >l Books and How They make for Education, by Miss Mason, P R, 

XI. July. 448 
School Libraries, see under Libraries 
1 he Hubiic Libraries an 1 the Schools, see tmder Libraries 
Ihe Art for Schools Assodation, by L. A. Corbeille {Hi.), Dome, VI. 

Feb. 61 
Practical Art among Club Women, by Adel.iide S. Hall, Chaut, XXXI. 

Sept, 6ax 
Pictures, Photographs, etc , in Libraries, see under Libraries 
A Comparison of German and English School Children, by Miss 

Catherine Dodd. Nat R, XXXVI. Dec. ^57 (XXII. Dec, 570) 
Health Inspection in the Schools. Paidol. IL July, 76 
How Hononr and Justice may be taught in the Schools, by Edward S. 

Holden, Cos, XXIX. Oct, 667 
Gentleman and Scholar, by Ephraim Emerton. A M, LXXXV. June, 773 

fXXII. July. 60) 
When School-Days are over, by Judge Cortwright, C W. LXXI. Aug. 691 
In What Sense ought Schools to prepare Boys and Girls for Life ? by 

M. E. Sadler. 8t Q. III. Apr, 97 
The Public Spirit : the One Thing Needful, by W. Manning, New C R. 

VII. Mar, 187 
Education and the English Parent, by Edith Slater, W R, CLIII. Mbr.334 
Parent and Teacher, by Acnes D. Cameron, Can M. XV. Oct, 536 
School and Home, by F. S. Marvin. Po» R, VIII. May. 81 
The School and the Home, by P. H. Hanus. Inter M, II. Dec, 647 
Country Teaching for Country Schools, by R. Anderson Graham, Long, 

XXXVL June, lai (XXL June, 562) 
School Boy Editor* («//.). Harms, V. Oct, 976 
The Big Red Schoolhouse, by EJizabeth M. Howe, Ed R A, XX. Oct, 



959 



Mar, 



School-Planning i^laus and Hi.), 8 B Q, III. Jan, 60, Feb, X30, 

ao5. Apr, 277. May, ^97 ; IV. July, •6 
School Ventilation, by W. J. Abel, 8 B Q. III. Feb, 98 
llie Salford North Grecian Street Board School {plans and ill.), 8 B Q, 

IV. July, ax 
The Road to Knowledge a Hundred Years Ago, by S. G. Tallentyre, C, 

IX. Dec. 8x5 
Some Old School Rec rds, J Ed, XXII. Oct, 647 
The State and Education during the Commonwealth, by Prof. Fos er 

Wat*on, E H, XV. Jan. 58 
Bibliographv : 
fiibhogrnphy of Education for 1899, by James I. Wyer, Jr., and Isabel 

E. Lord. Ed R A, XIX. Apr. ^34 
Books for Teachers in Secondary Schools, by William W. Bishop, Ed R A, 

XIX, Feb, 175 
Farther Contributions toward a Hbtory of Earlier Education in Great 

Britain, by W. Carew Hazlitt. Ant, XXXVI. May, 138, July, a to 
United States (see also Articles ruder Universities) : 
Impressions of American Education, by David Salmon, Ed R A, XIX. 

fan. 36 
Education in the United States, by Prof. Nicholas M. Murray, Ed R A, 

XIX. May, 481 
Adjustment of Education to Contemporary Needs, by Edwin D. Mead, 

Ed R A, XIX. M.iy, 473 
The New Spirit of Eiucalion, by Arthur Henry (//A), Munsey, XXIII. 

May, 21 X 
Dr. Henry Barnard; the "Nestor" of Americin Education, by J.R., 

J Ed, XXII. Nov, 675 
The Meditations of an Ex-School-Coixunittee Woman, by Martha 6. 

Dunn. A M, LXXXVI, July, 36 
School Reminiscences, by J. M. Greenwood, Ed R A, XX. Dec, 450 



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INDEX TO THE 



E D UCATION. — CondniMd. 



Education.—- Condnaed. 



Education— continued. 

United States — continued. 
Churches and Student Aid, by Eugene M. Camp, Chmut, XXXI. Aug, 
,48s 
The American Student in France, by James A. Harrison, Chaut, XXX. 

Mar, 580 
Education on the Farm, by Eleanor K. Howell, Chaut, XXXH. Oct, a8 
The Dewey School, Chicago ; a Day with the Mew Educat on, by Laura 

L. Runyon (i//.}, Chaut, XXX. Mar, 580 
The School and Society: Prof. Dewey's Scheme, by T. J. McCormack 

(*f/.),OC, XIV. Scot, 564 
Some Defects of the Kindergarten in America, by G. Stanley Hall, F, 

XXVIII. Tan, 579 
The Financul Rel-^tion of the Department of Education to the City 

Government, by L. S. Rowe, A A P 8, XV. Mar. 186 
The Administration of City Schools, by J. T. Young, A A P 8, XV. 

Mar, I7X 
Better City School Adminiatraiion, by Truman A. De Weese, Ed R A, 

XX. June, 61 
The Public-School Politician, by A. H. Nelson, Ed R A, XIX. 

Feb, 187 
Promotion of Bright and Slow Children, by Caroline F. Burlc, Ed R A, 

XIX. Mar, 296 

School Deportment and the Weather, by Edwin G. Dexter, Ed R A, XIX. 

Feb, z6o 
Should the Regents (of New York State) have More Power? C W, 

LXX. Mar, (02 
School Laws in New Yoik State, by Rev. Thomas McMillan, C W, 

LXX. Mar, 834 
New York Public Schools, by WiUiam H. MaxweU, Mun A, IV. 

Dec, 74a 
The Califurnian State Text-Book System, by Richard D. Faulkner, 

Ed R A, XX. June, 44 
The Milwaukee School System, by Duane Mowry, Ed R A, XX. Sept, 

The Quincy (Mass.! Method, by F. W. Parker, A J 80c, VI. July, 1x4 
Educad-^n by Macninery; Peculiar School Tests used in Chicago, by 

H. J. Shepstonc {«//.), Harms, V. Oct. 267 (XXII. Nov, 474) 
The &hools and the Libraries, !>ee Articles under Libraries 
I'hs Superintendent of Schools in New England, by Edward P. Pressey, 

N E M. XXII. Apr. 188 
The Mistress of the OIH Gray Schoolhouse in New England, by Edward P. 

Pressey, N E M, XXI. Feb, 703 
The Passing of the Old Red Schoolh.use, by Walter Sargent (///.), N E M, 

XXIII. Dec. A2» 
The Big Red Schoolhouse, by Elizabeth M. Howe, Ed R A, XX. Oct, 

959 
Berea College and the Southern Mountaineer, by Dr. W. G. Frost (rV/.]» 

R R A, XXI. Mar, 303 (XXI. Mar, 262) 
The Educational Opportimity at Berea {1//.), R R A, XXI. Mar, 311 
Transportation of Rural School Children at Public Expense, by A. A. 

Upham, Ed R A, XX. Oct, 241 
The Study of History in Schools, by George E. Howard, Ed R A, XIX. 

Mar, 257 
American Hist ry in England and America, by Ceo-ge G. Groat, Ed R A, 

XX. Sept, 184 

English History in American School Text-Books, by Charles Welsh, 

Ed R A, XIX. Ian, 23 

The Star-Span^Ied Banner " ; Uncertainty of Mat.y Schoolchildren 
up in the Subject, by Marion Hill. McCI, XV. July. 262 
The Public Hi^h Sch ol of the Twentieth Century, by Edwin P. Leaver, 

EdR A, XIX. Feb, 153 
Failures in the Fi st Year of the High School, by Ray Greene Huling, 

Ed R A, XX. Dec, 463 
A Six-Year HighSch ol Course, by F. D. Boynton, Ed R A, XX. Dec, 

515 

Frivi^te Schools for Boys, by LawTence C. Hull, Ed R A, XX. Nov, 

The TranKitioo from School to CcUege, by L. B. R. Briggs, A M, 

LXXXV. Mar, 354 
Secondary Schoo's and Colbg£ Entrance Requirements : 
College Admisiion Requirements, by Charles H. Keyes, Ed R A, XIX. 

Jan, 59 
Uniform College Admission Requirements, with a Joint Board of 

Examiners, by Frof. Nicholas M. Butler. Ed R A, XIX. Ian, 68 
Is the Curriculum crowded? by Harlan P. Amen, Ed R A, XIX. May, 

4«7 
The Crowded Curriculum, Ed R A, XIX. May, 455 

I Ihe Natural Limitations of the Elective System, by Janes H. Harris, 
' Ed R A, XIX. May. 493 
Judicious Aid to Pupils, by WUliam G. Thayer, Ed R A, XIX. May, 

437 
The Influence of Examinations, by Edgar H. Nichols, Ed R A, XIX. 

May, 443 
The Report on College Entrance Requirements in English, by Fred. N. 

Scott, Ed R A, XX. Oct, 289 
College Entrance Requirements in French and German, by Horatio 
S. White, Ed R A. XIX. Feb. 143 
Significant Ignorance about the Bible, as shown among College Students 
of Both Sexes, by Dr. Charles F. Thwing, C M, LX. May, 123 
(XXL May, 481} 
The Cath'lic Layman in Higher Educ ition, by Thomas P. Kernan, 

C W, LXXL June, 381 
Teachin; Modem I.anguagc8 in Catholic Colleges, by Dr. John P. 
Carroll, C W, LXXL Aug, 621 



i( 



Ed ucatlon— continued. 
United States — continued. 
Girls' Education : 
Radcliffe College Commencement Addresses, by,— 
Eliot. President, H Q M, IX. Dec. 227 
Goodwin, Prof. W. W., H M, IX. Dec, 922 
Wellesley College Psychological Studies, by Mary W- Calkins, 

Psychol R, Vll. Nov, 580 
New England Giri Graduates, by M. E. Blood. A, XXIV. Au^, S14 
Government of Women Students in Colleges and Voiversities, by 

Louise S. B. Saunders, Ed R A, XX. Dec, 475 
Women as School Officers, by Duane Mowry, A, XXIV. Aug, xg8 
The College Giri and the Outside World, by Sophia Kirk, Upp, LXV. 

Apr, 596 
The Inner Life of Mary Lvon, Founder of Mount Holyokc College; by 

Dr. A. E. Dunning (iU.), Chaut, XXX. Jan, 4*0 
Sarah Porter and Her Unique Educational Work, by WilUaun M. 
Sloane (j?/.), C M, LX. July. 345 (XXII. July, 79) 
Teachers : . ^ ^ 

llie Study of Education in American Colleges and UmverBstifes, by 

B. A. Hinsdale, Ed R A, XIX. Feb. 105 
Report of the Committee on Normal Schools, July, 1893, James SL 

Greeu on, Ed R A, XX. June, 72 
Principals' Reports on Teachers, by F. Louts Soldan, Ed R A, XX 

Oct, 252 
The Ethics of getting Teachers and of getting Positions, by Andrev 

S. Draper, Ed R A, XX. June. 30 
Teaching in High Schools as a Life Occupation for Men, by E. E. HiS, 
F, XXIX. June, 437 
Summer Schools, see Suoheiding Summer Schools above 
Vacadon Schools, see under Children 

The Education of the American Indian and the American Negro. 

Hampton Institute, etc., etc., see under United States (Race Probkss, 

University and School in the late Spanish Colonies, by J. J. O'Siea, 

ACp, XXV. Apr, 329 
Education in Cuba, see under Cuba 
Porto Rico : 
University and School in the late Spauish Colonies, by J. J. O'Shea, 

ACQ, XXV. Apr, 139 
Education in Puerto Rico, by Victor S. Clark, F, XXX. Oct, 229 
(XXIL Nov, 481) 
France : 
What France does for Education, by Jean C. Bracq, N E M. XXII. 

Jwly, 588 
Montalembert and French Education, by Rev. R. B. S. Blakelock, D R, 

CXXVI. Jan, loa 
Montalembort and the Education Question, by Jerome O'Connell, N I R, 

XIII. Aug, 337 
The French Government and the Catholic Schools, by Rev. Sydney F. 

Smith, M, XUVI. Dec, 605 
Higher Elementary Schools Abroad, 8 B Q, IV. Nov, j^^^ 
Higher Education of Women in France, by Anna T. Smith, F, XXX 

Dec, 503 
A Visit to an Ecole Primaire Sup^ieure de Jeunes Filles in Paris, br 

Miss Dodge n, J Ed, XXII. Oct, 645 
The Daughters of the Legion of Honour, by Mabel Humbert (tU.), Lud. 

IX. Jan, 257 
Oral Examinations in France, by Miss E. Williams, Ed T, LIII. Feb, 

74 
Training Teachers in France, by Lucy M. Salmon, Ed R A, XX. Nor, 

383 
The American Student ia France, by Prof. James A. HarrisoD, Chant, 

XXX. Mar, 580 
Educational Joumak of France, by Gabriel Compayrd, Ed R A, XIX 

Feb, 1 21 
The New Boy in a Breton School, by Kathleen Schlesinger ;«:/.), WW. 

IV. Mar, 734 
Germany (see also Universities) : 

First Impressions of German Education, J Ed, XXII. Mar, ao5 
German Higher Schools, by Elnaer E. Brown, Ed R A, XX. Not, 

405 
Reform of Secondary Education in Germany, by Ludwig Viereck, 

Ed R A, XX. Sept, 170 
llie Assistant-Master in English and German Secondary Schools, by A. 

Kahn, J Ed, XXII. Mar. 179 
A Comparison of German and English School -Children, by Miss Catherine 

Dodd. Nat R. XXXVI. Dec. S57 (XXII. Dec. 570) 
Health Inspection in the Schools, Patdol, II. July, 76 
The School Joiuney in Germany, by John M. Robertson, Ed R L, IL 

Apr, 230 
A German School- Journey, by H. H. Quilter, J Ed, XXII. Oct, 650 
Commercial Schools in Belgium, 8 B Q, IV. Nov, 394 
Italy: 
Educational Reform in Italy, by E. C. Robinson, Ed R L, IL 

July, 413 
Elementary Education in Italy, by Eveljrn M. Lang, H, XVI. Feb, i»7 
Primary Education in Rome, by Very Rev. Jeroms O'Coaoell, Ir E R, 

VII. June, 530 
Recent Italian Educational Literature, by Alex. F. Cbamberlaia, 

Ed R L, XX. Oct, 278 
Turkey : 
Dr. Hamlin and Robert College, Constantinople (t/i.). Mis R, XIIL 

Oct, 788 
How Robert College was built, by Dr. Hamlin {iiL\ Mis R. XUL 

Nov, 872 



Edocatiom.— Continue!. 



PERIODICALS OF 1900. 



£gyptology. 



83 



Education —continued. 
China : 
Chinese Education, by Romyn Hitchcock (iiiX C M, LX. Oct, 900 
The Chinese Public School -Boy, by A. Collins (f//.), Capt, IV. 
Nov, 139 
Japan : 

New Rules of the Educational Department of State, Japan, by Rev. 

J. T. Gfacey, Mis R, XIII. Jan, 35 
The Educational Problem in Japan, by Dr. I. H. Correll, Mis R, XIII. 
Feb, 104 
Vernacular SchooU in Siam, by Ernest Young, Ed R L, II. July, 407 
Education and School-Inspecting in Selangor (Straits Settlements), J Ed, 

XXII. June. 3^7 
Education in Indui, see tinder India 
A Girls' High School in Sierra Leone, by Bishop Johnson (<7/. ), Q O P, 

XXII. Dec. 196 
Educationists noticed, see 
Barnard (Henry), La Salle (Jean Spenc=r (Herbert), 

Davidson' (Thomfts), Baptists de), Tnring (Edwr. ), 

Dury (John), Natorp (Paul), Vardy (Rev. A. R.). 

Herban (johann F.), Porter (Miss Sarah), Web»ter (Rev. John), 

James (Prof. Wm.), Quick (Rev. R. H.), Woodward (Heze- 

ki»h), etc., etc. 
Edward I. of England, reigned xa73— 1307: 

Royal Descent <^ William Bartlett of Liverp3ol from King Edward I., 

Qenaai M, III. Jan, 401 
Easton versus Edward (I.) Rex, by Walter M. Graham Easton, Qeneal M, 

111. Feb, 427, Mar, 478 
The Royal Descent of Brigstoke from Edward I., Qeneal M, III. Feb, 461 
Edward ill. of England, reigned 1327 — 1^57: 
The Royal Descent of the late John and Harriet Mary Harvey from King 

Edward III., Qeneal M, III. Mar, 503 
The Battle of cr^cy, 13 16 ; a Run to Cr^cy, C J, III. Aug, 505 
Edward IV., Reign of, 1461—1483 : The Battle of Tewkesbury, May 4, 

J471, by Henry E. Maiden (Mca/i), U 8 M, CXLII. May, 163 
Edward 'Vi. of England, Reign of. 1547—1553 : Edwardins Vernacular 
Ser\'ices before the First Prayer-Book, by Rev. W. H. Frere, J Theol 8, 
I. Jan. 239 
Edwardes, Charles, 
On Cheshire ; the Salt Country. C J , III. Oct, 637 
On the Moume Mountains, Q M, CCLXXXIX. Aug, za8 
On Montpellier-leVieux ; a Ciiy of the Devil, T B, CXIX. Feb. 199 
On Naples, T B, CXIX. Mar, 4x6 

Oa theCors'.can at Home, Mac, LXXXII. Sept, 367 (XXII. Sept, 3S0) 
On the Serra da Estrdki (///.), L H. XLVIIL Sept, 9^1 
On the Diary of a Busaco Monk, x8io, C J, III. July, 428 
On Cycling: Crosses on the Koad, C J, III. June, 401 
Edwardes, Stephen, on Wreckage, etc. ; Cast up by the Sea, Q W, XLI. 

Apr, 376 
Edwards Family in America : ** Jukes — Edwards ; a Study in F.duca- 
tion and Heredity " by Albert £. Winship, Edwin D. Mead on, N E M, 
XXIII. Dec, 475 
Edwards, F. Q., 
On S. S. Wesley ('?/.), Mus T, XLI. May, 997, June, 369, July, 453 
On William Croft (<//.), Mus T, XLI. Sept. 577 
On l1ioma< Attwood {iU.), Mus T, XLI. Dec, 788 
On St. Michael's College, Tenbury ((//.), Mus t, XLI. Nov. 7x3 
Edwards, H. Sutherland, and His " Recollections," Mus T, XLI. 

Aug, 53« 
Edwards, James, on Reaping-Machines, Past and Present, J R A Q, XI. 

lune, Tga 
Edwards, Jonathan. 1703—1758 : 
Jonathan Edwards, by Rev. R. P. Downes, Q T, VI. Aug, 996 
The Early Idealism of Jonathan Edwards, by Prof. H. N. Gardiner, Phil R, 
IX. Nov, 573 
Edwards, Miss M. Betham. on English and French People; Interview, by 

R. Blathwayt (*^/.), Q T, VII. Nov, 88, Dec, 158 
Edwards, Neville, 
On Home and Social Life in the Transvaal (iV/.), L R, VIII. June, 

166 
On the Queen's Kaffirs (1//.), Harms, V. Aug. 25 
Edwards, Thomas, died 1757 : An Early Rominticist, by Mias Clara 

Thomson, C, IX. Oct, 4^7 
Edwards, Principal Thomas Charles, (1837— iqoo), ^"d Aberystwyth 

College, by Rev. H. Elvet Lewis (///.), 8un H. June, 493 
Edwards, Rev. T. R., oa Man- Eating Crocodiles and Their Ways (i//.), 

W W, V. May, aoQ 
Edwards, Walter N., 
On Bethnal Green Museum {i/i.), Q T, V. Jan. ft57 
On the Bible as a Guide to Health (i/A), Q, Feb, 303 
Eeden*s (Frederik van) "De Kleine Johannes" : A Dutch Fairy Tale, 

by Miss Margaret Robinson, N C, XLVII. Apr, 65a 
Eels: The Fate of the Sand-Eel, by F. G. ARalo (i//.), Q W, XLI. 

Nov, 763 
Effan. Maurice Francis. Poem by,^"The Yearning God," M, LIX. 

Feb, 5x1 
Egg Trade, see under Poultry 
Eggs of Birds, see under Birds 
Ecmont, Babina, Countess of, and Princess Palatine of Bavaria 

7x6th Century), E. Peyton on, Q M, CCLXXXVIII. Apr. 38 1 
Egypt, Miscellaneous (see also Egypt and the Soudan below) : 
The Khedive and His Advisns, by A. G. Bell (1//.), W M, XL Jan, 169 

(XXL Jan. 57) 
Egypt and Its Agricultural Problems, by W. C. Mackenzie, Land M, IV. 
Oct, 679 



Esypt, Miscellaneous— continiieJ. 

^ile, by To 
Feb, 158) ; Same Article (i//.), Ainslee, V. Mar, xxx 



■¥i 



he Conquest of the Nile, by John Ward (1//.), W M, XL Feb, 995 (XXL 



Barrage of the Nile, by Alderman Isaac Bowes (m0», J Man Q 8, XV. 

June, SOI 
The Low Nile of 1899 in relation to the Cotton Crop of xgoo, by S. 

Williamson Wallace, Black. CLXVII. Feb. 3^7 
The Emerald Mines of Northern Etbai, by Donald A. MacAlister Imapt and 

///.), Q J, XVI. Nov. 537 
Missionaries in Egypt, by Arnold Ward, N C, XLVIIL Aug, ao7 (XXII. 

Au;, 148; ; Reply to, by E.S., Ch Mis I, LI. Sept, 660 ; and Rejoinder, 

by Arnold Ward, Ch Mis I, LI. Dec. 911 
Identification Ofiicts in India and Egypt, by Francis Galton, N C, XLVIIL 

July, xi8(XXIL;uly,76) 
Col. Cradock's Missions to Egypt, 1727 and 1728, by Prof. Alfred Stem, 

E H. XV. Apr, 277 
A Reading Joumev in the Orient, by Frederick M. Davenport (ma/ and 

if/.), Chaut, XXXIL Nov, X78. Dec. aSs 
Impressions of Egypt, by Rev. J. W. Ewin^, Pur, III. Aug, 647 
Egyptian Memories, by C. Hill Wilson (/V.). Bad M, XI. Dec^ 678 
Leaves from My Egyptian Diary, by Rev. M. Sheshan, Ir E R, VIII. 

Ju'y, I 
Cairo; Where East and West meet, fay Chalmers Roberts (<//.), Harp, 

XXXIX. Jan, 745 
Alexandria, by Ella Eders^eim Overton (i//.), Bun H, Sept, 699, Oct, 757 
Out-of the-Way Placei in Egypt, by R. Talbot Keliy («//.}, C M, UX. Apr, 

898 
Among the FcHaheen, by R. Talbot KeUy (f7/.), C M, LIX. Jan, 396 (XXI 

Jan. 6a, 67) 
Some Types of Egyptian Women, by Alexander Harvey (>//.), Cot, 

XXVIII. Jan, 276 
Cairene Folklore, by Prof. A. H. Sayce, F L, XL Dec, 354 
The Oases of the Mudirieh of Assyut, by A. R. Guest {ma/ and i//.), Q J, 

XVI. Dec, 655 
On Desert Sand -Dunes bordering the. Nile Delta, by Vaughan Cornish 

[ma/s and «//.), Q J, XV. Tan, i (XXI. Feb, X45) 
A New Species of Chelonian from Egypt, by Dr. Qiarles W. Andrews (i/L), 

Qeol M, VIL J n, X 
Patellina-Limestone from Egypt, by F. Chapman («f/.}, Qeol M, VII. 

Jan, 3 
Fossil Mammalia from Egypt, by Dr. C. W. Andrews, Qeol M, VIL 

Sept, 401 
Pleistocene Shells from the Raised Bsach Deposits of the Red Sea ; with 

Bibliography, by R. Bullen Newton (///.), Qeol M, VIL Nov, 500, 

Dec, 544 
Egypt, Khedive Abbas II. of, and His Advisers, by A. G. BeU(i?/.), 

W M, XI. Ian, 169 (XXL Jan, 57) 
Eaypt and the Boudan : 
The Last of the Dervishes, by Mi^or F. I. Maxse, Nat R, XXXIV. Jan, 

683(XXI. Jan, 56J 
" The River War ; an Historical Account of the Reconqueat of the Sudan " 
by Winston Spencer Churchill : 
Inaccurate History, by Lieut.-CoU F. I. Maxse, Nat R, XXXV. Apr, 

36a (XXI. Apr, 371) 
Lord Kitchener and " The River War " {map and tf/.), R R, XXL 
Apr, 323 ; Same Article, R R Aus, XVI. Apr, 493, May. 6i\ 
What the Crushing of Mahdiism signifies, by F. C. Penfield, F, XXVIII. 

Feb, 708 
England's Free Hand on the Nile, by G. W. Steepens {ma/ and i>7/.), Fr L, 

XLIX.Jan, 265 
The Sultan of Turkey and Central Africa, by S. H. Fitzjobn, A Q, X. Oct, 

2?2 

My Twelve Years* Captivity in Chains in Omdurman; In the Khalifa's 

Clutches, by Charles Neufeld (^/.), W W. IV. Jan, 4x9, Feb, 531, Mar, 

643 
My Sixteen Years' Suffering among the Dervishes, by Nicholas G. 

Bekiarelli (i//), W W, V. Apr, ^, May, xxi;, June, 323 
The "Sudd'^ of the White Nils (»//.). Q J, XV. Mar, 234 
The Dry Summer on the Upper Nile, by A. D. Milne, 8cot Q M, XVI. 

Feb, 89 
A Journey through Somaliland and Southern Abyssinia to the Shangalla 

or Berta Country and the Blue Nile and through the Sudan to Egypt, by 

Dr. Reginald Koettlitz (///.), J Man Q 8, XV. Aug, i ; Snme Article, 

Bcot Q M, XVI. An?, 467 
A Trip from Uganda to Khartoum, by Cast. M. F. Gage {ma^). Nat R, 

XXXV. Ju'y, 823 (XXII. July, 74) 
Egyptology : 
Biblical Archaeology, see under Bible and Biblical Criticism 
" History of Ancient Egypt " by Orlando P. Schmidt ; New Light on 

Egypt, by George St. Clair. W R. CLIV. Aug. xSj 
The Testimony of Ancient Monument*, by Prof. Sayce ; Interview, by 

R. Blaihwayt (///.), Q T. VI. Aug, 3x2 
Recent Egyptian Discoveries, W.J.L on. Arch Rev, VIII. Nov, 238 
Egyptian Nature, Art, and Gjrdening, by C. H. A. Bjerregaard, 

New Cycle, XL Feb. lao 
Senmut, Architect and Royal Tutor, by M. Brodrick (///.), Arch Rev, VII. 

Feb, 88 
Tehut the Master of Wisdom, by G. R. S. Mead, Theos R, XXV. Jan, 

Fin -ling the First Dynasty Kings, by Canou H. D. Rawnsley, A M, 

LXXXVI. Oct. 481 
The Story of the Pyramids, by Norman Lattey («^/.), 8t P, IV. Feb, 4x5 
The CofFer of the Great P\Tamid, by Col. C. M. Watson, P E F, Aor, 15X 
The Story of the Sphinx, by Emma Jane Arnold (i7/.), 8t N. XXVlL Feb, 

283 



84 



INDEX TO THE 



Egyptology.— Continued. 



El-ECTRICITY. 



Egyptology — continued. 

Ihe Mjsiery of the Scarabs, by John Ward {i//.). Sun H, Dec, 88 
Isis-Worship in Paris, by Count and Countess MacGregor ; Interview, by 

Frederic Lees, H, XVI. Feb, 89 (XXI. Feb. 14a) 
Ancient Egyptian Ceramic Art, by Henry Wallis, N C, XLVII. Feb, 308 
Ihebes: Her Kuins and Her Memories, by Dulany Hunter (<7/.). Cos, 

XXX. Nov, -i 
Egyptian Weights and Measures since the Eighteenth Dynasty and o( the 
Rhind Mathematical Papyrus, by Lieut -Gen. Sir Charles Warren, P E F, 
Arr, 749 
Egypt in the Middle Age*, by Prof. Stanley Lane Poole, Long, XXXVI. 

Tulv, 327 (XXII. luly, 65) 
The .Myers Colhcion at Eton College Musetim; a Soldier's Bequest, by 

W. M. Webb (1//.), E I, XXIV. Nov, 165 
A Reading Journey in the Orient, by Frederick M. Davenport (mta/ and 

Hi.), Chaut, XXXII. Nov. 178. Dec, 985 
By Tramcar to the Sphinx, by A. Harvey («//.), T M. IV. Jan, ast 
Two Chapters of St. John in Greek and Middle Egyptian, W. E. Crum acd 

F. G. KLenyon on, J Theol 8, I. Apr, 415 
Names derived from Egypt, by Crux, QeniMil M, IV. July, in 
Eighteenth Century Life : Letters from an Eighteenth-Century Escritoire, 

i.y Ethel M. McKenna, F R, LXVIII. Dec, icao 
Elbe-Rhine Canal, by Prof. J. H. Gore (ma/), R R A, XXI. Apr, 457 
Elchi, see under Spain 

Elder-Tree Traditions, by A. J. H. Stanley. Ant, XXXVI. May, 148 
Elders of Arcady-Old People, by Dr. A. je«snpp, N C, XLVII. May, 776 
Electoral (see a'so Articles under Conservative Partv, Liberal Party} : 
D»<Kolution of Parliament, see under Parliimentarv 
To the Electors of the United Kingdom, by Frederic W. Tusman, W R, 

CLIII. Feb, 167 (XXI. Feb. 745) 
For Honour ! For Fatherland ! To the Men of England, W R, CLIII. May, 

494 (XXI. May. 481) 
Issues for Next General Election; the Topic of the Month, R R, XXI. 

Jun;, 538 
The General Elector: Cha-acter Skstch (///.), R R, XXI L Oct, ^lo; 
Parts of Same Article, R R A, XXII. Nov, 585 ; and R R Aus, XVIL 
Nov. 6x3 
The Ob?rammergau Passion Play and the Gsneral Election : a Parallel 

(Mi.), R R, XXIL Oct, 347 
«• The Candidates of Cain*' ; the Book of the Month, R R, XXIL Oct, 393 
The Coming General Election, by N. W. Sibley, New C R, VIII. Aug, 1 59 
The General Election, Q R, CXCII. Oct, 565 (XXIL Nov, 455) 
The General Election, E R, CXCII. Oct «S (XXIL Nov, 4«6) 
'J'he British General Section, by Henry W. Lucy, F, XXX. Oct, 191 
ITie Khaki Election, by E. S. Beesly, Pos R, VIII. Oct, 161 
Parties and Principles, M R, I. Oct, 95 (XXIL Oct, ^74) 
The General Election in the United Kingdom, C W, LXXII. Oct, 116 
The New Parliament, Black, CLXVIII. Nov. 783 

"Ihe Khaki Flection," by Lady Jeune, I C M, I. Dec. lea 
The Patriotic Election— and After, by J. A. Spender, C R, LXXVIII. 

Nov 746 (XXIL Nov, 455) 
After the Khaki Election, by Frederic Harrison, Pos R. VIII. Nov, 191 
The Downfall of Liberalism, by Edward Dicey, F R, LXVIII. Nov, 803 

(XXIL Nov, 456) 
The Vindicati n of Democracy, F R, LXVIII. Nov, 815 (XXIL Nov, 

456} 
The Machinery of Democracv, by A. E. Maddock, W R, CLIV. Dec, sq? 
Ihe Lessons of the Election, by Arthur E. T. Newman, New C R, VIII. 

Nov, 377 
Radical Tactics at the General Election, by Horace C. Garrod, New C R, 

VIII. Nov, 329 
The New Salisbury Ministry, «!ee under Pa'liament;>ry 
'Ihe Recent and Pa^t Englism Elections, by Thomas L. Champion, Can M, 

XVI. Nrtv, 7s 
The Elecii ns in England, by D.E.F., A A, IV. Nnv, 418 
English and American Elections, by Sydney Brooks (i//.), Harp, XL. 

Aug, ^29 (XXIL Aug. 174) 
The Value of a Vote, by H. Morgan-Browne («17.), W M, XII. Nov, 653 

(XXIL Nov, 484) 
Voiing by Mail, by Edward Stanwood, A M, LXXXVI. Oct. 568 
Concernin? Petitions and Ehctioneeiiog Pledges, by Lady Sophia Palmer, 

N C, XLVIII. Oct. 551 
Electioneering in England, Arg, LXXII. Nov, 345 
Electioneering Women : an American Appreciation, by Miss EKz. I . 

Banks, N C, XLVIII. Nov, 70r (XXIL Nov, 4s8) 
Bribery and Corruption, by Prof. E. W. Huniingford, Can M, XV. July, 

944 
Social Reform and the General Election, by Thomas Burke, F, XXIX. 

July, 523 (XXIL Aug, 180) 
The Over-Representation of Ireland in the House of Commons ; Ju<tice to 

England, by J. Holt Schooling. P M M, XXIL Sept, 77 (XXIL 

Sept, 2621 
Proportional Representation in Belgium, by J. R. Commons, R R A, XXL 

NIay. 583 
Elections in America see under United States 
Electric Light and Heat : 
General Articles on Electric Light and Power Transmission, see Electricil 

Engineerina ( Miscellaneous; below 
Gas or Electricity for Heating, Lighting, and Power ? by Alton D. Ad \nis, 

Cas M. XVIL Apr, si 3 
The Uiion of Kleciric Lighting and Traction Planti, by Alton D. Adams, 

Cas M, XVIL Ian, 221 
Electric Lighting Currents, by James Quick (///.), 8c Q. VI. Jan, aa8 
Electrical Engineering and the Municipalities, by A. A. Campbell Swinton, 

N C, XT.VII. Feb, 297 (XXL Feb, 152) 



Electric Light and Heat— ontinued. 
Central-Station Practice of the London Electric Lighting Compaaj, by 

Frank C. Perkins (xV/.). EivjK M, XX. Dec, 408 
Municip:«l Electric Lightinj in Dietroit, by jfohn A. Fairlie, Mun A, IV. 

Sept, 606 
Municipal Gas and Electricity in Halle, Westphalia, by EdmniMl J. 

James, Mun A, IV. Sept, 574 
The Evolution of the Electric Switch, by Ernest K. Scott («{/.). EngT, 

III. Mar, 64 
The Making of a Glow Lamp, by C. J. Robertson (^/.), Felld, IL M«, 

A Universal Lamp-Support for the Photometry of Glow-Lamps, by Qaytaa 

H. Sharp {diagrams), Phys R, XL Sept. 181 
Electiic Light Fittings; W. H. Cooper's Designs (i?/.). Artist. XXIX. 

Oct, xos 
Electric Ught Fittings [Ui ). Art J, XVI. Jan, 93 
The Perform moe of G. W. Patterson; a Curious Electrical Displair. by 

H. J. Shepstone (///.), 8tr, XIX. Jan. 81 
Hottest Heat and Electrical Furnaces by Sturgis B. Rand 'ff7/.\ McCl. 

XIV. Jan, 8x3: Same Article (tV/.), W M, XL May, 673 (XXI. May. 

4*50) 
Bathing in Electric light, by H. C. Fyfe (r?/.), P M, IX. Feb, 1*4 [XXL 

Mar, %i%) 
The Finsen Institute in Copenhagen, by Miss Edith Selle-s, C J, III. Aug, 

517 
Electric Heat, etc. ; Queer Cures, by A. Anderson and T. F. Manoiag 

(«V/.), Harms, V. Dec, 467 
Curing Animals by Electricity, by H. C. Fyfe (illX P M, X. I>er, 66$ 
Electricity. Miscellaneous (see also Electric Light and Heat, Electricity 

as a Motive Power and Electrical Engineering (Miscellaneous), Electro- 

ly^iu, Te egraph and Cables, I'elephone) : 
Magnetism and Electricity, by Mabel GiflTord, Ideal R, XII I. Dec, 41 1 
Light, Electricity, and the Ether, by J. Ellard Gore, Q M, CCLXXXVIIL 

.Ian, IS 
A Determination of the Nature of the Electric and Magnetic Qnaaikks 

and of the Density and Elasticity of the Ether, by R. A. Feaacndea 

{ditgrams), Phys R, X. Jan, x, Feb, 83 
The 1 r;«nsmis!(ion of the Ionized Exhalations of Phosphorous throogfa Air 

and Other Media, by C- Baru«, Phys R, X. lune, 257 
The Influence of Electrification on the Surface Tension of ^Va'cr aoad 

Mercury, bv Fmest Merritt and Samuel J. Rarnett, Phys R. X. Feb. 65 
A New Method of measuring the Resistance of a Galvanometer, by 

WiUiam S. Day, Phys R, XL Oct, a<T 
A Method of studying Electrostatic Lines of Fores, by F. J. Roget% 

Phys R, XL July, 56 
El.ct-ical Resistance of Th'n Films depo«ited by Kathode Discharge, by 

A. C. LoDgden {diagrams), '*^* ^* ^^- ^^^y* '?• A"?< ^* 
The Development of Kathode Rnys by Cltra Violet Lisht. by 

Merritt and Oscar M. Stewart [dt igrams\ Phys R, XL Oct, 9\f> 
Spark-Length of an Electric Influence Machine as modified by a 

Spark from the Negative Side, by W. J. Humphreys, Phys R, X. Ji 

31X 
Spark- Length as modified by Solid Dialectrics, by W. J. HampbRys, 

Phys R, XL Aug. 70 
Thermodynamics of tne Voltaic Cdl, by Henry S. Carhart id£a^rmmts\, 

Phys R, XL July, x 
A New Method of comparing Two Self-Indnctanoes, by H. V. Cacpents 

{diagrams), Phys R. X. Jan, 53 
Polarization imd Internal Resistance of the Copper Voltameter, by B. E. 

Moore [diigrams), Phys R, X. Jan, 34 
The Influence of Temperature, Pressure, Used Solntioos, and Size of 

Anodes on the Deposit of Silver Voltameters, by J. F. Merrill, Pliys R; 

X. Mar, 167 
An Hermetically Sealed Type of Clark Standarxl Cell, by H. T. 

(»7/.), Phys R, X.June. 96i 
On the Theory of the Coherer, by Karl F. Guthe and Augustus 

(di igrams)^ Phys R, XL July. 92 
A New Form of Electrical Condenser having a Capacity csMble of Coo- 

tinuous Adjustment, by Lyman J. Briggs [diagrams), Phys R, XI. 

Julyi 14 
A Dissociation Theory of the Electric Arc, by C. D. Child («£f.), Phys R, 

X. Mar. I St 
Electric Auto-Portraits, by Alex. Thurbum (£f/.), K, XXIII. Mar, 52 
Wireless Telegraphy, see under Telegraph 
Electricity as a Motive Power and Electrical Enginesrtng; (Mis- 
cellaneous) ^see also Electric Light and Heat, Electricity ( Muceilaaeoas, 

Electrolysis, Telegraph and Cables, Telephones, Motors) : 
The Future of Electrical Supply, by Alton D. Adams, Eng M, XVIII. 

Mar, 837 (XXI. Apr, 776) 
Transition to Electric Power, by Alton D. Adams fi7/.), Cas M, XVIII. 

Ocr, 485 (XXIL Nov, 479) 
Gns or Electricity for Heating, Lighting, and Power? by Altoo I>. Adaas, 

Cas M, XVIL Apr, 513 
Electric -Power Distribution in Great Britain, by W. H. Booth, Eng M, 

XX. Oct, 41 (XXIL Nov, 479) 
Electricity in Large Cities, by W. S. Barstow, Cas M, XVIII. Sept. xn 

(XXIL 0(t, 38?) 
Electric:>l Engineering rmd the Municipalities, by A. A. Campbell Sniatoa. 

N C, XLVII. Feb, 297 (XXL Feb, 159) 
Conduits zsxd Subways in New York City, by Gustavus Mycfs, Mun A, 

IV. Mar, 182 
Electricity at the Paris Exhibition, by C. S. Vesey Brown {iU.\ Css M, 

XIX. Dec, 83 
Power Features of the Paris Exposition» by W. H. Doaner {UIJU Cng M, 

XIX. July, 529 



Elkctrictty.— Coniinoed. 



PERIODICALS OF 1900. 



Elocution and Voice-Culturb. 



8s 



Electricity at a Motive Power, etc. continued. 
Local TTansportation at the Paris Exposition, by Henry H. Suplee («{/.)« 

Eng M, XIX. Aug. 697 (XXIL Sept, 176) 
The Westinghouse Electncal Flint at the Paris Exposition, by Ernest D. 

Phillip*, Engr T. IV. Aug, 941 
The British Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Comnany at the 

Asricultural Hall Exhibition, by Victor L. Whitechurch (i//.). Rail M, 

VII. Aug, i?x 
The Union of Electric Lighting and Traction Plants, by Alton D. Adams, 

Cas M, XVII. Jan. aai 
The Steam Engine for the Electric-Traction Power- House, by Charles A. 

Hague ((7/.), En^ M, XVIII. Jan, 5«8 (XXL Feb, 154) 
Gas Engines and Electric Stations, by Alton D. Adams, Eng M, XIX. 

Apr, a8 
Gaa Engines for Electric Central Stati ms and Isolated Plants, by Alton D. 

Adams (rV/.), Cas M, XVIII. May, S4 
Electric Cables for High-Tension Sm^ice, by William Mav<r, Jr., Cas M, 

XVIII. Oct, 467 
Machine-Driving by Separate Motors (rV7.), Eng T, IV. Nov. 467 
Charges for Elec.riral Energy, bv Alton D. Adams, Cas M, XI A. Nov, 61 
Some Recent Applications of tne Alternate-Current Motor (i//.), Feild, 

HI. Oct, 457 
The 1,500 K.W. and 650 K.W. Alternators at Deptford (i//.), Feild, III. 

July, 69 
Design for a 1^ H.P. Single* Phase Induction Motor, by J. C. Brocksmith 

(f//.], En^ T, III. Dec 528 
Some Gearmg for Eleoric Motors, by Alfred H. Gibbings (f//.), Cas M, 

XVIII. Oct. 503 
The Standard Driving Gear {ffi.\ Feild. III. Oct. 43 1 
New Automatic Switches (<//.\ Feild, III. Dec, 699 
Electric Power for Factories, by William S. Aidrich, Cas M, XVIII. July, 

«94 
Electrical Measuremsnt of Work or Enetg)*, by G. L. A'idenbrooke, 

Eni^ M. XIX. July, 567 
Electncal Machinery at the Paris Exhibition ft//.), Eng T, IV. Aug. 126 
Electric Riveting Machinery, by F. von Kodolitsch (tU.), Cas M, XVIII. 

May, 71 
Electric Signal Locks, by E. M. Flovd {til.). Rail M. VII. Ort, ^c8 
Applications of Electricity in the Collieries of Great Britain, by Sydney F. 

^^alker (i//.), Eng M. XIX. Auc, 71*. Sept, 847 
The Past, Present, and Future of Electricity in Mining, by Sydney F. 

Walker, Feild, HI. Nov, 5^0 
Electrical Methods of Heating as applied to the Working of Metals, by 

G. W. deTunzelmann (1//.), Feild, III. Oct. 387, Dec. 677 
Electricity in the Printing Office, by W. H. Tapley (s//.). Cas M, XIX. 

Nov, as 
Electrically-Di iven Printing Machines {il/.), Feild, III. Dec, 697 
More about felectiical Inklcss Printing, C J. III. Feb, T04 
The Electrical Equipment of the Tall Office Buikling, by Reginald P. 

Bolton (i//.), Eng M. XIX. June, 381 
Electrical Appliances in Military Operations, byCapt. John P. Wisser 

{tU.\ Eng M, XIX. May, 232 (XXI. lune, 581) 
Electric Cranes in German Harbours, by Louis J. Magee (£'/.}, Cas M, 

XVIII. Aug, a67 
Water-Power and Electricity, C J. III. Nov, 798 
Electricity for Towing-Work, by J. E. Whitby, C d, III. Mar, 176 
The Application of Electricity for Domestic Purposes, by A. T. Stewart, 

C J, III. Oct, 657 
The Electrical Home, by Frederick J. Nash ff//.), AInslee, V. July, 564 
Some Forecasts of Science (by TeslaK C J. III. Sept, 593 
The Problem of increasing Human Energy, with specisd reference to the 
Harnessing of the bun s Elnergy, by Nikola Tesia (i//. }, C M, LX. June, 
175 (XXI. June. 560) 
The Harnessing cf Niagara, see under Niagara 
Electric Railways and Tramways : 
The Evolution of Electric Locomotion, by G. B. Bayley (1//.), Rail M, 

VI. June. 590 
The Central London Railway, by W. M. Twelvetrees (wo/ and i7/.), 

Feild, II. Sept, 314, Oct, 4x9* Dec, 685 
The Central London Railway, by A. J. Knowles («//.}, C F M, XXXI. 

July, 151 
Third-Rail Conductors for Electric Railwa}-s in America, by Leo Daft 

(f//.), Cas M, XVII. Jan, 335 
Regulation of Cost and Quality of Service as illustrated by Strest Railway 
Companies, by Dr. F. W. Speirs. A A P 8. XV. May Supplement, ^3 
The Electric Tramway and Its Fut re, by James Swinburne, Feild, II. 

Feb, 185 
Electric Street Traction in England, by J. Clifion Robinson (ma/}, 

Eng T, IV. Nov, 433 
The I'ramway System of Glasgow ; Transition from Horae to Electric 

Traction, by Benjamin Tay I ^r (/y/.). Feild, II. May, 494 
The Intemationarrramways and Light Railways Exhibition at the Royal 
Agricultural Hall, Islington (<//.). Feild, III. Aug, 305 
• Rapid Transit Snbways in Metropolitan Cities (w/t/xand i//.), Mun A, 
rV. Sept. 4 '8 
Rapid Transit in New York City, by Wm. Barclay Parsons (i//.), Scrib, 

XXVII. May, 545 
Street Railways in New York City, by Gustavus Myers, Mun A, IV. 
Mar, X06 
- Street Railway Problem in Milwaukee, by John A. Butle-, Mun A, IV. 
Mar, ai3 
A High-Speed Electric Railway in Michigan (tV/.}, Rail M, VII. Sept, 

274 
Street Railway Employ^ in Paris, by Prof. £. J. James, A J 80C, V. 
May, 8a6 



Electricity as a Motive Power, etc. —continued. 
Electric Railways and Tramways — continued. 
Street Railway Policy in Berlin, by E. J. Jame<, A A P 8, XV. May, 437 
The Development of Electric Tramways in Italy, by Enrico Bignami (*//.), 

Eng M, XX. Nov, 173 (XXIL Dec, 579) 
The Eugene Lingen Single Line Railway, Wupper Valley, Germany, by 

F. A. Talbot (iV/.), E I, XXIV. Oct, 35 
The Jungfrau Railway, see under Alps 
Electro-Qalvanislng, bySherard Cnwper-Ccles {iU.\ Feild, II. June, 603 

(XXIL July, 79) ; ('V/.), Eng T, IV. Oct, 390 
Electro-Plate : Plate and Its hall Marks, by Mary H. O'Connor (i//.), 

Munsey, XXIL Mar, 823 
Electrolysis : The Position of Electro-Chemistry, by H. Boms, Feild, III. 

July, 31 
Electrophone : Sermons an J Hymns by Wire (1//.), Sun 8tr, I. Feb, 334 
Elgar, Edward, Composer : 
Kio raphical (///.), Mus T, XLl. Oct, 64Z 

*' The Dream of Gerontius " by Edtawd Elgar, A. J.J. on, Mus T, XLL 
Oct, 663 
Elephants and Elephant-Hunting : 
How Elephants are captured and trained in Bnrmah, by C. J. S. Makin 

(i//.). El, XXIII. June, 373 
Abducting a White Elephant, by E. Tebbutt (^/.), W W, VI. Dec, 946 
llie Tale of a Tusker in Ceylcn. by A.D.G.G., Mac, LXXXII. Sept, 354 
Elrphant-Hunting in Siam, by C. Dimond H. Braine, C, IX. Sept, 350 

(XXIL Sept, 281) 
Among the Wild Elephants of Tra\ ancore, by F. J. C. Martm (t//.), W W, 

V. Tulv, 358 
An Elephant Drive in Siam, by H. Hillman (t//. i. W W, V. Aug, 471 
Brit.iin's Fighting Elephants, by H. J. Chuter («//.), Royal, 111. Mar, 

439 
How We got the Bison out of the Elephant Pits in India, by A. W. Strachan 

(i//.). WW. VI. Dec, 371 
Eleusinian Mysteries, see under Greece (Ancient) 
Elevator of the 8alvation Army, by W. H. Hunt (<//.). Q T, VI. Ju'y, 

361 
Elia of America— Oliver Wendell Holmes, by R. M. SiUard, N I R, 

XIV. Oct. 74 
Eliot, President C. W.. 
Ftesident Eliot's Address at Tremont Temple, by Rev. George McDermot, 

C W, LXXII. Oct, 56 
On Charles Fr.m'din Dunbar (i//.>, H Q M. VIII. June, 469 
On Radcliife College ; Commencement Address, H Q M, IX. Dec, 337 
Eliot, Qeorge, z8x(v- x88o : 
(;eorge Eliot, by W. C. Brownell, 8crib, XXVIII. Dec, 7x1 
Ge-irge Eliot by Oscar Browning; Interview, by Arthur Rickett (*^/.}, 

Bkman, XVII. Jan, zxa • 

George Eliot's Love Story, by L. A. M. Priestley, Q T, VI. July, 359 
The Treatment of Medicine in Fiction, by Dr. Caroline W. Latimer, H. 

XVIII. Oct, 369 
" Middlemarch" : The 1'emptation of Nicholas Bulstrode ; a Study of the 
Sub-Con<cious Self, by Julia H. Gulliver, New W, IX. Sept, 503 
Elltch, Mrs. John, Jr., and Her Menagerie (t//.), Munsey, XXIIL 

May, 374 
Elizabeth. Queen of England, Reign of, 1558—1603 : 
Queen Elizabeth and Her Pi rtraiis, by Katherine W. Elwex, Mad R, VI. 

Aug, 3^4 
A Royal Musician, by Miss Eleonore d' Esterre-Keeling («//.), Q O P, XXI. 

Apr, 463 
The Deprivation of Clergy in Elizabeth's Reign, by Rev. H. N. Birt, D R, 

CXXVl. J.in, 35, Apr, 313 
Queen Elizabeth and Paul IV., by Prof. K. W. Maitland. E H, XV. 

Apr, 334 
Elizibethan Gleanings, by Prof. F. W. Maitland, E H, XV. Jan, lao, Apr, 

334, July, 5:50, Oct, 757 
Elizarethan Women, by G. Bradford, Jr., P L, XII. Sept, 393 
klitabethan Sport, Q R, CXCII. Oct, 381 
Elk and Moose : 
Elk and Camera, by B. J. Pretherton, O M, XXXV. Feb, ixa 
After Elk in Colorado, by Hamilton Wright {ilQ, O, XXXVII. Nov, x68 
Moose-Hunting with the Tro-chu-tin, Klondike Indians, by Tappan Adsey 

(x//.). Harp, XXXIX. Mar, 495 
The Skee-Hunteis of America, by C. F. Holder (<//.}, 8t N, XXVII. 

Mar, 447 
On a Moose-RuD in Canada, by W. R. Wadsworth, Can M. XVI. Nov, 56 
'Mid the Haunts of the Moose in Canada, Black, CLXVIII. July, 58 
Moose- Hunting in Canada; the Coming of the Snow, by Frederic Irland 

(i//.), 8crib, XXVII. Jan. 87 
Moose- Hunting in the Backwoods of Canada, by A. P. Silver («//.), W W, 
V. Apr, lox 
Eilenor, Mrs., 1713--1801 : A Spinster of the Eighteenth Century, by 

Gabrielle Fcsting, T B, CXX. June, 267 
Ellington, E. B., Engineer, G. Stapleton on (///.), Cas M, XVIII. June, X74 
Elliott, Richard R., on Government .Secularization of the Education of 

Catholic Indian Youth in America, ACQ, XXV. Jan, 148 
Ellis, Havelock, on the "Dictionary of National Biography" (^/.}, Arg, 

LXXII. Nov. 336; Same Article, Critic, XXXVII. Nov, 434 
Elmendorf, H. L., 
On I ublic Library Hooks in Library Schools, Libr J, XXV. Apr, 16 j 
On Access 1 1 a Sthcied Library ; the Buffalo Plan. Libr J, XXV. Aug, 38 
Elocution and Voice-Culture (see al.so Preaching (under Cl;rgy) } : 
A Rational System of Elocution, by Presbyter, Univ, XII. 357 
Voice in Speech, by Ada Sterlins, Chaut, XXX. Mar, 583 
The Cure of Stammering; a Talk with B. ^easley cf Brampton Park, 
Huntingdon, by R. Blathwayt (f//.}, C F M, XXX. Apr, 574 



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INDEX TO THE 



Ei.swicK Ordnancb Works. 



Enginerrinc. — Continued. 



Elswick Ordnance Works, see under Armies (Ordnance) 

Elwin, Rev. Whitwell» z6x6— 1900 : A Former Editor of the Quarterly^ 

Q R, CXCI. Apr, 291 
Ely, Prof. Richard T., 
*• Monopolies and Tmsts" by Prof. Ely, C. J. Bullock on, A J 80c, VI. 

July, 121 
On "Economics and Industrial History for Secondary Schools" by Henry 

W. Thuiston, Ed R A, XX. Sept, 152 
On a Decade of Economic Theory, A A P 8, XV. Mar, 336 
On the Nature and Significance of Monopolies and Tiusts, I J E, X. Apr, 273 
Ely, Prof. Richard T.. and Dr. Thomas K. Urdahl on Socialistic 

Propaganda, Chaut, XXX. Jan, 381 
Emanuel, Frank L., Anist : 
** Disappearing London " ; Illustrations (Photogravures), by F. L. Emanuel, 

Arch Rev, VII. Jan, Mar, Apr, June 
On British and Dutch Architecture in South Africa (/V/.}, Arch Rev, VII. 
Jan, 3, Feb, 51 
Emanuel Hospital, Westminster, Bulkeley Creswellon (z//.), Arch Rev, 

VII. Jan, 17 

Embroidery, see unier Needlework 

Emden, Judge, on the Defective Addition to Our Company Law, N C, 

XLVIII. Dec, 955 
Emerald Mines of Northern Etbai, by Donald A. MacAlister [maps 

and UL), Q J. XVI. Nov, 537 
Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 1803 — i88a ; 
llie Non-Seqiiaciousness of Ralph Waldo Emerson, by Rev. P. Dillon, 

Ir M. XXVIIL luly, 415 
Emerson's "Self-Reliance,*' Prof. Fred. L. Pattee on, Chaut, XXX. Mar, 

6aS 
Is Emerson a Poet? by Coulson Kemahan, Nat R, XXXVI. Dec, 523 

(XXI I. Dec, 570) 
Clues to Emerson's Mystic Verse, by W. S. Kennedy, P L, XII. Mar, 71, 
June, 270 
Emerson, William, Architect of Hamilton House, London (f7/.}> Arch Rev, 

VIII. Dec, 245 
Emigration : 

Emigration on Spec, C J, III. Jan, 33 

Cuba as a Field for Emigration, C J, III. Nov, 708 

Planting-Out State Children in South Africa, by Duke of Argyll, N C, 

XLVII. Apr, 6og (XXI. Ajjr, 550) 
Emigration and Immigration in the United States, see under United StUes 
Chinese Question, see Chinese Question 
Emmett, Daniel D.,— The Composer of "Dixie" («//.), Critic, XXXVL 

June, 51 X 
Emotions, see un 'er Psychology 

Empire Adrift— India, by Vaughan Nash. C R, LXXVIII. Nov. 676 
Empire, British, and Imperial Federation, see Colonies and Imperial 

Federation 
Empiricism : Green's Refutation of Empiricism, by Howard V. Knox, 

Mind, IX. Jan, 62 
Employers' Liability, see under Labour Problems 
Employments, Professions, see Professions 
Emslie, A. E., Artist {iil.)t Art J, XVI. June, 192 
Enamels : The Picture Backs of Old Watches, by G. A. Wade (i//.), E I, 

XXIIL May, 134 
End of the World: How will the World end? by H. C. Fyfe [til.), 

P M, X. July, 8s 
Engelberg Country, Bavaria, W. E. A. Axon on (i//.}, Man Q, XIX. 

July, 235 
Englneerini; (see also Ariicles under Electricity, Electric Light, Telegraph 
and Cables, Telephone ; Gas ; Shipping. Navies, Ordnance, etc. ( under 
Armies). Lighthouses, Bridges, Canals, Tunnels, Railways, Motors ; 
Balioonins and Aerial Navigation, Aerial Transport ; Sanitation, Water 
Supply, Hydraulics, Pumps ; Cranes : Pneumatics ; Mines, Iron 
Industry, Steel Industry ; Electro-Galvanising ; Agricultural Machinery 
(under Agriculture), Stoneworking and Qu:irrying, Wocxlworking 
Machinery, Breakwaters and Groynes ; Patents and Trade Marks, etc. } : 
Civil Fngineering as a Profession, by L. F. Vernon Harcourt, Nat R, 

XXXVI. Nov, 407 
llie Organization and Economy of the Machine Shop : 
The Revolution in Machine-Shop Practice, by Henry Roland, Eng M, 
XVIII. Jan, 530 (XXI. Feb, 154), Feb, 739, Mar, 903 (XXI. Apr, 

376) 
The Modern Machine Shop, by Joseph Horner [Ul.\ Cas M, XVII. Mar, 

383 
New Shop Methods; a Corollary of Modern Machinery, by J. R Dunlap, 

Enp; M, XIX. June, 369 
Principles of Arrangement in Machine Shops, by Frederick R. Hutton, 

Cas M, XVII. Apr, 471 
Some American Bridge Shop Methods, by Charles E. Fowler, Cas M, 

XVII. Jan, aoo 
The Policy of Secretiveness in Industri.il Works, by A. E. Outerbridge, 

Jr., Eng M, XVIII. Mar, 861 (XXI. Apr, 376) 
Commercial Organisation of the Machine Shop, by Hu^o Diemer, Eng M, 

XIX June, 342, Inly, sn, Aug, 70";, Sej.t, 892 ; XX. Oct, 71, Nov, 279 
llie Meaning of Commercial Organization, by A. Hamilton Church, 

Eng M, XX. Dec, 391 
Modern Machine Shop Economics, by Oberlin Smith, Cas M, XVII. Feb, 

295 (XXI. Mar, 267) ; XVIII. July, 24^ 
Works Management for the Maximum of Production, by J. Sl.iter Lewi?, 

Eng M, XIX. May, an (XXI. June, 56^) 
The Expense Account of the Machine-Shop, by H. L. Arnold, Eng M, 

XX. Dec, 365 
Economic and Labour Factors in the Distribution of Industries, by John 

Richards, Eng M, XIX. Apr, 98 



Engineering — continued, 
'i'he Organization and Economy of the Machine Shop — continued. 
Functions and Organisation of the Purchasing Department, by Hugo 

Diemer, En^ M, XVIII. Mar, 833 
Power Losses in the Machine Shop, by Charles H. Benjamin, Cas M, 

XVII. Jan, 2x5 (XXL Feb, 150) 

Depreciation of Machinery, by Prof. Robert H. Smith, Feild, 11. Mar, 

270 
Piece- Work not necessary for Best Results in the Machine Shop, by 

James O'Connell, Eng M, XIX. June, 173 
Piece- Work as an Agency in Machine -Shop Cost Reduction, by M. 

Cokely. Eng M, XX. Nov, x^a 
Systematic Piece- Work Pricing, by D. Carnegie, Cas M, XVIII. May, 74 
Piecework, by Claude W. Hill. Feild, III. Oct, 408 
Actual Experience with the Premium System, by H. M. Noiris, Ens M, 

XVIII. Jan, 57», Feb. 689 

The Increasing Productiveness of Labour, by Francis H. Richards, Cas 

M, XVII. Apr, 517 
Labour Clauses in Public Contracts, by Benjamin Taylor, Cas M, XVII. 

Feb, 317 
Labour Questions in England and Americi, by Charles B. Goins, 

XIX. May, 165 (XXI. June, 560) 
The Bri'.ish Engineers' Strike of 1807-08, by Louis Gassier, 

XVII. Apr, 489 
The Settlement of the Machinisls' Strike in America, xooob by J. R. 

Dunlap, Eng M, XIX. July, ^18 
The Machinists* Strike in America, 1900, by Ernest L. BogaiC, Y R, IX. 

Nov, 202 
Steam Engineering : 
Richard Trevithick (X77T— 1833): the Pioneer of High-Pressure Steaa, 

by Arthur Tiilsy [ili.\ Cas M, XIX. Nov, 51 (XXIL Dec, 579) 
Trevithick : the Father of the Locomotive Engine, by William Fletcber 

(«V/.), Eng T, IV. Dec, 5x0 
A Century's Progress of the Steam Engine, by Dr. R. H. ThuRtcxi. 

Cas M, XVII. Jan, 190 (XXI. Feb, iw) 
Ihe Future of Power Development, by William D. Enni«, Engf Ml, XIX. 

Aug, 728 
The Steam Engine for the Electric-Traction Power-House, by Charles A. 

Hague [ill.), Eim; M, XVIII. Jan, 558 (XXL Feb, 154) 
The Evolution of the Pcrtable Engine, by William Fletcher (<//.}• Feild. 

II. Juile, 613 
Typical Horizontal British Steam Engines, by W. D. Wansbroiuii ISI.\ 

Cas M. XVIII. Mav, 15 a ^ -• v 

Steam Engines at the Paris Exhibition [ilL), Eng T, IV. Aug, 1x3 
Continental Steam Engine Practice; Observations at tlie Paris 

Exhibition, by W. D. Wansbrough («//.), Cas M, XIX. Nor. 36 (XXIL 

Dec, 579) 
Steam- Engine Building in Switzerland, by A. Stodola [Si.), Ens M, 

XVIII. Mar, 84* {XXI. Apr, 376) 

Recent American Steam Engine Practice, by James B. Scanwood {SIX 

Cas M, XVI IL Oct, 468 
A Simple and Practical Means of recording Ste>m-Engins Perraroiaiice, 

by W. Ripper [SI.), Eng M, XIX. Sept, 867 
Modem Boiler Construaion (St.), Eng T, IV. Oct, 393 
A Word on Boiler-Making, by H. R. Bamhurst [St.), Cas M, XVIIL 

Aug, 319 
I'he Modern Boiler Shop, by Joseph Homer [Sl.\ Cas M, XVIII. 

May, 31 
Boiler Explosions, by Joseph Horner [SI.), 8tr, XX. July, 80 
Boilers for the Navy, see under Navies 
A Criticism of Mechanical Stokers, by W. Francis Goodrich, Eng; T, III. 

Feb, 10; Replv to, by Edward Uennis, Eng T, III. Mar, 60; aad 

Rejoinder by W. Francis Goodrich, Eng T, III. Apr, 131 
Stoking in Central Stations [SI.), Eng T, IV. Sept, 329 
The Economy of Economisers, by Alton D. Adams, Cas M, XVII. Mar. 

378 
'ihe Power in a Pound of Coal, by E. D. Mei;r, Cas M, XVIII. May, 

Fuel, see .Articles under Oil. Coke and Coal under Coal 

The Injector, by J. Hortz, Eng T, III. Feb, 22 

Feed- Water Heaters, by George Halliday (///.), Feild, II. Feb. 140 

The Centralisation of the Steam-Condensing Plant, by Harry G. V. 

Oldham, Eng M, XX. Oct, 56, Nov, 213 
Observations on an Improved Glass Revealer for studying Conden^tiaa 

in Steam Engine Cylinders, by Bryan Donkin [SI.), Eng T, IV. Nor, 

427 
Production aixi Utilisation of Superheated Steam, by R. S. Hale. Ens M. 

XVIII Feb, 722 • • . 

Steam Pips Engineering, by W. H. Wakeman. Cas M, XVII. Mar, 438 
Steam-Piping aboard Ship, by A. B. WUlits [St.), Cas M. XVII. Feb^ 

345 

Steam.ships, see unier Shipping, Navies 

Locomotives, sec under Railways 

The Steam Automobile, by J. A. Kingman [SI.), Cas M, XIX. Dec, 
X17 

Steam Power for Agricultural Machinery, see under Agriculture 
Elec:tricity as a Motive Power, see Electricity as a Motive Power 
Gas as a Motive Power and Gas Engines, see under Gas 
Oil Engines at th: Paris Exhibition (///.), Eng T, IV. Aug, 134 
Hydraulics, sie Hydraulics 
Compressed Air, see Pneumatics 
Motive Power and Industry, by Alton D. Adams, Cas M, XIX. Dec» 

12:) 
Motive Power from High Furnace Gases, by Bryan Donkin 'UL), Enr ML 

XX. Due, 423 



Engimbbsing. — Condnued. 



PERIODICALS OF 19CX). 



EsGLiSH History. 



87 



Enclneering— continued. 
Power Features of the Paris Exposition, by W. H. Donner {ffi.)» Eng M, 

XIX. July, 529 
The Mechanical Transmission of Power, by W. E. Buck : 

Belt Pulleys (i//.], Eng T, II. Tan, 194 

Une-Shafung («//.). Eng T, III. Feb. 4X 

Main Drives and First Motion Shaftine (ftf/.),'Eng T, III. Mar, 99 
The Comparative Values of Belt Pulteys, by George H. Firth {i^l.), 

En^ T. III. June, 283 
Machine-Driving by Separate Motors (aV.), Eng T, IV. Nov, 467 
The Modem Foundry, by Joseph Homer (rV/.), Cat M, XVII. Feb, 300 
Blast Furnaces, see under Iron 
Electric Power for Factories, by William S. Aldrich, Cas M, XVIII. July, 

X94 
The Metric System in British and American Machine Shops, by Dr. 

Coleman Sellers, Cas M. XVII. Mar, 365 (XXI. Apr, 378} 
Instruments of Precision and Measurement at the Paris Exhibition (/7/.}, 

Eng T, IV. Aug, 194 
Hot Water Heating in Industrial Works, by Alton D. Adams, Cat M, 

XVIII. Aug, 300 
The Generation of Intense Heat through the Combustion of Aluminium, 

and Its Application for Industrial Purposss, by S. B. Archdeacon (i^/.j, 

Feild, III. Dec, 647 
The Geometrical Generation of Irregular .Surfaces in Machine Constmc- 

tion, by Henry Roland (^/.), Eng M, XIX. Apr, 83 
The Industrial Revolution of the Power Tool, by Charles Barnard, C M, 

LIX. Apr, 94X 
Pneumntic Tods, see under Pneumatics 
Pumps, se: Pumpeand Pumping Machinery 
Some L'ritish Milling Machines, by Alfred Herbert {iii.), Cat M, XVIII. 

Aug, 333 
Milling Machinery at the Paris Exhibition (tl/.\ Eng T, IV. Aug, 163 
The Development of Fly- Wheels, by Charlei H. Bsnjamin (f//.). Cat M, 

XVIII. Inly, 348 
The Fly-Wheel. by W. D. Wansbrough [diairam^). Cat M, XVIII. 

Aug, 347 
Electric Riveting Machinery, by F. von Kodolitsch (<//.), Cat M. XVIII. 

May, 71 
Other Electrical Machinsry, ses under Electricity 
Steam and Other Power Hammers at the Paris Exhibition (<//.), EngT, 

IV. Aufir, T49 
Fibrous Packings and Beltins^s (i//.), Eng T, Supplement, III. Feb, 7 
Mechanical Transport Appli.tnces in Engineering Work, by A. J. S. B. 

Little {UL), Eng M, XVIII. Jan. 501 (XXI. Feb. 154} 
Machine Tools in the Mechanic Arts, by Dr. Coleman Sellers, Cat M, 

XVIII. July, ao7 
Machine Tools, etc., etc , at the Paris Exhibition, by Joseph Horner (i^/.). 

Cat M, XVIII. Oct, 451 (XXII. Nov, 479) ; XIX. Nov, 6^. Dec, 108 
Miscellaneous Machinery, and Appliances :tt the Paris Exhibition (i//.), 

En^ T, IV. Aug, 199, Sept, 309, Oct, 383 
The Effective Lubrication of Touraals, by F. W.Graham SnooV^diagtams)^ 

Eng Mj XIX. May, sax (XXI. June, 569) 
The Testmg Laboratories, McGill University, Montreal, Henry T. Bovey 

on [ill.], Eng T. III. Dec, 487 
Water-Coolmg Towers, by J. A. Reavell (1//.}, Cat M, XVIII. Oct, 

510 
Shipbuilding, Yachtbuilding, etc., s^es under Shipping, Yachts, etc 
Naval Engineering and t'ngineers, see under Navies 
M ilitary Engineering, see under Armies 
Agricultural Machinery, see under Agriculture 
Irrigation, see Articles under Pari.<(, Egypt, India, United State* 
River Improvement Works, sse Nile (under Egypt), Yellow River (under 

China) 
Pefrigeration, sse Refrigeration 

Cable or Aerial Railvsavs in Mining Districts, etc., sse .Aerial Transport 
Carriage-Building for Railways, see under Railways 
Engineering in \V.iles, by Sir W. H. Preece, Eng T. IV. Dec, 501 
Engineering at the Paris Exposition (see .tlso Articles under Agricultural 
Machinery, Blast Furnace imder Iron, Electricity, (las. Hammers, 
Milling Machinery, Mining Apparatus, Oil Kngines, Pneumatics, 
Railways (Locomotives), Sanitatiuu, Steam Engineerin? (under Sub- 
heading above}, Stoneworking and Quairyiog, Wuodworking 
Machinery, etc., etc.) : 

Donner. W. H., on (t/A). Eng M, XIX. July, 529 

Homer, Joseph, on (i/.j, Cat M, XVIII. Oct, 451 (XXII. Nov, 479) ; 
XIX. Nov, 65, Dec, X08 

Morgan, Ben H., on (i/A), Eng T, IV. Aug. 57 

Unsigned Articles on (i//. \ Eng T, IV. Aug, 113. 134, 149, 163, 194. 159, 
Sept, 309, Oct, 383, Nov, 456: (1//.), Feild, III. Aug, 188, Sept, 324, 
Oct. 448, Dec, 708 
America's Position in the Industrial World, by Walter M. McFarland, 

Cat M, XVIIL May, 10 (XXL May. 581) 
The Outlook in Cuba, by E. Sherman Gould, Cat M, XVII. Apr, 498 
Sugar Engineering in Cuba, by E. Sherman Gould [iSi.), Cat M, XVIII. 

Sept, 379 (XXII. Oct, 385) 
The Transportation of the Steamer Coya ; Novel Enginesring Feat above 

the Clouds, on Lake liticaca, Peru, by John WiUou [UL]^ Eng T, III. 

May, ai3 
Engineering Prospects in China, see under China 
The Engineer, the Master Spirit of the Age, by C. Baillairge, Eng T, IV. 

>ept, 295, Nov, ^42 
The Functions of the Engineer, by Sir William H. Preece, Eng T, III. 

Apr, 150 
Engineering GraJuates from L^uiversities, by George W. Dickie, Cat M, 

XVIII. June. 16s 



Englnoerlng--continued. 
Practical Inventing, by W. H. Smyth (///.), Cat M, XVIIL June» 117 

(XXII. July, 82) 
Modem Inventions anticipated, by H. G. Archer (/?/.), Q W, XLI. Nov, 

775 
The Poetry of a Machine Age, by Gerald S. Lee, A M, LXXXV. Jtme, 756 

(XXII. July, i;i) 
Bibli 'graphy of Engineering, etc., Eng M, XVIII. Jan, 633, Feb, 783, 

Mar, 935 ; XIX. Apr, 133, May, 287, June, 447, July, 607, Aug, 769, 

Sept. 927: XX. Oct, 187, Nov, 989, Dec, 461 
The VVorid's Industrial Engineering Press; Bibliography, Feild, II. Jan, 

97, Feb, 214, Mar, 340, Apr, 454, May, 576, June, 683; III. July, xoa, 

Aug, 238, Sept, 355, Oct, 475, Nov, 619, Dec, 733 
Engineers noticed, see 

Baker (Sir Benj.), Ellington (E. B.) Parsons (Hon. C. A.), 

Denny (A.), Laing f Andrew^ Schw«b (C. M.), 

Dunn James), McKecnnie (James), Tan^ye Brothers, e'.c. 

Enginet— Locomotivet, see under Railways 
England, Bank of, see under Finance 
England, Church of, see Church of England 
England and the Englith People (sse also Articles under English History, 

English-Speaking Race. Women, Condition of the People) : 
'*l1ie Development of English 1 bought" by Frof. S. N. Patten, Prof. 

Munroe Smith on, P 8c Q> XV. Mar, xxa 
On National Character, M R. 1. Nov, xx (XXII. Nov, 457) 
The Return of the Exile ; a Retrospect, by Sir Charles Roe, N C, XLVIII. 

Dec. 1013 
John Bull's Awakening, by Mrs. GeralJ Paget, I C M, I Dec, 185 
England ; a Nation of Amateurs, by Hon. George C. Brodrick, N C, 

XLVIII. Oct. «T (XXII. Oct, 370): and Reply to, by Sir Herbert 

Maxwell, N C, XLVIII. Dec, 1051 (XXII. Dec. 575) 
England m 189-), by R. Brimley Johnson, A M, LXXXV. Jan, 66 
English and French People, by Hiss M. Betham Edwards ; Interview, by 

K. Blathwayt (///.), Q T, VII. Nov, 88, Dec, 158 
As Others see Us, by Frederic Harrison, Pot R, VIII. July, 1x3 
Whit I think of the English, by— 

Davitt, Michael. Unlvertal, I. July, 425 

Guyot, Vv«e, Univertal, I. Feb, 93 

O'Rell. Max, Univertal, I. Mar, 98 

A Distinguished Indian, Univertal, I. May, 3x5 
What an Australian sees in Engbnd, by Dr. W. H. Fitcheit, R R Aut, 

XVI. Jan, 5X, Feb, 172 (XXI. Apr, 373), Mar, 3«;3, Apr, 479, June, 720; 

XVII. Aug, 149 (XXII. Oct, 379\ Sept, 296 (XXII. Nov, 4^7, 4S»', 47a) 
The Social future of England, by William Clarke, C R, LXXVIII. Dec, 

858 
The London Sea«on4; Pa<it, Present, and Future, by T. H. S. Escott, 

New C R, VI L Jun^ 411 
Concerning Hosts and Hostesses, by T. H. S. Escott, F R, LXVIII. July, 

74 (XXf[. July, 78) 
English Political House Parties, by Ignota, LIpp, LXV. Jan, lao 
The Revolution of Society, by Countess of Warwick {ill.), L R, VIII. 

May, 24 (XXI. May, 464) 
The Evil Influence of Smart Society, by Am' Id White; Interview, by 

R. Blathwayt (*//.), Q T, VI. June, 136 
Paying Calls ; a Social Tyranny, by Agnes G. Lewis. H, XVII. July, 60 

(XXII. July, 69; 
The Decay of the Chaperon, by Lady Jeune, F R, LXVIII. Oct, 6:9 

(XXII. Oct. 380) 
Hnw We became a Nation of Shopkeepers, by Miss Alice Law, Econ R, 

X. Oct, 498 
Exiles in England and the War in South Africa, by Kari Blind, W R, 

CLIII. Feb, 159 (XXI. Feb, 165) 
African Uit'anders an i American Outlandcrs, by a Diiciple of Thomas 

Cvlyle, A A, 111. June, 546 
Englishmen in the United States, by F. CunlifTe-Owen, F, XXIX. Mar, 38 

(XXL Apr, ^75) 
The Atl.ntic Union, by Sir Waller Besant, F, XXX. Oct, 945 (XXII. 

N..V, 468^ 
England and Imperialism, etc., sse under Colonies 
England's Foreign Policy, see Foreign Policy, etc. 
Englith Hittory (see also Articles under History, Archzology. Church of 

Krglnnd, C-ttholic Church, Churches, Monasteries, London. Politics and 

Political Science, Farliamsutnry, Ix>cal History, Scotland, Ireland, 

Colonies, Foreign Policy. American History, Canada, India, etc., etc.) : 
Roman Britain (Archaeology), see under Archaeology 
The C^Ie 1)6 or Culdees ; a Study on the Origms of the Early British 

Cturch, bv Mrs. Hooper, Theot R, XXVIl. Nov, 246, Dec, 314 
Notf:s on the Anjlo-Saxon Chronicle, by Sir H. H. Howorth, E H, XV. 

Oct, 748 
St. George (died about 303), by Miss Edith Sellers, Arg, LXX. Apr, 469 
.Alfred, reigned 871 — 901 ?, see Alfred 
William the Conqueror, see William I. 
The Laws of Breteuil, by Miss Mary Hateson, E H, XV. Jan, 73, Apr, 30a, 

July, 496, Oct, 754 
The lJ(.mesd-«y '* Manor," by J. H. Roun I, E H, XV. Apr, S93 
Huuse rif i'lontagenet : 

An Unpuhlished " Revocatio " of Henry II., by Reginald L. Poole, 
E H, XV. J..n. S6 

Robert Gr()sseic>tt died i253\ Ch Q. XI. IX. Jan, 41a 

The Critical Period of En>:lish Coustituiiunal History, 1254 — 1295, by 
George B. Adams, A H, V. July, 6^3 

letters of Cardinal Ottoboni, 1265-S, by Miss Rose Graham, E H, XV. 
Jan, 87 

A Run to Cr6cy, C J, III. Aug, 505 

The Pex^nis' Rising of X381, E R, CXCI. Jan, 76 (XXI. Feb, 156) 



88 



INDEX TO THE 



English Histokv. — Ccntbued. 



English History.— Continued. 



Enelith History — continued. 
House of Planugenet— continued. 

Agrictiltiral Services, by P. VinogradoflT, Econ J, X. Sept, 308 

" The End of Villainage in Englaud " by T. W. Page, P. Vinogradoff on, 

E H, XV. Oct, 774 
The Disappearance of English Serfdom, by IVof. £. P. Chejmey, E H, 

XV. Jan, 3o 
Paul Beneke; the Hero in an English Defeat, 1468, by Major C. Field, 

Q W, XLI. Dec, 84a 
The Battle of I'ewkesbury, May 4, 1471, Henry E. Maiden on (ma/s), 
U 8 M, CXLH. May, 163 
House of I'ud >r : 
Thomas, Cardinal Wolsey, Archbishop of York (1471 — 1530^ by Rev. 

E. L. Taunton, A C <^, XXV. Apr, 289 
The Church of England in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries, Ch Q, 

LI. Oct, 84 
"llie Eve of the Reformation " by Dom F. A. Gasquet : 
Coleman, A. I. Du P., on. Critic, XXXVI. May, 449 
Kent, Rev. W. H., on, D R, CXXVI. Tan, lai 
McDermut, Rev. George, on, C W, LxX. Mar, 8ai 
Taunton, E. L., on, ACQ, XXV. Oct, Sao 
Unsigned Article on, Ch Q, L. July, 405 
<*The Old English Bible and Other Essays" by Dom F. A. Gasquet, 

Unsigned Article on, Ch Q, 1 I. Oct, 138 (XXII. Dec, 584) 
Edmund Spenser and the English Reformation, by Prof, llieodore W. 

Hunt, B 8, LVII. Jan, 39 
Sir Thomas More, lived 14^8— xS3S> and the Persecution of Heretics, by 

Rev. H. G. Gan«s, ACQ, X3tV. July, 531 
The Problem of the North ; a Study in English Border History, by 

(.iaiUard T. Lapdey, A H, V. Apr, 440 
Cardinal Pole (1500—1558), Legate and Primate, by Dudley Baxter, M, 

XCVI. Dec, 58a 
John Foxe's Book of Errors (about 1553— 1558), by J. M. St me, M, 

XCV. Apr, :»5a 
Mary Queen of Scots [lived 154a — 1587), ses Mary Qneen of Scois 
EIi2abe han Gleanings, by Prof. F. W. Maiiland, E H, XV. Jan, i90» 

Apr, 324i J'ly. 510, Oct, 757 
The Deprivation of Clergy in Elizabeth's Reign, by Rev. H. N. Bu-t, 

D R, CXXVI. Jan, a', Apr. 313 
Queen Elizabeth and Paul IV., by Prof. F. W. Maitknd, E H, XV. 

Apr, 334 
Elizabethan Women, by G. Bradfo d, Jr., PL, XII. Sspt, 59a 
Elizabethan Sport, Q R, CXCII. Oct, 381 

Hie Stoart Descendants, by Walter B. Blaikie, Qeneal M, IV. May, x 
The Regulation of V\ ages in the Sixteenth Century, by Miss Ellen A. 

McAnhu', E H, XV. July, 445 
Art-i and Crafts in the Sixteenth Century, by W. A. Baillie-Grohman {iU.)t 

P M M, XX Arr, 511 ; XXI. Mav, 37, June, 158 
llie Cloth I'rade in the North of England in the Sixteenth and Seven- 
teenth Centuries, by Beatrice Hewart, Econ J, X. Mar, ao 
House of Stuart : 
Alexander Leslie and Prince Rupert, E R, CXCI. Apr, 499 (XXI. May, 

43o) 
The Earl of Strafford (ifg^ — 1641) and His Censors, by Thomas Fitz- 

patrick. IrER, VIII. July, 47 
London's Citlcen Soldiers in 1643, by Rev. G. N. Godwin, Ant, XXXVL 

June, 166 
The King's Piinter at Shrewsbury, i64a-43, by W. H. Allnutt, LIbr, I. 

Sept, ^55 
Lord Herbe t (( Cherbury (1583— 1648), by Leslie Stephen, Nat R, 

XXXV. June, 66x 
I'he Filsrim Fathers, see Pilgrim Fathers 
Cromwell and the Commonwealth, see Cromwell (Oliver) 
Richard Cromwell, see Cromwell ( Richard) 
Sir Henry Morgan 1x637? — 1688' and His Buccaneers, by Rev. Cyrus T. 

Brady {i//.\ McCI, XV. Oct, 50a 
The Restoration Regime in Scotland, E R. CXCII. Oct. 478 
Mary Vil iers. Duchess of Richmond and Lennox (1623— 1685); a Court 

Bcautv, T B, CXXI. Sept, iii 
WUliam III., by S. H. Swinny, Pol R, VIII. Feb, aj 
Duke of Marliiorough (1650 — 1722), by W. O'Connor Morris, U 8 M, 

CXLI. Jan, 3*7, Feb, 43.'. Mar, 543 : CXLII. Apr, x 
The War of the Spanish Succejtsion, X7C0 — 1713, sse under S.iain^ 
Diary of Col. Thomas Bellingham (1646 — (721), by Sir H. Bellingham, 

D R, CXXVI I. July, 164, Oct, 393 
Trivial Records of Two Centuries Ago, by Mrs. Clement Parsons, Q M, 

CCLXXXVIII. June, 603 (XXI. June, 574) 
Duncombe and Maynard Colchester; a Prace of Gloucester sli ire Wor- 
thies, by S. M. Crawtey-Boevey. Q M, CCLXXXIX. Dec, 548 
The Enelish and Dutch Towns of New Netherland, by A. E. McKinley, 

A H, VI. Oct, I 
Charles Kdward, Pretender, and the House of Stuart, see under Stuart 

(House of) 
House of H anover : 
Prjf. Ash lev on the Commercial Legislation of England, by A. H. 

Johnson, Econ J, X. Mar, 96 
Sophie Doroihe^of Zell; the Prisoner of Ahlden ;i//.\ L R, VII. Tan, 3S9 
The Relations of Defos and Harley, by Thomas Hateson, E H, XV. 

Jan, 238 
English and Dutch as Allies and Enemies, by W. F. Lord {i//.), E I, 

XXII. Jan, 3^8 
The Foreign Policy of England under Wa'po'e, by Basil Williams, E H, 

XV. Apr, a 51, |ulv, 4:9, Oct, 665 
Co'. Cradock's Miwons to F.gypt, 17 7 and 1728, by Prof. AlfrcJ Stern, 

E H, XV. Apr, 377 



Encash History— continued. 
House of Hanover— continued. 
GeneiJil Wolfe's Letters, by Miss Godley. Nat R, XXXVI. Oct, 231 
The Fall of (Quebec, 1759, by Rev. Cyrus T. Brady, McCI, XV. July, a6? 
Admiral Sir Edward Boscawen (x7xx — 176X) ; a Naval Hero, 1^ Percy C 

Standing (i//.), U 8 M, CXLll. June, 343 
The Siiesian Wais, 1740— X7^6 and 1756 — 1763, see under Silesia 
Diary of Journeys to Lonaon from the South of Ireland, made by 

George Bowles in X76X and 1763, Ant, XXXVI. July, 203, Nov, 34a, 

Dec, -^66 
The American War of Independence, see Independence (War of) 
Elizabeth Chudleigh, Countess of Bristol, Duchess of Kingston (Z730— 

X788), by Mrs. Louisa Parr (/V/ ), P M M, XXI. Julv, 354 
Adm. Sir Gecrge Rodney (17x9?— X79a); a Naval Hero, by Wtlliaa 

Grey. U 8 M, CXLIII. Oct, 7a 
Adm. Sir Thomas Troubridge (1758 — 1807), by W. J. Fletchtr, C, IX- 

Sept, 340 (XXII. Sept, a80 
French Undon in 17^3, by F. G. Walters, Q M, CCLXXXVIII Jan, 

54 
The Capture of C.-petown, 1795, by Miss E. M. Symoods, Lone, 

XXXVI. Oct, 526 [XXII. Oct, 373) 
A Transport Cruise to the Cape in 1793, by Mrs. Ord Marshtll, Lone, 

XXX\ II. Dec, 147 
Wanted Volunteers in Colchester, ijg'i-C, Ant, XXXVL May, t^o 
AdaBs's Shipbuilding Yard, Buckler's Hard: the Ships of the New 

Forest, by W.J. Fletcher. T B, CXX. June, 246 
The Hon. John O'Prien ; the " Lucky Lisutenant," by R. Gourlay 1'^/. '. 

8t N, XXVII. Aug, 8t4 
Gleanings frcm Some Eighteenth Century Newspapers, by G.W , L H. 

XI.VUL JuK-, 806 
1 he Exploits of H. M. S. Sptetiy, by A. S. Hurd, E I, XXIII. Jnae, 270 
Lord Nelson and His Batt'es, see under Nelson (Lnrd) 
"How England saved Europe " by Dr. W. H. FitchetC ; A Book of dke 

Month, R R Aut, XVI. Jan, 78 
Epis)des in British History, 1793— x8i^ ^y Dr. W. H. Flicfaeit, 

R R Aus, XVI. May, €00, June, 743 ; XVII. July, 69, Ang. aj3, 

Nov, 63a 
Napoleon I. and His Campaigns, see Napo!eon I. 
The Peninsular Campaign, i&}8— XR14, s^e under Spain 
I'he Secret Articles of the Treaty of Amiens, 183a, by J. Holtani R «•, 

E H, XV. Apr, 3,x 
Prisoners of War in Porchester a Centu-y Ago, by Rev. G. N. Godvia. 

Ant, XXXVI. Aug, 241, Dec, 374 
English Midshipmen ana French I^isons, 1807, by Eveline C. Godley, 

Long, XXXVr. Aug, 3at (XXII. Aug, x66) 
England and Italy (1799— 1864), by Bolton King, Mac, LXXXII. Jaly. 

238 

Canada and the American War of 181 a, by J. Castell Hopkins, U 8 M, 

CXLII. Sept, 613 
The Capture i>f the ^/f^f/tywraM by the United States, Oct. as, iB'a: 

an Historical Naval Battle, by Dr. G. Archie Stockwell, Cas M, XV. 

May, 68 
Fighting the Fox, an American Privateer, xSi^, by Col. Henry Senior, C 

fX. Oct, 475 (XXII Oct, 3t6) 
Capt. Reid and tl^e Genial Arm»trons\ z8i4 ; the G eatest Ficht is the 
• His'ory of Amerk:nn Privateers, by Rev. Cyn» T. Brady {Ui,\ McCI, 

XV. June, 186 
The Campaign against New Orleans, Dec. 14, 1814 — Jan. 8, 1815, by 

Stephen Crane, LIpp, LXV. Mar, 405 
The Waterl *o Campaign, 18x5, see WateHoo C mpalgn 
Duke of Wellington, see Wellington (Duke of) 
Adm. Lord Cochrane (1775—1860), John GilUe on, Naut M. LXIX. 

July. 41 ^ 
The Last English Rebellion (at Pentrich, Derbyshire, 18x7), by John Hyde, 

Q M, CCLXXXIX. Oct, 3*3 
A Royal Visit to Ireland, x8ax, by Michael MacDonagfa, F R, LXVII. 

Apr, 649 ^XXl. Apr, 365) 
Only an t'ld Almanic, x8a?, by J. A Black, 8cots, XXV. Mar, as« 
Fire at Westminster in 18^4 : a Prorogation under DifiBcuIiies, by Mary 

E. Palgrave (x//.), L H, XLVIII. Feb, 336 (XXI. Feb, 165) 
Th= Repeal of the Corn Laws, 1.^46 : How England averted a Revolnttja 

of Force, by B. O. Flower, A. XXIV. Oct, 358 
The Siege of Shanghai, by John P. Hobson (i//.X L H, XLIX. Nov. 48 
The Crimean War, 1854-56, see Crimean War 
Chatham's Colonial Policy, by Hubert Hall, A H, V. July, 659 
I'he Indian Mutiny, 1857-58, see under India 
Lord Roberts in the Afghan War, x 878— 1880, by an Officer («//.), W H, 

X. Dec, aqs 
A Hundred Years Ago, by A. Whitman (<//.), 8tr, XX. I>ec, 690 
Then and Now, x 800 and 1900, by J. F. Williams 'JU.), Harms, III. 

Jan. 523 
Kingship in the Nineteenth Centur)', by C. B. Roylance Kent, LonK 

XXXVI. Sept. 436 (XXII. Sept, 383) 
A Century of Fighting, by Lieut. -CoL Willoughby Vemer, Mac. 

LXXXII. Oct, 468 
British Defence, 1800—1900, by Sir John C. R. Colomb, J R C I, XXXL 

May, 381 
The War Medals of Sixty Years, by Capt. G. F. MacMunn, U 8 M. 

CXLI. Mar, 559 
England's Foreign Policy, see Foreign Policy 
Colonial Policy, s-e Colonies, etc. 
South .African Wars, se: under Africa 
" The United Kingdom ; a Political History " by Goldwin Smith : 

I^ne, Andrew, on, Black, ( LXVII. Apr, 542 

Unsigned Article on, E R, CXCII. July, x (XXIL Aug, 176) 



English History. — ^Continued. 



PERIODICALS- OF 1900. 



Esquimaux. 



89 



English History— continued. 
** The English Radicals " by C. B. Roylanco Kent, Unsigned Article on, 
E R, CXCI. Jan, 207 (XXI. Feb, 156) 
. The *' Political '* Almanac, by Helen C. Gordon, H, XVII. Aug, lag 
The Meaning of History, by Mrs. J. K. Green ; Interview, by R. Blath- 

wayt [Ui ), Q T, V. Feb, 340 
Recent Writing on English History, by E. P. Cbejoiey, Inter M, I. Apr, 399 
Anierican History and JKnglish Historians, by Edward M. Chapman, 

N E M, XXII. Apr, 148 
The Readins of Historical Novels and the Study of History, by Ada 

Sburiner, Scots, XXV. Apr, 383 
Shakespeare's England, by G.J.S., Scots, XXV. Mar,' 941 
Studies in Shakespeare's History, by L. J. Etty, Mac, LXXXII. May, 50, 

Aug, a68: LXXXIII. Nov. 15 
Notes on the Earlv History of Legal Studies in England, by Joseph 
Walton, Law M, XXV. Feb, 153, Aug, 389 
. The Commission of Lieutenancy in Counties, by Sir Sherston Baker, 
Law M, XXV. May, 273 
The nidation of Northamptonshire, by J. H. Round, E H, XV. Jan, 78, 

July, 496 
Tews and the Enelsh Law, by H. S. Q. Henriques, Jew Q, XII. July, 66a 
^e Dymoke Family and the Royal Champion of England, by Jennie 

Day Haines, St N, XXVII. Mar. ^93 
The Union Jack, bv Mrs. Isa Forsyth, Scots, XXV. Jan, 130 
The Tides of Victory, by Colonel J. P. C. Neville, U U S II. XXIX. Jan, aq 
' Where British Battles have been fought, by P. W. Everett {ill.)^ Royal, 
IV. June, 169 {XXI. June, 549) 
Some Great Sea- Fights, by Jessie Peabody Frothingham [ill.), St N, 

XXVII. July, 763 
Boarders Away ! by W. ^. Fletcher, Mac, LXXXII. June, 123 
Compulsion v. Volunteenng ; or. Facts and Fanc'es about the Press-GansTt 
by Vice-Adm. Sir Cyprian Bridge, Nat R, XXXV. Aug, 1003 (XXII. 
Aug, 751 1 
Some British War Medals and How They were won, by T. Hopkins (fV/.), 

C F M, XXXL Aug, 953 
Relics of Old Wars and Other Interesting Things, by Helen C. Gordcn 

(///.), E I, XXII. Mar, 554 
Relics of Brave Men and Brave Deeds at the Royal United Service 

Museum, by C. Holland (Hi.), T M. IV. Mav, 688 
Trophies, etc. ; New Uses for Old Guns, by C. G. Harper (i//.). Harms, 

rV. Feb, 73 
Some Martial Mrauments in London, by A. Wallis Myers [Hi.], Lud, X. 

Julv, 936 
The Military Traditions of the City of London, by Kathleen Schlesinger, 

PM M, XXL July, 393 
Forgotten Heroes of the English Army {ill.), E I, XXII. Jan, 360 
Military Heroes at Westminster Abbey, by E. T. Biadley [ill.), P M M, 

XX. Jan, 13, Feb, 937 
The History of Regiments and Other Articles on Military History, see 

under Armies 
Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Richmond and Derby, and Margaret 
Douglas, Countess of Lennox; IVo Noble Dames buried in Westminster 
Abbey, by E. T. Bradley, Lipp, LXV. Mar, 437 
English History in Canterbury Cathedral, by Marshall S. Snow ('//.), 

Can M, XIV. Jan, 35a 
English History in Winchester Cathedral, by Marshall S. Snow [ill.), 

N E M, XXII. Mar, 33 
Waliham Abbey and Its Associations, by W. S. Durrant, T B, CXXI. 

Oct, 946 
Hampton Court Palace, by C. Stuart Johnson {ill.), Munsey, XXII. 

Feb, 65s 
Our Town and Citv Gates, by Sarah Wilson, C J, III. July. 470 
Royal Tombs; Where Royalty sleeps, by C. W. Dale [til.), T M, IV. 

Mar. 439 
Royalty in Disguise, by G. A. Wsde [ill.), E I, XXIII. June, 933 
English Royal Book-Collectors, by W. Y. Fletcher, Libr, I. June, 30^ 
Royal Musicians, by Miss Eleonore d'Esterre- Keeling jll.), OOP, XXL 

Jan, 313, Apr, 468 
How We became a Nation of Shopkeepers, by Miss Alice Law, Econ R, 

X. Oct, 498 
Things That happened on a Sunday, by Rev. H. B. Freeman (///.), Q, 

Nov, 75 
Where Centuries meet, by Clotilda Marson, Q O P, XXI. Mar, 356 
From King Orry to Queen Victoria : a Short and Concise History of the 

Isle of Man, by Edward Callow [ill.), Qeneal M, IV. Aue, 14$ 
French Invasions of the Isle of Wight, by Edith E. Cuthell, L H, XLIX. 

Nov, 58 
France and England in North America, by Caroline B. Shaw, N E M, XXI. 

Jan, 567 
A Gallant Silken Trade in America, by Alice Morse Earle, N E M, XXI I. 

July, 557 
Archives of the London Dutch Church, W. J. C. Moens on, E H, XV. Oct, 

800 
The Constable of the Olden Time, by W. B. Palcy, Q M, CCLXXXVIII. 

Apr, 349 
East London in the Middle Ages, by H. F. HiiU, Q M, CCLXXXVIII. 

May, 453 
Other Articles on Lon ten, see under London 
Guilds of the Middle Av:es, etc, see Guilds 
Teaching of English History : 

•'The Matriculation Hisicry of England " by C. S. Fearenside : History 
as an Instrument of Education, by Bristoliensi*--, Ed R L, II. Mar, 
r69 
English History in the Cambridge Junior Local Syllabus, by Alfred 
Biarker and John Lees, Ed R L, II. Apr, 209 



English History— continued, 
leaching of English History— cDntinued. 

A Plea for Military History, by C. Oman, Nat R, XXXV. July, 8x3 
(XXII. July, 74) 
. English History in American School Text-Books, by Charles Welsh, 
Ed R A, XIX. Jan, 93 
The Concurrent leaching of English and French History, by A. Devine, 
P R, XL Sept, 623 
English Language and Literature, see under Literature 
English People, see England and the English People 
English-Speaking Race (see also Articles under England, Scotland, Ireland, 
Colonies, American People, Australasia, United States, etc.) : 
Future of the Anglo-Saxon Race, by Lord Charles Beresford, N A R, 

CLXXI. Dec, 80a 
The Real Opportunity of the So-Called Anglo-Saxon Race, by Carlos C. 

Closson, J P Econ, IX. Dec. 76 
Shall Slav, Teuton, or Anglo-Saxon prevail? by Roscoe W. Grant, A A, 

III. Jan, 3s 
An^Io-Saxondom, by Dr. G. M. Aybworth, A A, III. Feb, xz8. Mar, 913, 

Apr, 337, May, 396 
Anglo-Saxon ism and Catholic Progress, by B. J. Qinch, ACQ, XXV. 
Oct, 793 
Engraver noticed, see Stradanus (J.) 
Ennstment, see under Armies 
Entering LIlliput-Land— Politics, etc., by T. H. S. Escott, New C R, 

VIL Feb, T49 
Entertaining Qirls, by Senta Ludovic [ill.), Q R, II. June, 787 
Entomology, see Insects 
Environment at Home and at School, by Dr. H. Laing Gordon, P R, 

XL May, 989 
Epicurus (born 343 B.C.} and Epicureanism, by H. O. Newland, Univ, 

XII. 978 
Epigrams : Table Talk ; a Lost Art, by Oliphant Smeaton, Scot R, XXXVI . 

Oct, 7^9 
Epileptics : 
Defective and Epileptic Children, S B Q, III. May, 336, 365 
The Treatment of Epileptics in Workhouses, by Countess of Heath, 

L H, XLVIII. Apr, 526 
Craig Colony Farm, New York, by Sydney Brooks [ill.), R R A, XXI. 
Mar, 313 
d'Eplnay, Louise Florence Pitronille Madame, T795— 1783 : A 
Wrman of the Salons, by S. G. Tallentyre, Long, XXXVI. June, 141 
(XXL June, ^81) 
Episodes of the Month, Nat R. XXXIV. Jan. 637 (XXI. Jan, 49, 44]. 
Feb, 805 (XXL Feb, 134); XXXV. Mar, i (XXI. Mar, 341I, Apr, x8t. 
May, 35?, June, 595, July, 697, Au?, 877; XXXVI. Sept, x (XXII. 
an, 250) 
Eppstein, W. C. and Reading School [ill.), P S M, VI. Oct, 306 
Equality, sec under Sociology 
Erastus, Thomas, (1^94—1583), and Erastlanism, by Rev. J. Noville 

Fieeis. J Theol S, II. Oct, 66 
Erie Canal and Transportation, by E. P. North, N A R, CLXX. Jan, zai 
Erin, see under Ireland 

Ermack, Ice-Breaking Ship, see under Shipping 
Ermenonville : A Bit of Old France, by Harriet Monroe, A M, LXXXVI. 

July. 58 
Ermine and Motley —Law and Humour, by Max Beerbohm, C, IX. 

Julv, 68 (XXIL July, 78) 
Ermine Moths : 

The Small Ermine Moths, Land M, IV. Sept, 665 

Small Ermine Moths, J B A. VII. Sept, 167 
Eromanga, see under New Hebrides 
Eros and Psyche ; retold after Apuleius [ill.), O C, XIV. Feb, 65, Mar, 

199 
Errera, Mdme. Paul, and Her Collection of Textiles: The Orna- 
mentation of Textiles, by Octave Maus (i/l.), Stu, XIX. May, 95c; 
Erskine, Frances J., on Fotheringhay Church [ill.). Arch Rev, VIL Feb, 60 
Erskine. Hon. S. R., on Dramatists and Actor-Managers, H, XVII. 

Sept, 185 
Erxleben, Dorothea Christine, 1715—1754: The Fu-st Lady Doctor of 

Medicine in Germany, by W. G. Field, J Ed, XXIL Oct, 648 
Escolar or Palu of the Equatorial Pacific, by Louis Becke, C J, III. 

Jan, 37 
Escott, T. H. 8., 

On Politics, etc. : 
Calculated Indiscretion as an Art, New C R, VII. Jan, 40 
Entering lilliput-Land, New C R, VIL Feb, 149 
Two Disappearinj? Poliiical Types, New C R, VII. Apr, 298 
Solution and Dissolution, New C R, VIII. Julv. t 
France and F.n^land: As Others see Us, New C R, VIII. Aug, 98 

On Writers and Fighters, New C R, VII. May. 380 

On the London Seasons; Past, Present, and Futiu-e, New C R, VIL June, 

On Hosts and Hostesses. F R, LXVIII. July, 74 (XXII. July, 78) 
Escreet, Rev. John, and His Church at Hempstead, Essex : A Clerical 

Artist in Wood, by F. A. Jones '///.), Royal, IV. May, 51 
Eskimos or Esquimaux, ^ee F.squimaux 
EsiTionde, Miss Alice, .Poems by, — 

"Our Lady and St. John." Ir M. XXVIIL Feb, loa 

" Domine, Quo V.idi^?" Ir M, XXVIII. Mar, 150 

"My King." Ir M, XXVIII. Dec, 684 
Espartero, Baldomero. Duke of Vittoria, 1793— 1879, Lieut'Col. G. F. 

White on, U 8 M, CXLII. July, 418 
Esquimaux : A Day's Work of an Arctic Htmter, by A. J. Stone [ma/ and 

ill.), WWork, I. Nov, 85 



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INDEX TO THE 



Essays and Essayists. 



EVOLUTIOK. 



Essays and Essayists : 
A Grrup of Essays by American Writers, Miss Hden A. Clarke on, P L, 

XII. Dec. 586 
Es<(ayi8ts noticed, see 
Bagehot (Walter), Harrison (Frederic), Stevenson (R. L»), etc., 

DeQuincey (T.), Lamb (Charles), etc. 

Emerson (R. W.), Pater (Walter), 

Essex, see Articles on Colchester, Chigwell, Hempstead, Waltham Abbey, 

West Ham: and Felsted School (under I^ducation) 
d'Esterre, J. N.. died 1815 : The Story of an Irish Political Duel between 
Daniel O'Conoell and d'Fstterre, 1815, by Michael MacDonagh, C, IX. 
Sept, 36a (XXII. Sept, 283) 
d'Estarre-Keeling, Miss Eleonore, see Keeling (Miss Eleonorc d'Esterre) 
Estrella, 8erra da, see under Portugal 
Estufa: Ihe Religious "Gas- Works ^' of the Pueblo Indians, by Marion 

Hill (ill.), Fr L, L. Oct, 616 
Etching, see under Art 
Ether : 
Ught, Electridty, and the Ether, by J. Ellard Gore, G M, CCLXXXVIII. 

Jan, 15 
A Determination of the Nature of the Electric and Magnetic Quantities 
and of the Density and Elasticity of the Ether, by R. A. Fessenden 
{diaframs\ Phys R, X. Jan, t, Feb, 83 
Ethics (see also Articles under Philosophy, Psychology, Religion, Sociology, 
Idealism, etc., etc.): 
Relation between Early Religion and Morality, by Edmtmd Buckley, 

inter iVi, I. June, 577 
Metaphysics, Ethics, and Religion, by Frof. W. A. Heidel, Phii R, IX. 

Jan, ^o 
The Relation of Ethics to Religion, by W. G. Everett, i J E, X. July, 479 
Truth-Seeking in Matters of Religion, by Prof. Eliza Ritchie, i J E, XI. 

Oct, 71 
Morality in Sermons, by Rev. J. Rice Byrne, H, XVI. Mav, 335 
Ethics verms Intellectual Idealism, by Rev. James Lindsay, I J E, X. 

Jan. 235 
The Relation of Ethics to Evolution, by A. W. Benn. i J E, XI. Oct, 60 
Lamarck's Views on the Evo'ution of Man, on Mornls, and on the Relation 

of Science to Religion, by Prof. A. S. Packard, Mon, XI. Oct, 30 
The Metaphysical Problem with Special Reference to lis Bearing upon 

Ethics, by A. E. Taylor, IJ E, X. Apr, 75a 
Psychic Rudiments and Morality, by G. E. Dawson, A J Psychol, XI. 

Jan, i8z 
The Moral Law, by Frank Thilly, I J E, X. Jan, 933 
The Ethics of the Natural Man, by Rev. N. M. Steffen*, P R R, XI. Inly, 461 
Is Morality purely relative? by Alexander Fulierton, Theos R, XXV. Feb, 

496; and Reply to, by Miss E. M. Samson, Theos R, XXVI. Apr, i6i 
Differences and Changes of Moral Sentiment, by Rev. David Heath, Pur, 

III. Tilly, 571 
Remarks on the Predicates of Moral Judgments, by Prof. E. Wcstermarck, 

Mind, IX. Apr, 1S4 
Ethkal Balances, by Ellen B. Sherman, H, XVII. Nov, 361 
llie Genesis of Ethical Elements, by E. A. Ross, A J 80c, V. May, 761 
Aims and Illustrations in Practical Ethics, by Mrs. Alexander Bain, i J E, 

X. Apr, 330 
*• The Map of Life : Conduct and Character " by W. E. H. Lccky : 
Newton, John, on, T, VI. May, 75 
O'Gormnn, Rev. Richard A., on. Ir E R, Vlf. Apr, 312 
Unsigned Article on, Ch Q, LI. Oct, loi (XXII. Dec, 554) ; H, XVI. 
Jan, 64 
"A System of Ethics '* by Prof. F. Paulsen, Prof. J. Iverach on, Crit R, 

X. May, 901 
Obcrlin's Contribution to Ethics, by Prof. W. E. C Wright, B 8, LVII. 

July, 439 
•• The Ethics of Aristotle " by Prof. John Burnet, R. P. Hardie on. 

Mind, IX. Oct, 538 
James Mariineau as an Ethical Teacher, by S. H. Mellone, I J E, X. 

Apr, 380 
The Ethics of Tolstoy and Nietzsche, by M. Adams, I J E, XI. Oct. 89 
Ethical versus Intellectual Idealism, by Rev. James Lindsay, i J E, X. 

Jan, 235 
The Source of Moral Obligation, by J. 8. Mackenzie, i J E, X. July, 464 
A Study in Ethics; Some Defective Theories of Moral Obligation, by 

Christopher C. Dove. W R, CLVI. Oct, 432 
The Normal Self : a Sugeested Formula for Evolutionary Ethi cs, by R. 

R. Marett, Mind, IX. Oct, 496 
The Mystery of Evil, by Thomas Chalmers. B 8, LVII. Apr, 379 
The Virtue of Truth, by Prof. J. Radford Thomson, P R, XI. June, 378, 

Sept, 616 
Justice, by Charles Gaskell Hig^inson, Pos R, VIII. Sept, 151 
How Honour and Tustice may be taught in the Schools, by Edward S. 

Holden, Cos, XXIX. Oct, 667 
Duty, by Howard S. Pearson, 8t Q, HI. Jan, 31 

The Ethics of Forgiveness, by Rev. Hastings Rashdall, I J E, X. Jan, 193 
£elf-Ix)ve and Benevolence in Butler's Ethical System, by Dr. A. Lcfevre, 

Phii R, IX. Mar, 167 
Butler's View of Consaence and Obligation, by Dr. A. Lefevre, Phil R, 

IX. July, 395 
Pleasure as Ethical Standard, by Ernest C. Moore, A J 80c, VI. 

Sept, 25 s 
Apostles of Autolatory, by Joseph D. Miller, A, XXIV. Dec, 608 
The Culture of Cowardice, by Ouida, hiumane R, I. July, no 
Rights of the Weak, by W. H. Mallock, Nat R, XXXV. July, 758 (XXII. 

J"iy. 75) 

England and the Higher Morality, by Prof. Washburn Hopkins, F, 
XXVIII. Jan, 566 



Eth i cs— continued. 
Th<: Slow Growth of Moral Influence in Politics, by Bishop Percival, N C, 

XLVIII. Aug, 226 (XXII. Aug, 177) 
The Reign of Force, by Honora Twycross, W R, CLVI. Dec, 609 (XXa 

Dec, 576) 
National Ideals, National Life and Character, see National life aod 

Character 
Patriotism and the Ethics of Expansion, see under Patriotism, Colonies 

and the Empire, Africa (South \ etc. 
Ethics in Commerce, see under Finance, etc. 

lU-Gotten Gifts to Colleges, by Vida D. Scudder, A M, LXXXVI. Nov, 675 
The Ethics of Child-Study and Children, see under Childrta 
I'he Ethics of Shakespeare, by X. H. Cordiner, New C R, VIII. Au?, 85 
Etiquette: "The Conrtyer" by Count B. Castiglione, H. SchQu Wboa 

on, Q M, CCLXXXIX. Nov, 461 
Eton College : 
Portraits and Prints at Eton, by Blanche W. Cornish {ill.\ P M M, XXL 

Aug, 50X 
The Myers Collection at Eton College Museum ; a Soldier's Bequest, bf 
W. M. Webb nil ), E i, XXIV. Nov, 165 
Etretat and its Environs, bv A. T. G>bert ;<//.), Art U, XVI. Sept, 177 
Etymology, see Literature and Language 
Eucharist, see Holy Communion 
Eurasians, see under India (Social Problems) 
Europe, Miscellaneous: 
Euiopean Alliance*, International Policy, etc, see umder Foreign tai 

International Policy 
Armie* and Navies of Europe, see under Armie«, Navies 
Europe is no more, by Marc Debrit, inter M, II. Nov, 477 
The Credit versus the Debit Side of Europe, by Hurold Macfarhoe 

{diaj^mms), G W, XLI. Apr, 262 
Some Things Americans may learn from Europe, by Dr. S. J. Barrows, F, 

XXIX. Apr, 917 (XXII. Aue. 166) 
European H iscory, see imder History 
Royal Families of Europe, see under Royalty, etc. 
Eusebius, 315 — 370 : 
The Jerusalem Episcopal List, by C- H. Turner, J Theol 8. I. July, 5:9 
Eusebius of Vercelli, by Rev. A. E. Burn, J Theol 8, I. July, 59a 
Evangelists : 
Recent Evangelistic Methods, by Wilson Barrett, P M Q, XXI I. Apr, 319 
Evangelists noticed, see Moody (D. L.), Sankcy (Ira D.) 
Everett, Dr. Charles Carroll. 1829— 1900: 
Profei'srr Everett as a Metaphysician, by Josiah Royce, New W, IX. 

Dec, 796 
Other Biogrnphicnl and Critical Articles on Prof. Everett by, — 
Oilman, Nicholas Paine, New W, IX. Dec, 714 
Toy, C. H., New W, IX. Dec, 714 
Unsigned Article (HI.), H G M, IX. Dec 179 
On Naturalism and Its Results, New W, IX. Sept, 486 
Everett, P. W.. on British Battlefields {ill.). Royal, IV. June, 169 (XXL 

June, 549) 
Eversley, IHampshire, and Charles Klngsiey, by Margaret Bradley 

{ill.), Q T, VI. Jure, 133, ^97 
Every-Day Crime— Rudeness, by Frances H. Freshfield, W R, Clill. 

Feb, aoi 
Evesham, Worcestershire : 
Evesham, by Prof. C. A. Windle (ill.). Arch Rev. VIII. Oct, 1^6 
All Saints and St. Lawrence, Evesham : Two Churches in One Churchyard, 
by Charlotte Mason (ill.), Lud, X. July, 298 
Evil and Good, see under Ethics, etc 

Evolution, Heredity. Natural 8election, etc. (see also Articles uader 
Natural History, Plant Life. Flowers, etc.) : 
The Secret of Evolution, by Mrs. Annie Besant, Theos R, XXVIL Oct. 

T31 
Science nears the Secret of Life, H, XVI. Apr. 278 
The Evolutionary Fad, by G. Frederick Wright, B 8, LVII. Apr, 30^ 
Some Aspects of Recent Biological Research, by E. B. Wilson, Inter K, 

II. July, 74, Aug, 127 
A Half-Century in BioloRv, by Dr. James J. Walsh, C W. LXX. Jan. «« 
Evolution in the Twentieth Century, by Arthur Hallam, Theos R, XXVIL 

Dec, 320 
The Stampede into Evolution, by Prof. Jesse B. Thomas, Horn R, XL 

Oct, 304 
" From Comte to Benjamin Kidd ; the Appeal to Biology or Evolatioa for 
Human Guidance " by Dr. Robert Mackintosh, Unsigned AiticieQa, 
Ch Q, L. July, 343 ... 

American literary Criticism and the Doctrine of Evolution, by W. sL 

Payne, inter M, II. July, 26 
The Conditions of Human Progress, by Prof. C. Lloyd Morgan, Mon, X 

Apr, 432 
Notes on '* I>emuria," Theos R, XXVIL Dec. 347 
Prof. Ernst Haeckel and the New Zoology, by Dr. Henry S. Willianas [iS.1, 

Harp, XL. July, 297 
The Upbuilding of Animal Life, by Dr. William Seton, C W, LXXIL 

Nov, 229 
The Biogenetic I^w from the Standpoint of Palaeontology, by Janes P. 

Smith, J Qeol. VIII. Au?. 413 
Heredity and Environment, by Charles W. Super, Cons R, IV. Dec, 3«6 
Heredity .^nd Environment, by C. C Closson, Q J Econ, XV. Nov, 143 
On Heredity as a Factor in the Interpretation of Disease, by Prof. D. J- 

Hamilton, H, XVII. Oct, 229 
Genius and Regeneration, by Hudson Maxim, A, XXIII. Apr, 495 
The Race -Preservation Dogma, by Antonio Llano, A J 8oc, V. Jan, 4SS 
War and Evolution, by C. O. Ovington, W R, CLIII. Apr, 411 ;XXI. 
Apr, 345} 



EvoLUTtOM.— Continued. 



PERIODICALS OF 1900. 



F^Lix, M. 



91 



Evolution, etc.— continued. 
Psychic Rudimeoti and Morality, by G. £. Dawson, A J Psychol, XI. 

Jan, i8x 
Lamarck's Views on the Evolution of Man, on Morals, and on the Relation 

of Science to Religion, by Prof. A. S. Packard, Mon, XI. Oct, 30 
The Normal Self ; a Suggested Formula for Evolutionary Ethics, by R. R. 

Marett, Mind. IX. Oct, 496 
The Relation of Ethics to Evolution, by A. W. Benn, I J E, XI. Oct, 60 
Divine Action in Natural Selection, by Dr. William Seton, C W, LXX. 

Feb, 625 
Evolution and^Religion, Ch Q, L. Apr, 157 
The Crucifixion as aii Evolutionary Force, by Rev. W. W. Peyton, C R, 

LXXVII. Apr, 491, May, toi (XXI. May, 464) 
" ITie Ascent through Christ ^' by E. Griffith Jones, Prof. J. Iverach on, 

Grit R, X. Jan, 43 
Evolution and Immortality, by Prof. Alfred H. Uoyd, Mon, X. Apr, 397 
Evolution and Immortaliiy, by Walter Spence, A, XXIII. Mar, 315, 

Apr, 43a 
llieodor Schwann; a Great Biologist [ill.], C W, LXXI. May. 198 
Ewan, John A., Canadian War Correspondent in South Africa, John 

Lswison (i//.),Can M, XV. Oct, 495 
Ewing, Juliana Horatia, Poem by,— "A Soldier's Children," L H, 

XLVill. Fob, 347 
Examinations, see under Education 
Excellent (Ship) and Whale Island : Where British Sailors learn to shoot, 

by E. A. Braylev Hodgctts («//.}, 8tr, XIX. Jan, 27 
Exercise, see under Athletics, etc. 
Exhibitions : 

Concerning Exhibitions, by H. Micfarlane [ditfrrams], Lud, XI. Nov, 23 
The Promise of Intsrnational Exhibitions, by F. G. Aflalo, F R, LXVII. 

May, 830 (XXI. May, 466; 
Glasgow latemational Exhibition, 1901 (<//.}, Eng T, IV. Oct, 349 
The r'aris Exhibition of 1900, see Paris Exposition 
The International Commercial Congress at Philadelphia, by W. H. Schoflf, 

A A P 8, XV. Jan, 81 
The Philadelphia Commercial Museum, by W. C. Belts, J P Econ, VIII. 

Mar, aaa 
The Pan-American Exposition at Bufialo, N.Y., see under Buffalo City 
The Exhibition of Women's Wor'-c at Earl's Court, see under Women 
Exmoor, Somerset: I'he Chase of the Wild Red Deer, by Arthur 

Heinemann [ill.). Bad M, XI. Aug, 207 
Exodus, Book of, see under Bible and Biblical Criticism 
Experience, see under Philosophy 

Experimental Life, by C. lianford Henderson, A M, LXXXV. May, 640 
Experiments on Animals, see Vivisection 
Explorers and Exploration, ses under Geography 
Escplosions : 

Explosions in Coal Mines, by John Mills, K, XXIII. Jan, 4 
Boiler Explosions, by J. Homer {ill.), 8tr, XX. July, to 
Explosives (see also Ordnance (under Armies) ) : 

The Birth and Growth of Explosives, by Rev. John M. Bacon (<//.), L H, 

XLVIII. Jan, 205 
High Explosives, by Capt. E. L. Zalinski, Inter M, I. June, 676 
The Use of Liquid Air in Explosives, by Hudson Maxim (rV/.j, A A, III. 

May, 391 
A Big Blast at the Cherbourg Quarries, by Val Norton («?/.), 8tr, XIX. 

June, 701 
Blowing-Up a Bridge, by E. W. Kitchin (i7/.}, Royal, IV. July, aSo 
Expositions, see Exhibitions 

Eyck, Jan van, (1390— 1441}, and Hubert van Eyck (1366—1426): 
ITie Van Eycks, by W. H. James Weale, N C, XLVIII. Nov, 78; 
•llus Art of the Brothers Van Eyck, by Kathcrinc W. Elwes, W R, CLIV. 
Nov, 561 
Eyes and Eyesight : 
The Dissimilariiy in Function of the Rods and the Con:s of the Retina, by 

C. I^dd Franklin. Psychol R, VII. Nov, 630 
Visual Perception during Eye Movement, by Raymond Dodge, Psychol R, 

VII. Sept. 4S4 
Bflect on the Pe-sistence of Visi m of exposing the Eye to Light of Various 

Wave-Lengths, by Frank Allen {diagrams)^ Phys R, XL Dec, 2Sj 
Visual Perception, Visualization, ses under Psychology 
Light, Optical Illusi)ns, etc., see under Ligtu 
The Human Eye and How to care for It, by Dr. H. O. Reik, Cos, XXIX. 

Sept, 516 
Opticians and Their Trade, C J, HI. Dec, 790 

Duke Carl Theodor of Bavaria ; a Royal Ocalist and His Family, by Carl 
Siewers (///.), Lud, IX. Feb, 2^3 
Ezekiel, Book of, see under Bible and Biblical Criticism 
Eara, see under Bible and Biblical Criticism 



facial Expression at the Moment of Victory, by C. B. Fry (tV/.), 

P M, IX. June, 66a (XXI. Juns, 585) 
Factory Legislation and Factory Inspection, sse under Labour 

Problems 
Fads, by Lidy Grove, C, VII I. Apr, 515 
Faed, ihomas, Artist, 1826^x900 : In Menaoriam ((//.]• M Art, XXIV. 

Oct, 564 
Fair Isle, Shetland Islands : Fair Isle Wom-n at Horns, C J, HI. 

Nov, 717 



Fair Trade, see Protection and Fair Trade 
Fairies and Fairy Tales : 

Hauais in Fairyland, by J. H. Harris [ill.), T M, IV. Feb, 378 

•• De Kleine Johannes" by Frederik van Eeden ; a Dutch Fairy Talc, by 
Miss Margaret Robinson, N C, XLVII. Apr, 65a 
Fairs : The Country Fair in America, by Julius Moritzen («//.), Cos, XXX. 

Dec, I S3 
Fairy-Mounds, by David MacRitchie (f//.). Ant, XXXVI. Feb, 5a, Mar, 

70 
Falgul^re, Alexandre, French Sculptor, 183X— 1900, H. Frantz oni (i//.), 

M Art, XXIV. July, 408 
Falkenstein, Silesia : The Outdoor Cure of Consumption at Falkenstein, 

C J, III. Mar, 183 
Falkner, Roland P.. 

On Crime in the United States; Is It increasing? F, XXIX. July, 596 
(XXII. Aug, 180) 

On the Currency Law of 1900, A A P S, XVI. July, 33 
False Dauphins of the Temple— Attempts to impersonate Louis 

Charles after the Revolution, by A. M. Hyamson, Q M, CCLXXXIX. 

Sept, 258 • 

Famagousta, se; under Cyprus 
Fame, Hall of, see Hall of Fame 
Family Histories, Family Trees, see Genealogy 
Famine in India, see under India 
Famous Brother of the Brush— Sir J. E. Millais, by D.B.A., ScotSi 

XXV. Feb, 173 
Famous Siege— Basing Castle, 1642—1645, by H. H. Bates (<//.), T M, 

IV. Sept, 1043 
Fancourt, Rev. Samuel, (1678— 1768), and His Circulating Library, 

1742 : The Reputed First Circulating Library in London, by A. Clarke, 

Libr, I. June, 374 
Faneuil, Peter, (1700.— 1743), and Faneuil Hall, Boston, by Abram E. 

Brown (fV/.). N E M, XXI. Jan. 519 
Fans : Simple Decorations for Fans, by Marie Jonreau (iV/.), Munsey, 

XXII. Feb, 663 
Fantin-Latour, Henri, and His Lithographs on Musical Motives, by 

Frederick Keppel (<//.), C M, LX. Ma v. 63 
Far-Away Corner— Texas, by Mrs. E. M. NicholL C, IX. Aug, 951 

{XXII. Aug, 17S) 
Far East, see under Orient, etc. 
Farm Labourers, see under Agriculture 

Farming, see Agricultiu-e, Dairy-Farming, Cattle, Sheep, Horses, etc. 
Farnese Family : I'he Villa Famese at Caprar jla ; an Idyll of the Re^ 

nnissance, by Marie D. Walsh ({//.}, Arch Rec, X. Oct, iz) 
Farnley Hall, Yorkshire, and the Turner Pictures: Mr. Ruskin at 

Famley, by Mrs. Ayscough Fawkes, N C, XLVII. Afxr, 617 (XXI. 

Apr, 363) 
Farnley Iron Works : Making " Bejt Yorkshire " Iron, by Ewing Mathe- 

son ({//.}. Cas M, XVIII. July, 179 
Farrar, Dean F. W., of Canterbury : 

On Impsrialtsm and Christianity, N A R, CLXXL Sept, 389 (XXII. 
Oct, 384) 

On the Church of England and Social Problems, T M, IV. Mar, 493 

On Temperance Progress in Great Britain in the Ninetemth Century, 
Hom R, XXXIX. Feb, 99 

On William Cowpsr ; a Poet of the Eneliah Church [ill.), Q T, VI. Apr, 56 

On Gjorge Herbert ; a Poet of the English Church [ill.), Q T, VI. July, aja 

On Kev. John Keble; a Poet of the English Church [ill.), Q T, VII. 
Nov, 104 

On Our Amusements in the New Century, Q T, VI I. Dec, 175 

On Christmas; the Great Social Festival [ill.), Q. Dec, 187 
Farrelly's (M. J.) "Settlement after the War In South Africa," 

Unsigned Article on, Mac, LXXXIII. Nov, 51 
Farthest People— Tibet and the Tibetans, by W. J. Reid [ill.), Cos, 

XXVIIL Feb, |43 
. Fashion, see under Dress 
Faust Legend : 

The Religious Element in Marlowe's "Faustus," by Bishop B>yd 
Carpenter, Sun M, XXIX. July, 442 

Gteihe's "Faust": Mephistophsles and the PeJagosue Abroad; or, 
Faust through Scholastic Spectacles, by Nestor, Ed R L, II. Feb, zoS 
Fawcett, Edgar, Poem by, — " Sanctuary," Fr L, L. July, 272 
Fawkes, Mrs. Ayscough, on Mr. Ruskin at Farnley, N C, XLVII. 

Apr, 617 {XXI. Apr. 360) 
Fearenside's (C. S.) " Matriculation History of England ": History 

as an Instniment of Education, by Bristoliensls, Ed R L, II. Mar, 

162 
Feathers, see under BirJs 

F^conditi, by Emile Zola, see under ZoU (Emile) 
Federation of Australia, see under Austrxdasia 
Federation of Canada, see under Canada 
Federation of the United States, see under United States 
Feeble-Minded, Feeble-Bodied Persons (see also Articles under 
Children; Blind, Deaf-Mutes, Epileptics) : 

The Feeble- Minded, by M. C. France [UL), Sun H, Sept, 725 

The Education of the Feebl*-Mioded at Wsdtham, Mass., by Kate Gannett 
Wells [ill.), N E M, XXII. Mar, 6 

J. H. Pullsn; the Genius of Earlswood Asylum, by A. Birnage [ill.). 
Harms, V. Dec, 481 
Feilden, Col. H. W., and His Contributions to Glacial Qeology, by 

Prof. T. G. Bonney, Geol M, VII. July, 289 
Filix, M., 

A Parisian Prince of Dress, by Intime ii'l.), L R, IX. Nov, ax 

On Dress: Interview, by Marie A. Belloc [ill.), W H, IX. Sept, xo^g 
(XXII. Sept, 2S4) 



$i 



iHdex To tME 



Pbll-Walking in the Lakb District. 



PiNANC*. 



Fell-Walking in the Lake District, by W. T. Palmer (i//.)> l-ud, X. 

July, 275 
Fellaheen; «ee under Egypt, Palestine ^ 

Fellow-Feeling a« a Political Factor, by Theodore Roosevelt, C M, 

LIX. Jan, 466 
Felons of Our Land (Ireland), by Lady Gregory, C, VIII. May, 632 

(XXI. May, 471) 
.Felsted School, Essejc, by G. J. Homsby Wright \i//.), P 8 M, V. May, 

335 
Finelon, Francois de Salignac de la Mothe, 16^1— 1715 : The Inner 

Life of F6nelon, by Charles M. Stuart, Chaut, XXXII. Oct, 77 
Fenny Bentley Church : A Church in the Peak of Derbyshire, by Rev. 

R. K. Bolton (/7/.)". Rel, VI. Apr, 80 
Fens : Some Curious Fen Flowers, by W. A. Dutt («//.), Q W, XLI. Sept, 

631 
Fenswood, Lord, (Hor.ice Denton), died?: Fenswood and the Great Air 

Lena, by R. T. Ross, O M, XXXV. Mar, 350 
Fermentation : Some Early llieories on Fermentation, by Dr. W. Stanley 

Smith, K, XXIII. July, 154, Aug, 179 
Ferranti, Sebastian Ziana di, and the 1,600 K W. and 660 K.W. 

Alternators at Deptford (i//.), Feild, III. July, 6g 
Ferrar, Nicholas, of Little Qidding, 1593— 1637 : Three Recently Dis- 

coverel Bindings with Little Gidding Stamps, by Cyril Davenport (i//.), 

Libr, I. Mar, 205 
Ferrero, Prof., on Savages and Criminals, H, XVII. Dec, 397 (XXII. 

Dec, 577) 
Ferrier, David,— Character Sketch («//.). R R, XXII. Aujj, 127 
Ferryman, MiUor A. F. IMockler, sec Mockler- Ferryman (Major A. F.) 
Fertilisers and Feeding Stuffs, see under Agriculture 
FMes : Fancy F6ie8, by G. A. W«dc {iU.), L R, VIII. July, 337 
Fetish-Worship and Fetish-Men on the Qold Coast, by Lindsay W. 

Bristowe (i//.), I C M. I. Dec, 267 
Feudal System : ViU <ina^e, etc., see under English History 
Fever noticed, see Malarial Fever 
Flamingo, Prof. Q. M., 

On Italian Anarchism, C R, LXXVIII. Sept, 339 (XXII. Sept. 260) 

On luilian Anarchists (/V/.), Universal, II. Nov. 79 

On the Democratic Christians .tnd the Vatican, O C, XIV. Aug, 475 

On Christian Missions and European Politics in diina, OC, XIV. Nov, 689 
Fibrous Packings and Beltings (///.}, Eng T. Supplement, III. Feb, 7 
Fichte, Johann Qottlieb, 1762^1814 : Spinoza, Leibnitz, and Fichte, by 

C. H. A. Bjerregaard, New Cycle, XL Jan, x 
Fiction : 

The Classification of Fiction, by E. A. Baker, Libr W, II. Jan, 177 

Fiction Annotation, by L. Stanley Jast, Libr W, II. Feb, 306 

Fiction Annotation, by H. Bond, Libr W, II. Mar, 339 

French Fiction, etc., for the Pu'olic Library.; with List of Books, by Henry 
Guppy, Libr A R, II. July, 357 

Characteristics of English Fiction, by George Moore, N A R, CLXX. Apr, 
504 (XXI. May, 472) 

Modem Fiction, by Edwin Ridley, A A, III. Jan, 13, Feb, 145, Mar, 235, 
May, 422, June, 50X ; IV. lulv, 70, Aug, ii^. Sept, 352, Oct. 307 

Fiction, Old and New, by Lily Watson, L H, XLVllI. July," 773 

Discursive Jottings on Novels, by Thomas Aldred, Libr W, II. May, 295 

In Praise of the Novel, by James K. Hosmer, Libr, I. Mar, 133 

The Art of Narration, by Miss Jane H. Findlater, Nat R, XXXIV. Jan, 
708 

Italics in Fiction, by William Le Queux. Bkman A, XI. Mar, 57 

The Change in Current American Fiction, by Talcott Williams (///.), 
R R A, XXII. Dec, 755 

The Evolution of Literary Decency, by Andrew Lang, Black, CLXVII. 
Mar, 36^ 

The Sex-Conscious School in Fictitm, by Gerald S. Lee, New W, IX. 
Mar, 77 

Some Novels of 1809. by W. E. Henley, N A R. CLXX. Feb, 3^3 

Notes on the New Kooks of Fiction ;/7/.), R R A, XXII. Dec, 759 

Recent American Fiction, A M, LXXXVI. Sept, 414 

(American) Southern Literature of the Year, by Benjamin W. Wells, F, 
XXIX. June, 50X 

The Twentieth-Century Novel ; a Critical Dialogue, by D. F. Hannigan, 
W R, CLIIL May, 538 

Disappearing Authors, by Justin McCarthy, N A R, CLXX. Mar, 395 

Art and the Woman, by Two Brothers, Mac, LXXXIII. Nov, 29 

Sequel Stories ; List by Thjtnas Aldred, Libr W, II. June, 327 ; III. July, 
M. Aug, 40, Sept. 69 

The Future of the Short Story, by E. Charlton Black, Inter M, I. Feb, 
305 

The Manuscripts of Some Popular Novels (i//.). Critic, XXXV 1 1. Dec, 
481 

Women of Fiction, by Klla Stryker Mapes, Bkman A, XI. Aug, 560 

Heroines in Fiction, by H. A. Spurr, Arg. LXXIL Nov, 36"; 

Barrie and Womankind, by J. A. Hammerton, Y W. VMII. Apr, 245 

The Bachelor in Fiction, by P. Pollard, Bkman A, XII. Oct. 146 

What is Historic Atmosphere? by Charles M.njor, Scrib, XXVII. June, 

TTie New HUtorical Romances, by W. D. Howclls, N A R, CLXXl. Dec, 

935 
The Reading of Historic.il Novels and the Study of History, by Ada 

Shurmer, Scots. XXV. Apr, 383 
Three American Historical Romances, by W. E. Simonds, A M, LXXXV. 

Mar, 406 
America as a Field for Fiction, by Annie S. Winston, A, XXIII. June, 654 
Some Recent Novels of Manners, E R, CXCII. July, 208 (XXII. Aug, 

176) 
Fiction and PhUanthropy, E R, CXCI. Apr, 305 (XXL May, 480} 



Fiction— continued. 

The Slum Movement in Fiction, by Miss Jane H. Findlater, Nat R, 
XXXV. May, 447 

The Ghetto in Literature, by, — 
Ellis, Martin B., Bkman A, X. Feb, 534 
Meyer, Annie Nathan. Bkman A, X. Feb, 53a 

Modern Fiction and ReUgion, by A. H. Storrow, Pur, III. June, 460 « 

The Catholic Churdiin Fiction ; the Value of a Scruple, by Very Rev. Prior 
O'Gorraan, Ir E R, VIL Jan, x 

" The Master Christian " by Marie Corelli. see under Corelli (Marie) 

The Treatment of Medicine in Fiction, by Dr. Caroline W. LatSmcr, H, 
XVII. Oct, 369 

Concerning Heirs and Heirship ; Some Instruction for Novelists, Oeneal M, 
IV. Sept, 189 

Fea«ts in Fiction, by W. E. Garrett Fisher, C, IX. Sept, 377 (XXIL Sept, 
• 283) 

Fact and Fiction in War, by George Griffith ; Interview, by R. BLailnrajt 
(1//.), Q T. VI. Sepr, 360 

llie Tales of Tenror; with Bibliography, by Christabel F. Fiske. Cons R. 
III. Mar, 37 

The Extinction of the Dime Novel, by Firmin Dredd (titf.), Bkman A, XI. 
Mar, 46 

"Romances of Roguery" bv Frank W. Chandler; The Rascal as Hent 
by Edith K. Dunt. n, A M, LXXXV. July, 135 

"The Postboy robbed of His Mail," (1693); a Seventeenth CcBCmy 
Fiction, by G. W. Niv^n, Scots, XXV. May. 4^2 

The Dramatic Realization of the Novel, by J. W. Herbert ^t/^.k Cos, 
XXVIII. Mar, 477 

The Dramatisation of Fiction ; Legalised Artistic Robbery, Au, XI. Dec, riS 

Novelists' Counties, sse List of Authors' Counties under Literature 

Novelists, British, Colonial, and Amsrican noticed, see 
Allen (James' Lane), Grant (Robert), Ra d cliff e (Mrs;. 

Austen (Mis4 Jane), Hardy. (Thomas), Anne), 

Barrie (J. M.), H arte (Bret). Beade (Cliaries\ 

Beckford (Wm.), Hawthorne (N.), Richardson (S.<, 

Blackmore ( R. D ), Hayes (F. W.), Robinson {Ro^bai 

Boldrewood ( Rolf), Hobbes (John E.). 

Bronte (Charlotte), Oliver). Scott (Sir WaitW, 

Chesnutt (C. W.), Hocking (Silas K.), Shorthouse (J. U.', 

Cholmondeley (Miss ' Howells (W. D.), Silberrad ;Miss U. 

Mary), Johiiston (Miss L.), 

Connor (Ralph), Mary), Sterne (L.\ 

<:ooper (J. F.), King^ley f Charles), Stewart (J. A.\ 

Corelli (Miss MRrie), Kipling (R.), Stevenson (R. L.), 

Crane (Stephen), Lawless (Miss Tarkinctoit ( Booths 

Crockett (n. R.), ' Emily), Thackeray [ViT. M. . 

Dana(R. H.), Leii^hton (Mrs. Marie Trollope (AxithKMy), 

Dawson (A. J.), Connor), Wallace (Gca. L :, 

Defoe (Daniel^ Macdonald (Dr. G.), Ward (.Mrs. Wilfnd. 

Dickens (Charles), Maclaren (Ian), Watts-Dontoa -T.!, 

Doyle (Dr. Conan), . Meade (Mrs. L. T.), Westcott (E. N.), 
Dudeney (Mrs. Meredith (George), Wharton (Mrs. 

Henry), MitcheU (Donald G.), Edith). 

Eliot (Cieorge), Mitford (Miss Mary Whiteing (R.*.. 

Ford(P. L.X Russell), WiiUamsoa (Mrs. C 

Fothergill (Mis$ Moore (Frankfort), N.), etc 

Je^sis), Munro (Neil), 

Fowler (Miss E. T.), Praed (Mrs. Carap- 
Gbsgow( Miss Ellen), bell), 

Fidler, Qideon, on Arts and Crafts at Wilton (f//.). Art J, XVI. Sept, z6j 
Field, Major C, 

On the Best Types of War-Vessels for the British Navy, J R U 8 I, XUV. 
Aug, 843 

On Figiire-Heads — Ancient and Modern fill.). Universal, L Mar, 143 

On Paul Beneke ; the Hero in an English Defeat, X468, Q W, XLI. Dec, 843 
Field, Miss Kate, 1840 — 1896 : A Notable Woman, by Miss Jeaimette L. 

Gilder, Critic, XXXV 1. l-eb, 163 
Field, W. Q., on Democracy and Education in England, Ed R A, XX. 

Oct, 371 
Field-Marshal's BAton, by A. C. F^x-Davies, Oeneal M, IV. May, 1*4 
Fields, Mrs. James T.. (.^nnis Fields), on Miss Mary Russell Micforl 

(;V/.), Critic. XXXVII. Dec, 5" 
Fife, Duke of, 



The New Dukedom of Fife, Qeneal M, IV. July. 96 

. :XXIL Aue, X75) 
Fifth Commandment, by Laurana W. Sheldon, A, XXIII. r eb, ao8 



Biographical, etc. (///.), L R, VIII. Aug, 4x9 (! 



Figure-Heads of Battleships, see under Navies 
FIJI: 

Llie Islands and the People of Fiji, by Morgan I. Finucane, J R C I, 

XXXI 1. Dec, ^7 
New Ze dand and an Island Federation in the Pacific, by Sir Robert Scout, 

R R Aus, XVI L Oct, 433 (XXI I. Dec, 565) 
Why Fiji wants Fcderaion, by Rev. W. Slade, R R Aus, XVII. Nor. cjS 
Fin de Si^cle Pilgrimage (to Lough Derg), by F. W. Lockwood, Q M, 

CCLXXXVIII. May, 474 
Finance, Trade (see also Articles under Insurance, Political Rcoaomy, 
Labour Problems, Protection and Fair I'rade, Savings Banks, Raihrsys, 
Shipping, Canals, Mines and Mining, Agriculture, Dairy- 
C'loijies, etc.) : 
National Finance : 
The Budget, 1900 : 
Bastable, Prof. C. F., on. Econ J, X. Jone^ 908 
Hirst, F. W., on, Econ J, X. Mar, X05 
Root, J. W., on. Bank, LXIX. Mar, 364 
Unsigned Article on, Bank*, LXIX. Apr, 573 



f'lNANCB.—Continued. 



PERIODICALS OP 1906. 



l^iNANCs.— Continued. 



&3 



I Finance, Trade— continued. 
National Finance-^continued. 

How to p.iy for the War in South Africa, by Hugh Chishobn, F R, 

LXVJI. Mar, 442 (XXI. Mar. 336) 
The Working Mao and the War Charges, by Frederick Greenwood, N C, 
XLVllI. Oct. 583 (XXII. Oct, 371) 
• The Perplexing Predicament and the Way Out of It, by Robert Ewen, 
W R, CLIIL Feb, 177 
. Revenue without Taxition, by Robert Ewen, W R, CLTII. May, 577 
Why Not a Premium-Tax? by J. D. Holms, W R, CLIII. June, 654 

(XXI. June, 579) 
British Taxation ; Imperial and Local, by Joseph King, Q J Econ, XIV. 

Feb, 277 
The Place of the Service Tax in Modern Finance, by J. H. Hamilton, 

J P Econ, VIII. June. 303 
De«iitate Children and Imperial Revenue, by E. D. Daly, N i R, XII. 

Jan, a^i 
Destitute Children and Income Tax, by E. W. Daly, N I R, XIII. Mar, 

39 
The Taxation of Land Values see under Land 

The Queeti in Her Counting- House, by H. W. Lucy, C J, III. Dec. Fz7 
Colonial Gov«rmments as Money-Lenders, by Hon. W. Pember Reeves, 

Nat R, XXXVl. Dec, 579 (XXIL Dec. S62) 
£urope.4old to pay the Christian War Bill, by W. Greenwood {^i.), 

Sun 8tr, I. May, 558 
llie Credit versus die Debit Side. of Europe, by Harold Macfarlane 

{Uta^ams), Q W, XLL Apr, 262 
Pamphlets and the Pamphlet Duty of 1712, by J. Mftcfarl.me, Llbr, I. 

June, 998 
Old Age Pensions, sse undef Insurance (National} 
Tarifis ani Commercial Treaties, Im,iorts and Export Duties, see under 

Protection and Fair Tra ie ' 

Currency Questions (see also Articles under India, Japan, Unitei States) : 
A Significant Chapter in the History of Currency, by W. W. Carlile, 

Econ R, X. July, 309 
Gold Economics, by ^ovincial Banker, Bank, LXIX. F^b, 222 
A Century's Hard Cash, by J. Holt Schooling (i//.). W M, XII. June, 99 
The Penny and Its Story, by W. M. Webb (1//.), E I, XXIII. June, 201 
A Mint of Money, by J. Homer («/A), Harms. HI. Ian, 589 
Through the Mint, by Dolf Wyllarde, Mad R, VI. Aug, 247 
Bank of England : 

Variations in the Rate charged b/ the BankvQf England, 18 m — 1899, 

Bank, LXX. July, t 
Token Money of the Bank of England, by Mnberly Phillips (i7/.), Bank, 

LXIX. Mar, 385, M ty. 705, June, 851 ; LXX. July, 9, Aug, 133 
Banks and Banking, Miscellaneous : 

The Gilbart Lectures on Banking, by J. R. Paget, Bank, LXIX. Mar, 

4x6 
.The Literature of Banking, by F. E. Steele, Bank, LXIX. Feb, 

231 
Institute of Bankers ; AdJreas by Lord Hillingdon, Bank, LXX. Dec, 

744 

Banking at the Close of the Nineteenth Ctetnry ; a Retrospect, Bank, 

LXX. Dec, 682 
The Progress of Banking in Great Britain ana Ireland, 1899, Bank, 

LXIX. Jan, 17, Feb, 157, Apr, 517, May, 681, June, 870 
English and Scottish Banking, by John Rae, Bank, LXIX. Apr, 55a 
Bankers'' Profit Margins in 1891, Eiank, LXIX. Jan, 56 
The Sources bf Bank Profits, Bank. LXIX. Jan, 4 
English Country Banks in 19:0, by W. G. Clay, Bank, LXIX. June, 

886 
Some Aspects of Bank Amalgamations, Bank, LXX. Sept, 323 
Colonial and Foreign Banks in England and the Banking Reserve, Bank, 

LXIX. Mar, 353 
Bankers and the New Compinies Bill, Bank, LXIX. Apr, 548 
Should the Peel Act be modified ? by H. Schmidt, Bank, LXIX. Feb, 

19a 
"Not Negotiable" Cheques, Bank, LXX. Oct, 468 
The Chinese System of Banking, by Charles Denby, F, XXX. Dec, 

419 
Co-o])erative and Loan Banks, see under Savings Banks 
Banking Supsrannuation and Pension Funds, Bank, LXIX. Jan, 49; 

LXX. Dec, 689 
Messrs. Barclay's New Bank in Fleet Street (i//.), Arch Rev, VII. Apr, 

163 
Companies and Company-Promoting : 
The Companies Act, 1900 : 

Sibley, N. W., on. New C R, VIII. Nov, 34<> 

Unsigned Articles on. Bank, LXIX. Apr, 548; LXX. Aug, 157 
The Defective Addition to Our Company Law, by Judge Emden, N C, 

XLVIII. Dec, 955 
Joint Stock Enterpri'ie and Onr Manufacturing Industris, by J. B. C. 

Kershaw, F R, LXVII. May, 815 (XXI. May, 470) 
Liquid Air ; Its Commercial Valus and Promoting Companies, by Editor 

o( Angla-American, A A, III. May, 443 
Tne Promotion of Companies and the Valuation of Assets according to 

German Law, by Ernest Schusfr, Econ J, X. Mar, x 
Stock Exchange: Speculating in Differences, by One Who has tried It, 

C J, III. June, 363 
Corfwrations, Syndicates, etc., see Articles under Syndicates, United States 
Commercial Competition, Foreign Trade, etc. : 

Competition, Acttial and Theoretical, by John Bascam, Q J Econ, XIV. 

Aug, 537 
Natural Selection, Competition, and Socialism, by Herman Whitiker, 

A, XXIV. Aug, 139 



Finance, Trade— continued. 
Commercial Competition, Foreign Trade, etc. — continued. 
The Ethics of tne Competitive Process, by W. W. Willougfaby, A J Soc, 

VI. Sept, 14 5 
What Communities lose by the Competitive System, by Jack London, 

Co«, XXIX. Nov. 58 
Forty Years of British Trade, by M. G. Mulhall, C R, LXXVIL Mar, 

383 (XXI. Mar, 241) 
Imports and Exports of Forty Years, by M. G. Mulhall, C R, LXXVIL 

May, 716 (XXI. M«y, 478) 
Is the Indusurial Tide on the Turn? by W. R. Lawson, Bank, LXX. 

Oct, 454 
Our Trade Prosperity and the Outlook, Econ J, X. Sept, 29s 
A Century of Internatimal Commerce, by O. P. Austin, N A R, 

CLXXI. Nov, 664 (XXII. Dec 563) 
Lord Ros^ebery on the Dangers to British Trade, by Henry Birchenough, 

N O, XLVIII. Dec, 1064 (XXII. Dec, 528, 556) 
An Investigation of tfie Cause of Trade Fluciuatioaa, by John B. C. 

Kershaw, Econ J, X. Dec, 474 
How War helps Trade, by F. C Barker, A, XXIII. Feb, 3o« 
The Decline of British Commerce, by Benjamin Taylor, N A R, CLXXI. 

Oct, 577 (XXII. Nov, 465) 
The Struggle for Industrial Supremacy, by Benjamin Taylor, F R, 

LXVIII. Oct, 639 (XXII. Oct, 380) 
Our Cooimercial Rivals, by Urquhart A. Forbes, L Q, IV. Oct, aSa 
Trade within the Empire, Eng T, III. Mar, 56, Apr, X19 
Imperial and Colonial Preferential Trade, &y John Charlton, F, XXX. 

Uct, 180 (XXII. Nov, 481) 
Canadian Trade with Great Britain, by Richard Jebb, C R, LXXVIL 

Jan, 82 (XXI. Tan, 59) 
England and the United State t ; a Question of Industrial Supremacy, by 

J. Btu-dley, C J, III. Nov, 759 
America's Position in the Industrial World, by Walter M. McFarland, 

Cas M, XVIIL Mav, 10 
Th? United States and the Trade of the World, by George B. Waldron 

(«//.), Chaut, XXXI. Aug, 49) 
America's European Trade, by Robert P. Porter, N A R, CLXX. Apr, 5*8 
Tne United States' Relations with G^many, by Williams C. Fox, F, 

XXIX. Inly, 513 (XXII. Aug, 180) 
American interests in Africa, by Day A. Willey, A, XXIV. Sept, 993 
Chinese Trade, Competition in China, etc., see under China 
The International Commercial Congress at PUUdelphia, by W. H. SchofT, 

A A P 8, XV. Jan, 8x 
Miscellaneous : 
The Consular Service, by a Consul, Nat R, XXXV. May, 4^5 
Soms Recent Criticisms on the New Trades Combination Movement, by 

E. T. Smith, Econ R, X. Apr, 145 
The Inveuor's Opportunity, by W. R. Lawson, Nat R, XXXVL Oct, 

a6i (XXII. Oct, 381) 
Why Not a Premium-Tax? by J. D. Holms. W R, CLIII. June, 654 

(XXI. June, 579) 
Ptof. Ashley on the Commercial Legislation of England, by A. H. 

Johnson, Econ J, X. M.ir, 96 
The Output of Red Tape, by J . S. Rubinstein, Land M, IV. June, 453 
Contracts in Restraint of J'rade, by J. Roberton Christie, Jur R, All. 

Dec, 283 
The Prevention of Corruption Bill and InstvatKe through Solicitors, by 

P. M orison, Jur R, XII. Dec, 25a 
Patent Law, see under Patents and Trade Marks 
"Coin, Cmrency hnd Commerce" by 'Philip A. Robinson, Livingston 

Vann on. Cons R, IV. Sept, 184 
The Meaning of Commercial Organisation, Eng M, XX. Dec, 391 
The Small Industries of Britain, by Prince kropotkin, N C, XLVIII; 

Aujf, 256 (XXII. Aug, 159) 
Credit and Trade in 1899, Bank, LXIX. Feb, 199 
The Romance of Commerce, Y M, XIV. Jan, 17, Mar, 84, May, 159, 

July, 230, Nov, 38a 
How We became a Nation of Shopkeepers, by Miss Alice Law, Econ R, 

X. Oct. ^98 
Early Retuement from Bjsiness, by Townssnd Cushman, A, XXIV. 

Aug. 145 
The Commercial Trax-eller's Work of Civilization, by J. H. WUby, A, 

XXIII. Mar, 308 
Ordinary Business Principles; Sy.nposium, N C. XLVIII. Aug, 184 
Business Principles in the Public Servic:, by Edmund Rob»tson, N C. 

XLVIII. Sept, 345 (XXIL Sept, 278) 
Is Commercial Integrity increasing ? by I. W. Morton, I J E, XL Oct, 47 
Commercial Morality m 1898, Bank, LXIX. Jan, 12 
Ruskin and Modern Business, 8t Q, III. Apr, pa 
The Ethics of the Competitive Process, by W. W. Willoughby, A J Soc, 

VI. Scpi, 145 
The Moralisation of Money- Lending, by H. C. Devine, 8t Q, III. Oct, aox 
Capitalist P<«tri(}iism and Its Effects in South Africa, by John E. Ellam, 

NewC R, VIII. Sept, a8i 
The Evil of Secret Commissions, by Sir Edward Fry ; Interview. H, 

XVI. Jan, 1 
Speculation and Gambling, by Archdeacon Diggle, H, XVI. Jan, x8 
Alillionaries, sec umJer Wealth ((jo>pcl of) 

A Century's Hard Cash, by J. Holt Schooling (*//.), W M, XII. June, 99 
A Mint of Money, by J. Horner (///.), Harms, III. Jan, 589 
Are We rich ? by A. S. Quick [diagrams]. Pur, III. June, 473 
Europe sold to pay the Christian War Bill, by W. Greenwood (///.)» 8un 

Str, L May, 558 
The United Kingdom in p»wn to pay the Victiriin Drink Bill, by W. 

Greenwood {diagra.m*)j Sun Str, II. July, 105 (XXIL July, So] 



^ 



tNDEX to tHE 



Finance. — Continued. 



FiTCHBTT, Dr. W. H, 



Finance, Trade — continued. 
Miscellaneous— continued. 
How Religions affect Commerce, by Cyrus C. Adams, AInsiee, V. July, 

509 
The Contributions of Missions to Science, Commerce, and Philanthropy, 

by Rev. Edward C. Ewinc, B 8, LVII. Apr, 193 
Philanthropy by Circular, Bank, LXX. Dec, 725 
"The Baltic" (Corn Exchange), London; Its History and Work, by 

W. C. Mackenzie (xV/.), W M, XII. Oct, 559 
The Royal Exchange; Henrietta Rae's New Panels {i//.). Art J, XVI. 

Dec, 378 
Commercial Museums and Exhibitions, see Exhibitions 
Commercial Education, see under Education 
Pitnum's Metropolitan School, see under Technical Education 
Municipal Finance, see under Municipal Government 
The Price of Coal, see under Coal 

Bank Restriction Note by Cruikshank, t8i8 : a Bank Note That helped 
a Reformation, by Rev. J. A. Dron (^/.), Q W, XLI. Oct. 689 (XXII. 
Oct, 387) 
Foreign and Colonial Finance, see Articles under 
Australasia, France, Japan, 

Belgium, Germany, Russia, 

Canada, Holland, United States, etc., 

China, India, etc. 

Finck, Henry T., 
On Popular Songs. Lipp, LXV. Feb. 298 
On the Opera in America and Europe, Inter M, I. Feb, x88 
FIndlater, Mist Jane H., 
On the Art of Narration, Nat R, XXXIV. Jan, 708 
On the Slum Movement in Fiction, Nat R, XXXV. May, 4,47 
Findlav. Ellen Boyd, Poem by,--" The Day of the Child," A M, 

LXXXVI. Dec, 835 
Fine Arts, see Art, etc. 

Finsalian Legends, by W. C. Mackenzie, Q M, CCLXXXIX. Aug, 168 
Finland : 
Finland and Russia, by Augustine Birrell, C R, LXX VII I. July, x6 

(XXII. July, 77} 
The Case of Finland, by Prof. J. Westlake, Nat R, XXXV. Mar. zii 
The Russian Press, by Scythicus, Nat R, XXXV. Apr, 300 (XXI. Apr, 371) 
Russian Officialism and the Finnish Press ; Letter, by Finnicus, Nat R, 

XXXV. May, sax 
A Plea for Finland, by D. F. Hannigan, W R, CLIII. Jan. 7 
Finland and Its People, by Dr. Hugh R. Mill, Q J, XV. Feb, 145 
The Music of Finland, by A. £. Keeton (i^/.), L H, XLVIII. Oct, X079 
(XXII. Oct, 376) 
Finn, Herbert, Artist, F. Wedmore on (i//.) Art J, XVI. Feb, 33 
Finney, Charles Q., (1793— 1875), and Oberlin Theology, by Prof. A. T. 

Swing, B 8. LVII. July, 465 
Finsen, Dr., and the FInsen Institute in Copenhagen, by Miss Edith 

Sellers, C J., III. Aug, 5x7 
Fire and Fire-Customs : 

. An Unscientific Enquiry into Fireproof Building, by Russell Sturgis {ill.). 
Arch Rec, IX. Jan, 339 
How Fires are extioguuthed {ill.), E I, XXII. Feb, 434 
The Kansas City Fire Brigade, fay Austin Fryers {ill.), Lud, XI. Nov, 7X 
Girls' Fire Brigades, by Kathleen Waldron {HI.), Q R. II. Jan. 386 
Fire at Westminster in 1834 ; a Prorogation under Difficulties, by Mary £. 

Palgrave {ill.), L H, XLVIII. Feb, 336 (XXL Feb, 165) 
The Hoboken Catastrophe, by Mrs. Alex. Sullivan {HI.), C W, LXXI. 

Aug, 664 
The Tragedy of the Comstock Lode, Virginia City, Nevada, by S. P. 

Davis {ill. ), W W, V. July, 568 
How a Forest Fire was extinguished with Wine in California, by Prof. 

C. F. Holder {ill.), W W, V. July, 339 
The Hull-Oiiawa Fire, Apr., 1900, by Franklin Gadsby {ill.), Can M, XV. 



July, 195 
ne Lc 



The Lone Cruise of the Nomet Men, by L. H. Irvine {ill.), W W, V. 

Sept, 571 
Fire Insurance, see under Insurance 
The Fire Walk, by Andrew Lang, Psy R, XV. Feb, a 
The Fire-Dance of the Navajoes, by G. W. James {HI.), W W, V. 
Aug, 516 
Firearms : 
Ilie Story of the Pbtols, by John Panl Bocock (///.}, Munsey, XXIV. 

Nov, 309 
Army Guns and Ordnance, see under Armies 
Fireworks : 
Concerning Fireworks, by J. A. Kay {ill.), Capt, IV. Nov, xxa 
The Fireworks of Messrs. Brock; Pictures in Fire, by F. A. Talbot {Hi.), 
W M, XII. Sept, 459 
First Royal Dragoons, sceunder Army (Regiments} 
Firth, Charles H.. 
" Cromwell and the Rule of the Puritans in England " by Charles H. 

Firth, see under Cromwell 
On Cromwell's Place in History, Critic, XXXVI. Apr, 309 
Fish, Arthur, 
On Famous Pictures of the Ascension {HI.), Q, June, 673 
On Some Pictures of Home Life by English Artists {til.), Q, Dec, 120 
On the Harvest in Art : Nature's Golden Treasury (///.), Q, Oct, 2057 
On Michael Munkacsy (ill.), M. Art. XXIV. July, 4x4 
On Triumphal Arches (HI.], M Art, XXIV. Aug, 445 
Fisher, Rev. Osmond, Geologist : 
Biographical, etc., by Charles Davison (1?/.), Qeol M, VII. Feb, 49 
On Prof. Joly's Book "The Ge0lojjic.1l Age of the Earth," Qeol M, VII. 
Mar, 134 ; and Reply to, by Proif. Joly, Qeol M, VII. May, 330 



Fisheries, Fishing, and Fish Supply (see also Articles under Shells and 

Shellfish ; Marine Life under Natural History ; and Fossil Fishes nodcr 

Geology) : 
Fishes and Their Meals, by F. G. Aflalo, C, IX. Sept, 397 (XXII. S^^ 

283) 
Tlie Solway Fishery; Modem Pisciculture, by T. A. Gerald Striddaad 

(t//.). K, XXIIl. June. X23 
Fish-Culmre in Trains, by R. Bache {HI.), P M. IX. June, 640 (XXL 

June, 585) 
Trawlers and Undersized Fish, by G. Shaw Lefevre, F R, LXVII. June, 

1004 (XXI. June, 577) 
The Food-Killers, by Arthur Henry («//.), Fr L. LL Dec, 1x7 
Fighting Fish, by LouU Wain {HI.), E I, XXII. Feb, 448 
Sociable Fish, by F. T. BuUen [ill'.), 8tr, XX. Inly, as 
Fish out of Water, by W. M. Webb {HI.), E I, XXIV. Oct. 59 
Dr. R. W. Shufeldt and His Under-Water .Experiments in Photography, by 

H. J. Shepstone {Hl.\ P M, X. Nov, 473 
Fishing with a Camera, by Dr. R. W. Shufeldt {HI.), Cos, XXX. Nov. 43 
Sea-Fishing Memories, by F. G. Aflalo, C, IX. Nov. 634 (XXIL Nov, 47SJ 
Big Catches of Fish, by R. B. Marstoii {HI.), Harms, V. Sept, 165 
Steam-Fishing in Scotland, by K.E.G., Naut M, LXIX. June. 357 
Practical Fly-Casting, by J. H. Keene, O, XXXVI, July, 367 
Tarpon-Fishing at Aransas Pass, Texas, by Nellie D. S. Graham. O, 

XXXV. Feb, 473 
Salmon-Fishing : 

The Decrease of the Salmon, by Horace Hutchinson, F R, LXVIIL 
Aug, 385 

Salmon, by W. J. Gordon (HI.), L H, XLVIII. July, 777 (XXII. July, 69! 

Salmon-Angling by Dexn Sage {ill.), O, XXXVI. July, 38'i 

Loch Tay: a Fifty-Pound Shimon, by W. A. Sommerviile, C J, IIL 

July. 444 
A Harvest of Salmon in BritUh Cohimbia {HI.), E I, XXII. Feb, 5x3 
Trout- Fishing : 
New Trout Fisheries, by John Bi^kerdyks, Black, CLXVII. Feb. 236 
How to catch Trout, by G. A. B. Dewar {HI.), Capt, III. May, 176 
Evolution of the Trout and Artificial Fly, by H. Gove (///.), O, XXXVL 

June, 342 
Trouting from a Coracle, by A. G. Bradley {ill.). Bad M, XI. July. 61 
The Kennet and the Lambourne; Two Famous Trout Streamy by 

D. Suflford {HI.), Bad M, XL Oct, 410 
TheCharr Trouis of American Waters, by W. C. Harris, O, XXXVL 

May, 157 
Trout-Culture in Mendocino, California, by E. D. Ward {H/.\ O M, 
XXXV. June, 545 
Pike, Perch, Roach, and Rudd ; the Bank Angler's Game, by Johxi Waisoa 

{HI.), Bad M, X. Mar, 339 
A Bit about Bass, by £. W. Sandys {HI.), O, XXXVL June, a68 
Pilchard- Fishing at St. Ives, ComwaU, by C. Davis {ill.), W W, V. May, 

177 
Rod-Fwhine for the Leaping Tuna, by S. J. Mathes, O, XXXV. Mar. 556 
The Fate of the Sand-Eel. by F. G. Aflalo {HI.), Q W, XLI. Nor, 763 
The Palu or Escolar of tne Equatorial Pacific, by Louis Becke, C J, IIL 

Sharks : 
Sharks, by Matthias Dunn, C R, LXXVIII. Aug, 913 
Sharks and Shark Stories, by WiUiam Ailingham, Naut M, LXIX. Abc 

Big Sharks as Game, by C. F. Holder {HI.), O, XXXVII. Oct, 50 

Seal- Hunting, see Seal-Huntine 

Whale- Fishing, see Whale-Fishing 

Chioffgia Fishermen and Their Heraldry, by Miss Helen Zimraem 'Hi.]^ 

L H, XLVIII. Apr, 533 
The Folk-Lore of Icelandic Fishes, by Olaf Davidsson, Scot R, XXX\X 

Oct, 313 
A Month in Norway, by Hon. W. A. Orde-Powlett {HI.), Bad M, XL 

Aug, 196 
Canada, not referred to above : 

Canadian Fisheries, by W. S. Harwood {HI.), P M M, XXI. June, 176 
(XXL June, 563, 573) 

The Newfoundland B^isheries Question, see under Newfoundland 
United States, not referred to above : 

llie Conservation of the Fresh-Water Fisheries of America, bv C M. 
Blackford, Jr., O, XXXVII. Nov. 313 

FLsh and Fishing in Florida Waters, by W. C. Harris, O, XXXV. Jaa, 

391 
Salmon Trouts and Charrs, by W. C Harris, O, XXXVL Apr, 76 
Trailing the Sea-Bat, by C. F. Holder {HI.), O, XXXVL Apr, »« 
Evolution of the "Kentucky Reel," by Dr. J. A. Henshall /*r/.l. O 
X.KXVII. Dec, 368 • 

The Lady Anglers of Santa Catalina, California, by Prof. C F. Holder 
(*//.), WW, VI. Nov, J31 
Fishley, Mr., and Fremington Pottery, by Francesca M. Steele IHJ ) 
Art J, XVI. Jan, 38 ' ^' 

Fishwick's (Lieut.-Col.) " History of Preston," Unsigned Article 00. 
{HI.), Ant, XXXVL Nov, 338 ^ 

Fiske, Prof. John, 
" Through Nature to God " by John Fiske, B. Haddon on, P M Q, XXIL 

Jan, 43 
On Middleton, Conn. ; the St:)ry of a New EngbndTown, A M, LXXXVI. 
Dec, 723 
Fitchett, Dr. W. H., 
"How England saved Europe " by Dr. Fitchett: A Book of the Mootk. 

R R Aus, XVI. Jan, 78 
On the Great War with France, 1793—18x5, R R Aus, XVL May, 630, 
June, 743 ; XVII. July, 69, Aug, 303, Nov, 63a 



Pitch itTT, DiL W. H.-— Cootinued. 



PERIODICALS OF 1900. 



FoLK-LOKB« 



9S 



Fitchett, Dr. W. H.,— continued. 
On the Nineteenth Century ; a Century of Empire [diagrams), R R Aut, 

XVII. Dec, 7or» 
On England and the English People, R R Aus, XVI. Jan, S'* Feb, 172 
(XXI. Apr, 373\ Mar, 353, Aor, 479, June, 720; XVII. Au^, 149 
(XXII. Oct, 379}. Sept, 296 (XXII. Nov, 457, 45**, 479) 
On Lord Roberts and Lord Kitchener [til.), R R Aus, XVI. Feb, 177 
Fithian. Philip Viclcers, bom 1747: Journal of Philip Fiihian, kept at 

Nomini Hall, Virgiiiia, 1773-41 A H, V. Jan, 290 
Fitzcerald, Lord Edward, 1763— 1798 : The Love Letters of "Lord 

Edw-ard," by Johi) O'Mahony, N i R, XIII. July. 270 
FitzQeraid, Edward, 1809— 1883 : 

'* Edward FitzGerald " by John Clyde, Brampton Gurdon on (&^/.), 

Bkman, XVIII. May, 47 
Edward Fitzserald, by Bradford Torrey, A M, LXXXVI. Nov, 6x7 
ITie Suffolk Homes of EdwarJ FitzGerald [ill.). I, XVII. July, 461 
Fitzgerald, E. A., and Hit First Ascent of Aconcagua, by Edward 

Whymper [ill.), L H, XLVIII. May. 607 
Fitzgerald (E. A.) and Stuart Vlnes's Book *'The Highest Andes," 

RoK}crt McLeo 1 on, L Q, III. Jan, 66 
Fitzgerald. Percy, 
On John Forster ; a Man of I.etters of the Old School, M, XCVI. Oct, 361 
On the Garrick Club. New C R, VII. Jan, 33. Feb, xoo, Apr, 294, May, 

361, June, 449; VIII. Oct, :»t6, Nov, 384 
On the Play-Bill, Q M, CCLXXXVIII. June. 529 
On Robert Adam and His Work [ill.]. Arch Rev, VII. Apr, 147, June, 

373; VIII. Sept, lao 
On Two Days in the Walcheren Island, HoUand, Q M, CCLXXXVIII. 

Jan, 6a 
Poem by Percy Fitzgerald :— "The Cuckoo Clock," Q M, CCLXXXVIII. 
Feb, 204 
Fitzpatrick, Rev. John, Poem by,— "Mater Dolorosa," Ir M, XXVIII. 
. Mar, 128 

Fitzwilliam Virginal Book, Mus T, XLL Feb, 90 
Flags: 
. The Union Jack, by Mrs. Isa Forsyth, Scots, XXV. Jan, 130 

The FlagH of Our Forces at the Front, by Christabel Osborn [ill.), 8tr, 

XIX. Mar, 252 
An Imperial Flag, by W. Laird Clowes, M R, I. Dec, 106 {XXII. Dec, 574) 
An Australasian Federal Flag Competition [ill.], R R Aus, XVII. Nov, 

569 
The Yankee Flag and Coat of .\rms, by U.V.W., Qeneal M, IV. June, 59 
33Q, Arch Street, Philadelphia; the Birthplace of the Ameiicau Flag, by 

John Q. Adams [Ul.]. Fr L, L. July, 295 
llie American Civil War Souvenir Factory at Chattanooga ; When Cotton 

was King, by Eva V. Carlin [ill.), O M, XXXVI. July, 13 
Poems on the American Flae : 

" Flag Song," by Hezekiah Butterworth, Fr L, L. July, 208 
*• A Dream of the Flag," by Theodora Peck, Fr L, L. July, 309 
■ Flamborough, Yorkshire : CUff-Climming at Flamborough, by Cyril Yorke 

(««.), Royal, IV. May, 91 
Flammarion, Camille, 
*' The Unknown " by Camille Flammarion, Frank Podmore on, Psy R, 

XV. Oct, 42* 
On the Science of Astronomy in the Year 1900 [HI.), Cos, XXIX June, 
165 (XXIL July, 8a) 
Flax, see under Agriculture 
Fleet Street, see under London 
. Fleets, see under Navies 
Fleming, D. Hay, 
On Two Unpublishel Documents of Mary Queen of Scots,' Bkman, XVIII. 

On Andrew Lnne's " History of Scotland ** (i//.), Bkman, XVIIL May, 53 

Flemish and Belgian Art, see under Art 

Flesh Diet, see under Food 

Fletcher, A. E., 
On Problems for Young Politicians, Pur. III. May, 348 
On the Unmaking of Empire, Y W, XIV. Mar, 87 
On an Ideal Newspaper, Y M. XIV. Apr, 122 (XXII. Apr, i»68) 
On the Needs of the New Century in the Public Pres.s, Q T, VII. Nov, 99 
On Skagen: a Danish Newlyn (///.), W M, XIL July, H3(XXII. July, 49) 
Poem by A. E. Fletcher :— " John Ruskin," 8t G, HI. Apr, 57 

Fletcher, B. Morley, and the Use of Sea-Power as a Source of Light 
and Sound, by H. Hamilton [ill.), P M, IX. May, 560 (XXI. Mav, 456) 

Fletcher's (J. S.) " Picturesque History of Yorkshire," Join Telford 
on, L Q, IV. Oct, 228 

Fletcher, W. Y., on English Royal Book-Collectors, Libr, I. June, 305 

Flies : 
The Phgue of Flies, by Harvey Sutherland, Ainslee, VI. Aug, 41 
The Syritta Pipiens, by Walter Wesche (///.), K, XXIII. Feb, 33 
The Ptilinum of Diptera, by W. Wesch6 [ill.), Sc Q, VI. Mar, 294 
The Ichneumon Fly ; a Fly That lives on Caterpillars, by James Scott 
(HI.), Y W. XIV. June, 206 

Floods, see under Weather 

Florence : 
The Constitutional Position of Cosimo de' Medici (1389—1464), by Mrs. H. 

M. Vernon, E H, XV. Apr, 319 
•• Era Girolamo Savonarola " by Herbert Lucas, R.W. on, Ir E R, VII. 

May, 467; and Reply to, by H. Lucas, Ir E R, VII. June, 551 
Savonarola; the Martyr-Monk of Florence, by H. C. Wallace (ill.), Q T, 

VII. Dec, 137 
Savonarola and Jesus, by Rev. J. W. Buckham, B S. LVII. Oct, 74Q 
ihe New Bronre Doors of Florence Cathedral : 
Evans, .K. R., on [ill.], Art J, XVI. May, 150 
Scott, Leader, on (///.], M Art, XXIV. Aug, 472 



Florence — continued. 
Two Windows in the Cathedral of Florence, by Allan Marquand (Ul.), 

A J Archaeol, IV. June, 192 
The '* New" Botticelli discovered in the Pitti Palace, Louise Lander on 

[ill.). Art J, XVI. Feb. 58 
The Museum of Tapestries at Florence, by Prof. A. Melani (///.), Art J, 

XVT. Oct, 305 
The Architecture of the Laure&tian Library, by Beresford Pite [HI.), Libr, 

I. June, 326 
The Iribuoa di Galileo; a Temple of Science, by W. Alfred Parr [ill.), K, 

XXIII. May, 103 
Old Florence ; Its Art, Poetry, and Politics, by H. M. Bently, N I R, XIV. 

Dec, 193 
The Florentine Calcio or Football Game : 

Anderton, Isabella M., on [ill.), Q W, XLT. June, 408 

Zimmern, Miss Helen, on (///.), L H, XLVIII. Mar, 439 (XXI. Mar, 259) 
Florida (see also St. Augustine) : 
Alligator-Hunting in l<lorida, by Athol Maude [ill.), W W, VI. Nov, 

122 
Fish and Ftsbing in Florida Waters, by W. C. Harris. O, XXXV. Jan. 301 
Trailing the Sea Bat. by C. F. Holder (*Y.), O, XXXVI. Apr, 22 
Florodora by " Leslie Stuart," see under *' Stuart (Leslie) " 
Fiournoy's (Prof. Th.) *' From India to the Planet Mars," Prof. 

J. H. Hyslop on, N A R, CLXXI. Nov, 734 (XXIL Dec, 577) 
Flower. B. C, 
Interview by B. O. Flower : — Mrs. Herbert on the Genesis, Aim, and Scope 

of the World's Unity League, A, XXIV. Nov, 529 
On the Passing of the South African Renublics, A, XXIV. Dec, 649 
On Crime and the Treatment of Criminals, A, XXIV. Dec, 653 
On " A Short Hi^itory of Monks and Monasteries" by Alfred W. Wishart. 

A, XXIV. Dec, 66 1 
On the Repeal of the Com Laws, 1846 ; How England averted a Revolu- 
tion of Force, A, XXIV. Oct, 358 
On C. P. Huntington, Lord Charles Russell, and Wilhelm Liebknecht; 

ITiree Men, and What ITiey represented. A, XXIV. Nov, 541 
On *' Prophets of the Nineteenth Century : Carlyle, Ruskin, and Tolstoy " 

by May A. Ward, A, XXIV. Nov, 55a 
On Toussaint L'Ouverture. Liberator of Hayti ; the Greatest Black Man 

known to History, A, XXIV. Dec, 573 
Flower, Sir William Henry, 1831—1899, Prof. W. C. M'Intosh on, 

Scot R. XXXV. Apr, 270 
Flower-Qirls : Mission Work amongst London Flower Girls, by John 

Alexander, Pur, III. Aug. 617 
Flowers (see also Horticulture; and Crane's Bill, DaiTodik, Orchids, 

Pansies, Roses. Violas. Violets) : 
Eccentric Flowers, by Eliza Brightwen [ill.), OOP, XXIL Oct, la, 

Nov, 108 
Some Curious F«n Flowers, by W. A. Dutt (///.), Q W, XLI. Sept, 63 x 
The Flowers of Fall, by Eoen E. Rexford. Lipp. LXVI. Oct, 547 
A Girl's Flower Garden, and What She can do with It, by Fred Miller [ill.), 

OOP, XXII. Dec, I40 
The Flower Carnival of Santa Babara, California, by H. J. Shepstone 

[ill.), W W, IV. Feb, <54 
Some Gems and Garlands of the Year, by E. M. Tait [ill.), Q R, II. Feb, 

43a 
Flower Lore, see Roses 

Painting Wild Flowers in the FieUs, by Fred Miller [ill.), GOP, XXL 

.\ug, 71a 
Flower-Painting from Nature; Interview with Mrs. Sophia Miller [ill.), 

OOP, XXII. Dec, 185 
Marquif Paul Mancherat de Loneprd ; a Painter of Flowers, by Pierre N. 

Berioger [ill.), O M, XXXV. Mar, 234 
Fly- Wheels : 
The Development of Fly-Wheels, by Charles H. Benjamin [ill.), Cas M, 

XVIII. July. 248 
The Fly- Wheel, by W. D. Wansbrough [diagrams) Cas M, XVIII. Aug. 

347 
Flycatchers : The Pied Flycatcher ; a Bird of Lakeland, by Miss Mary L. 

Armitt, P R, XL Apr, 252 
Flynt, Tutor Henry, 1675—1760: New England's Earliest Humourist, by 

Daniel M. Wilson (»^/ ), N E M. XXIII. Nov, 284 
Flynt, Josiah, on the Reading of Tramps, Critic, XXXVI. June, 564 
Fon : 

Fogs and Their Teaching, by Rev. J. M. Bacon, C R, LXXVII. Apr, 533 
(XXI. Apr, 371) 

Some Fog-bignalling Apparatus, by Victor L. Whitechurch [ill.). Rail M, 
VL Jan, 61 

How Fog-Signals are made, by Gilbert Stoker [ill.). Rail M, VII. Nov, 
458 
Folk-Lore. Superstitions, Legendary Lore, etc. (see also Articles 
under Churches, Catholic Church, Death and Burial Customs, Marriage 
Customs, Christmas, New Year, Lent, Easter, May Day, Harvest 
Customs : Flower-Lore, Roses, Elder - Tree ; Aniniial Lore (under 
Natural History) ; Medicine Lore : Witchcraft ; Amulets, Charms, 
Talismans (under Talismans) ; Arthurian Legend, Wayland the Smith 
Legend, and Robert of Sicily Legend; Scotland, Ireland, Celtic 
Language and Literature, Scandinavia, Iceland, <^reece (Ancient). 
Greece (Modern), Egypt, India. Korea, Malay Peninsula, Central 
America, etc., etc.) : 

The International Folklore Congress in Paris, 1900, F U XI. Dec, 427 

Presidential Address to the Folk-Lore Society, by E. S. Hartland, F L, 
XI. Mar. J 2 

The Tenacity of Superstiticn, by D. F. Hannigan, W R, CLIV. July, 6g 

Curious Customs still in vogue, by A. Bimage [HI.), Harms, IV. May, 
345 (XXI. May, 550) 



96 



INDEX TO THE 



FoLK-LoKs. — Continued. 



Foreign and Intbknational Polict. 



Folk-Lore, etc.— condnned. 
Quaint Old English Customs of Today, by R. H. Cocks (t//.), Lud, IX. 

Mar, 478 
Dorset Folklore, by H. Collcy March, F L, XI. Mar, T07 
Devonshire Folklore, by Lady Rostlind Northcote, F L. XI. June, aia 
Folk-Rhymes of Places, by A. L. Salmon, Q M, CCI.XXXIX. July, 67 
Stocking Lore, C J, III. Jan, 31 

A Wcrd for the Waits, by T. Newbigging, Man Q, XIX. Jan, 57 
Amthal-UI-Arab ; Arab Proverbs, Cal R, CXI. July, 161 
Folk-8ongt, Music of, see under Music 
Folkestone : Mesodromilites Birleyi ; a New Crustacean from the Gault of 

Folkestone, by Dr. Henry Woodward [ill.], Qeol M, VII. Feb, 61 
Font of Lenton Priory, Notts., by George BaUey [til.). Ant, XXXVI. 

May, 147 
Fontainebleau, France : 
The Palace of Fontainebleau, by Russell Sturgis [UL), Arch Rec, X. Oct, 

129 
A Tramp through the Forest of Fontainebleau, by Miss Hannah Lynch 

[til.), Q W, XLI.July, 464 
Food and Food Supply (see also Articles under Agriculture, Dairy- 
Fanning, etc.) : 
Transportation of the World's Wheat Crop, by George E. Wa!sh, A, XXIV. 

Nov, 493 
The Food Supply of the United Kingdom, by R. F. Crawford. J R A 8, 

XI. Mar, ZQ 
ITie Food of London, Q R, CXCL Jan, ir? (XXL Feb, 155) 
Food in Excelsis, by F. M. Holmes {iii.), C F M, XXX. May, 634 

Food is made of What? by Philip Astor {iil.\ Harms. V. Dec, 501 

The Use of Bacteria in Our Food Products, by H. W. Conn, Inter M, 11. 

Sept, 979 
The Romance of the Breakfast Table, Y M, XIV. July, 930 
John RuU's Christmas Dinner, by S. P. Bunn (///.), Royal, V. Dec, za6 
The £ s. d. of Christmas, by H. Macfarlane [diagrams), Lud, XI. Dec, 163 
Agricultural Legislation in 1899, by A. B. Souiby, Land M, IV. Jpu, 68 
llie Vital Question of Pure Food, by H. B. Mason, R R A, XXI. Jan, 67 
The Adulteration of Food in i8co, J B A, VII. Dec, 358 
The New Dutch Law for the Prevention of Fraud in the Butter Trade, 

J BA, VIL Sept, 937 
Preventing Food Adulteration by Federal Law in America, by W. £. 

Ma>on, N A R, CLXX. Apr. 548 
Cotton-Seed Oil as used and abused, C J, III. Jan, zo 
Cold Storage Depots ; London's Polar Regions, by H. Paget [iU.\ Harms, 

V. Nov, 371 
Animal Flesh, by A. H. Dellschaft, Land M, IV. Apr, 943 
llie Importation of Meat into Germany, J B A, VII. Sept, 940 
Fish, see Fish 
Poultrv, see Poultry 

The Edible Frog in' England, C J, III. Sept, fo^ 
The Ortolan; the Costliest Table Delicacy, by G. Day {iil.\ P M, IX. 

May, 551 
Why not eat Insects? by Pev. T. Wood (///.). Harms, IV. June, 387 
The Advent of Shredced Wheat BLscuit, by S. Vyle, C J. III. Feb, 199 
On Rice-Meal ; a Suggestion for Iitdian )t amine Relief, by Dr. George S. 

Keith, C J, III. Aiay, 337 
Maize as Food, see Maize 
The Conflict between Science and Common Sense, by G. Bernard Shaw, 

Humane R, I. Apr, 3 
Some Results of Vegetarian Athleticism, by H. light. Humane R, I. 

Apr, 83 
Vegetarianism as a Cure for Intemperance, by Dr. Alfred J. H. Crcspi. 

New C R, VII. Jan, 97 
Alcohol Physiology and Temperance Beform, by Prof. W. O. Atwater, 

Harp, XL Nov, 850 {XXI I. Nov, 4^) 
The Food Value of Alcohol, by Prof. John Madden, H, XVII. July, ag 
The Nutritive Value of Alcohol, by W'. O. Atwater, Harp. XL. Oct, 675 
Alcohol Physiology and School Superintendence, by W. O. Atwater, 

Ed R A, XX. June, i 
Bread and Bread-Making at the Paris Exposition, by H. W. Wiley, F, 

XXX. Nov, 303 fXXII. Dec, 578) 
Fruit and Vegetables, see Fruit, Vcgetabl-s 

Messrs. Lvons, Ltd., Caterers : How Crowds are fed at the Crystal Palace, 
^ by Austin Fryers (Hi.), Lud, X. Oct. 575 
Co-operaiive Kitchens, by I.. Austin, H, XVII. Oct, 966 
How the London Poor feerl, by E. J. Darlington (///.). T M, IV. Aug, C95 
Liverpool's Hot Pots; a Remarkable Christmas Charity, by A. Biinage 

[Si.). Harms, V. Nov, 959 
Extraordinary Penny Meals, by B. Owen [ill.). Harms, III. Jan, s8o 
Ideal and Other Dinners, by J. Hennikcr Heaton [///.), L R, VIII. July, 

405 
Banquets, Ancient and Modem, by Duchess of Somerset [HI.), L R, VIH. 

Oct, 7 9 
Ceremonial Cakes, by Francis J. Zicgler (///.), Cos, XXIX. May, ar 
The Bidrenden Maids and the Biddciiden Cakes, by Cieurge Clinch [til.], 

Rel, VI. Jan, 4a 
Curiosities of Cookery. C J. III. May, -^27 

A Mcdiasval Bill of Fare by Mr<. Alfred Baldwin, Arg, LXX. Feb, 231 
A Leisure Hour with My Great-Great Grandmother's Lookcry Bock (174Z), 

by Aenef C. Maitland, L H, XLVIII. J.in, 261 
•* He.^lth'R Imorovement" bv Dr. Thomas Muflctt, Unsigned Article on, 

W R, CLIII. Feb, 209 'XXL Feb, 16O 
The Bible os a Guide to Health, by W. N. Edwards (///.), Q, Feb, 303 
The Cornish Cook, by H. D. I owry, C J, III. Apr, 347 
Modern Confectionery, CJ. III. Mar, Z48 
Of Tuck- Shops, by R. F. Cholmeley, J Ed, XXII. Apr, 940 
Food for the Army and Navy, see tmder Armies, Navies 



Food and Food Supply— continued. 

Food SlufFs as Contraband o f War, see under Foreign Policy 

Feasts in Fiction, by W. E. Garrett Fisher, C, IX. Se?t, 377 (XXIL Sept, 

983) 
Practical Hints in Household Management, by the Author of " Blsnhev 

Dale, Farmer," C J, III. Mar, 188 
The Teaching of Cookery to Children, by Miss Firth, P R, XL July, 179 
Cookery as a Career fur Girls, by Maude Earle [ill.\ Q R, 11. Jime, 800 
Lady Cooks and Their Training, by F.S.D., OOP, XXL Apr. 443 
Chinese Cooks. C J, III. Nov, 737 
Food- Killers— Fishes, by Arthur Henry [til.), Fr L, LI. Dec, tz7 
Food for Powder— The Supply of Men for the Army, by John H. 

Burton, U S M, CXLI. Feb, 490 
Football : 
Football as a Fine Art, by H. L. Adam {iil.\ Royal, IV. July, 95T. 
Methods and Development in Tactics and Play, by Walter Camp \iU.), 0. 

XXXVII. Nov. 171 
Development of the Kicking Game, by G. H. Brooke [til.], O, XXXVIL 

Nov, Z77 
A Manual in Punting, by Percy D. Haughton {ill.), O, XXXVIL Nov, i8x 
The Football Player's Harness, by Charles Chadwick [iU,), O, XXXVIL 

Nov, z88 
The Football Coach's Relation to the Players, by W. Cameron Forbes [Si:„ 

O, XXXVII. Dec, 336 
Football Celebrities, by O. Marvin [til.). Harms, IV. Feb, 83 
College Football in the United Sutes Twenty-five Years Ago, by W. J. 

Henderson, O, XXXVIL Oct, zi; 
Football in Paris, by R. Bacchus (///.), Lud, TX. Apr, 593 
Football Dogs, by A. H. Broadwell [ill.), Str, XI3C. Mar, 3x7 
Calcio in Itiuv : 
Anderton, Isabella M., on iUl.), Q W, XT I. June, 408 
Zimmem, Miss Helen, on [til.), L H, XLVIII. Mar. 439 (XXL Mar, 159: 
For Honour 1 For Fatherland ! To the Men of England ! W R^ 

CLIII. May, 494 (XXI. May, 481) 
Foraminifera, see Fossil Shells (under Geology) 
Forbes. Archibald, i^^S — 1900, H. W. Massingham on [Hi,), L H, 

XLVIII. June, 724 (XXI. June, 565) 
Ford, Onslow, — An Im'>ginative Sculptor, by Marion Hepwocth Dixa 

[ill.). Arch Rev, VIIL Dec 957 
Ford, Paul Leicester, 
Biographical, by Arthur Bartlett Maurice [Hi.), Bkman, X. Feb, 563 
On Benedict Arnold ; Stray Leaves from a Traitor's Life, (>//.}, Cos, 
XX VIIL Apr, 693 
Ford, Worthlngton C, on the Public Library and the State, LibrJ, 

XXV. June, 975 
Foreign Competition, see under Finance (Competition) 
Foreign and International Policy, European Alliances, etc («ee 
also Articles under Armies, Navies, Peace and Disarmament aad 
International Arbitration) : 
Diplomacy as a Profession, by Diplomat, Nat R, XXXV. Mar, zoi (XXL 

Mar, 364) 
The Foreign Office, Black, CLXVIII. Dec, 940 (XXIL Dec, «t»1 
Her Majesty's Ambassadors, by R. Machr<»y [iii.), C F M, XXXI. Jsy. 

London's legations from China and Japan, by R. Machray t»tfOf Rofsli 

V. Dec, 143 
Some Diplomatic Curiosities, C J, III. Feb, 84 
llie Usages of War, by J. Roberton Christie, Jur R, XII. Mar. 79 
System and Application of International Law, by F. W. NicoUs, A, 

XXIII. Apr, 364 
Neutrals and the War in South Africa, by John Macdonell, N C, XLVIL 

Feb, 339 
Eniiland. Delagoa Ray, and Contraband, by Editor of Angic^AtmericsM, 

A A. III. Feb, 138 
Contraband of War and the Right of Search, by Dr. D. F. de rHcsie 

Ranking, New C R, VII. Mar. 169 
Contraband consigned to Neutral Ports, by R. Candlish Henderaoo, Jur R, 

XII. Jime, 131 
Food-Stufls as Contraband of War, by Thomas B.irday, C R, UOO'IL 

Feb, 243 
The Laws of Privateering, by Dr. D. F. de I'Hcste Ranking, New C R, 

VII. Feb, 85 
Shipowners' Liability for Collisions under International Law, by J. 6> 

Sutherland. Jur R, XII. June, 143 
Maritime I .aw in the Spanish Witr, by Prof. J. B. Moore, P 8c Q, XY- ; 

Sept, 399 
Prisoners of War, by T. Morton iill\ P M, IX. Feb, i?q 
The Crux of Foreign Policy. F R, LXVIIL Aug, 995 (XXII. Aug, Z77^ 
Suzerainty; Mcdiarval and Modem, by Dr. Charles Stubbs, Law M. XXV. 

Aug, 413 I 

The Interpretation of Trealien, by Herbert M. Adler, Law M, XXVI.N0T, , 

6a 
International Ethics, by L. Villori, M R, L Dec, 87 (XXIL Dec, 574) 
Nations and the Decalctgue, by H. D. Sedgwick, Jr.. A M, LXXXV. Maf, 

577 >XXI. June, 562) 
Shall Slav, Teuton, or Anglo-Saxon prevail ? by Roscoe W. Grant. A A, 

111. Ian. 75 
The Rivalry of Nntions ; W-tM Politics of Today, by Edwin A. &»t 

\maps and iU.\, Chaut. XXXII. Oct, ^3, Nov, 149. Dec, 964 
The United States c f the Worl<1, by G. L. 'Hunter, Ainslee, V. Feb. 65 
The Cankers of a Long Pcce, by Arnold White. Nat R, XXX ^ Jo, 

670 (XXI. Jan, 40) 
Internation.nl Hatred, C M, LX. Oct, 955 
The Doctrine and Practice of Intervention in Europe, by W. £. LinpeSi*^ 

A APS, XVI. July, X 



PERIODICALS OF 1900 

FoRXiGN AND Intbknational Policy. — Continued. 



FowLBR, Miss Ellbn Thornrycsoft. 



97 



Foreign and International Policy, etc. — continued. 
Europe is no more, by Marc Debrit, inter M, II. Nov, 477 
" Outlines of Military Geography " by T. Miller Maguire : 
Col. Sir T. H. Holdich on, Q J. XV. Mar, 239 
Unsigned Article on, Scot Q M, XVI. Mar, 138 
The Foreign Policy of Cngbnd under Walpole (1731-7), by Basil Williams, 

E H, XV. Apr, ast, July, 479, Oct, 665 
The Secret Articles of the Treaty of Amiens, x8o3, by J.Holland Rose, 

E H, XV. Apr, 331 
Why is Britain hated? by Dr. T. £. S. Scholes, W R, CLIII. June, 643 

(XXI. June, 579) 
The Parlous Position of England, by W. S. Lilly, N C, LXVII. Apr, 

580 :XXI. Apr, 35») 
Great Britain on the War Path, by Vladimir Holmstrem and Piince 

Ookhtcmsky, N A R, CLX X.Jan, 34 
Our National Imbroglio, by John Trist, W R, CLIII. Apr, 401 [XXI. Apr, 

345^ 
Exiles in England and the War in South Africa, by Karl Eliiid, W R, 

CLIII. Feb, 159 (XXI. Feb, 165) 
Great Britain and the European Powers, by Sir Rowland Blcnnerhassef, 

Nat R, XXXV. Mar, 28 (XXI. Mar, 936) 
OurMUitarv Prestige Abroad, by tapi. J. W. Gambier, F R, LXVIII. 

Oct. 559 (XXII. Oct, 333. 369) 
France and England : 

TTie Perilous Position of England, by W. T. Stead, R R, XXI. Jan, 3 ; 

Same Article, R R A, XXI. Feb, 19s 
The Threatened French Invasion of England ; Britain in the Valley of 

Humiliation, R R, XXI. Jan, a? (ma/], Feb, 193 
A Lance for the French, by Thomas Barclay, F R, LXVII. Feb, 173 
France and England, by F. Bruneti^re (in French), Q R, CXCI. Apr, 

579 (XXI. June, 556) 
The Possibility f(a. War between England and France, by Baron P. de 

Coubcriin, F R, LXVII. May, 719 (XXL May. 458) 
The Psychology of the French Boerophiles and Anglophobes, by Yves 

Guyoe, C R, LXXVII. Tune, 777 fXXI. June, 550) 
Yves Guyot; a Friend of Engbnd in France : Interview, H, XVII. Dec, 

389 (XXII. Pec. 5<9) 
The Newfoundland Question, see under Newfoundland 
Germany and England : 

England and tne European Powers, by Prof. Hans Delbrilck, N A R, 

CLXX. Jan, 95 
German Feeling toward Erglrnd and America, by Theodor Mommsen, 

N A R, CLXX. Feb, 940 
Germany and England, by Dr. Julius Rodenberg, Q R, CXCI. Apr, 560 

(XXL June, 556) 
England and Germany, by Dr. 1 heodor Borth, C R, LXXVII. May, 

6ao (XXI. May, 478) 
Germany, England, and Americ.i, by Poultney Bigelow, C R, LXXVII. 

Jime, 881 (XXI. June, 575) 
England and Germany. IVI R, I. Dec, 99 (XXII. Dec, 574) 
The Foreign Polkry of the German Empire, by Sir Rowland Blennerhassett, 

Nat R, XXXVI. Sept, 37 [XXIL Sept. 975) 
Anti-English Feeling amcng the Germans and Its Causes, by Prof. F. 

Max Mailer. F, XXX. Sept, i (XXII. Oct, 383) 
The Present Feeling in Germany towards England, by a German Lady, 

Nat R, XXXIV. Feb, 867 (XXL Feb. 144) 
The Anglo-German Agreement, see under China 
The Samoan Question, see under Samoa 
An Anglo- Rwsian Alliance : a Plea for Peace, by Capt. J. W. Gambier, 

F R. LXVIII. Dec. 998 (XXII. Dec. 558) 
The True Motif of Russo-American Diplomacy, by O. A. Howland, A A, 

IV. Nov, 387 
The Problem of Central Asia, see Articles under Asia, India (Frontier 

Question), Afchanistan 
The Powers and China, and in the Orient, etc., see Articles under China, 

Japan. Korea, Orient, etc. 
The Powers and Persia, see / rticles under Persia 
Railways across Asia Minor, see under Turkey in Asia" 
Russia and Morocco, by C^lpe. F R, LXVII. Feb, 258 (XXI. Feb, 153) 
Knglandand Beljjium, by Y., F R, LXVIII. Nov, 753 (XXII. Nov, 474) 
Great Britain and the Dual Monarchy, by Sir Rowland Blennerhassett, 

Nat R, XXXV. June. 550 (XXL June. 576) 
Anelophobia at the Vatican, by Richard Bagot, Nat R, XXXV. May, 400 

(XXL May, 477) 
European Opinion on the Transvaal Question, see under Africa 
The Relations of England and the United States, see under United States 
'I'he Clayton-Bulvver Treaty and the Nicar.'tgua Canal, see imder Nicar.-gua 
Foreign Languages, Study of, see Languages (Foreign) 
Foreman, John, on the United States and the Philippines, Nat R, XXXVI. 

Sept, 59 (XXII. Sept, 275) 
Forests and Forestry ^ee also Trees) : 

Practical Forestry, by W. B. Leys. Land M, IV. Sept, 597 

Forestry for Beauty and Use, C J, III. Oct, 677 

The Future of Forestry, by A. Murray, Land M. IV, Feb, xeo 

Pure Forests and Mixed Forests, by Sir Dietrich Brandis, Land IM, IV. 

May, 340 
Some Local Conditions of Forestry in England, J B A, VII. Jtme, x 
The Working of Teak Forest*. Land M, IV. Oct, 739 
The Valuation of Woods for Transfer, by D.F., Land M IV. Aug, 547 
A Plea for Science, by F. Story, Land M, IV. Apr. 974 
Creosoting Timber for Estate Purx>oses, by J. Pearson, Land M, IV. 

June, 4f9 
Thinning, by J. Pearson, Land M, IV. Mar, 903 

The Thinning of Economic Plantations, by H. C. Lech, Land M, IV. Dec, 
8x9 



Forests and Forestry — continued. 
Ihe Small Ermine Moths, Land M, IV. Sept, 665 
Acquisition of Woodland Area in the Forest of Dean, by W. R. Fisher, 

Land M, IV. June, 499 
Forest Devastation, by E. A. Fuhr, C J, III. Tan, 70 
The Waste Lands of Great Britain, by Eraser Story, New C R, VIII. Dec, 

460 
The Kxternal Timber Trade of the United Kingdom, J B A, VII. Dec, 338 
Woodworking Machiner>', see Woodworking 
French Forestry, by E. Conner, Land M, IV. July, 476 
Forestry in Prussia, by W. Mayes, Land M, IV. Aug, 568 
A German School of Forestry, by A. Allsebrook [s/l.), Loind M, IV. Sept, 60a 
The Forest Resources of Siberia, J B A, VI. Mar. cot 
Forestry in Briiwh India, by W. R. Fisher, Land M, IV. Nov, 745 
Australian Forestry, by J. Plummer, Land M, IV. June, 45a 
Axenanship; a New-World Sport, by H. A. NichoUs (///.), 8tr, XIX. 

June, 683 
United States : 

A Year in Forest Reservations, by W. C. Bartlett, O M, XXXV. 
Mar, 943 

As seen in a Logging-Camp, by S. Allis (///.), O M. XXXVI. Sept, 195 

Is a Timler Famine imminent ? by Henr>' Gannett, F, XXX. Oct, 147 
(XXII. Nov, 48:) 

The Forests of the Yosemite Park, by John Muir, A M, LXXXV. Apr, 

493 
Notes on Alpena ; a Michigan Lumber Town, by Rollin L. Hartt, A M, 

LXXXV. Jan, ico 
Gathering the Timber-Harvest in Minnesota, by W. S. Harwood (/V/. ), 

Harms, V. Nov, 391 
How a Forest Fire was extinguished with Wine in California, by Prof. 
C. F. Holder (/7/.). W W, V. July, ip 
Forgiveness, by A. M. Crane, Ideal R. XI 11. Aug, 88, Sept, 179 
Forgotten Poet— Alexander Smith, by J. Cuthbert Hadden, Arg, 

LXX. Feb, 196 
Forrest. Nathan Bedford, 1821—1877 : A Rupert from the South, by- 
Percy Cross Standing, U 8 M, CXLIII. Oct, 41 
Forster's (Frances Arnold) "Studies in Church Dedications, or 

England's Patron Saints," Unsigned Article on, Ch Q, L. July, 370 
(XXIL Aug. 173) 
Forster, H. O. Arnold, 

On the War Office and the War in South Africa, Nat R, XXXV. Mar, 
40 (XXI. Mar, 964) 

On the Insufficient Proposals of the War Office, N C, XLVII. Apr, 554 
(XXL Apr, 359) 

On School Maps, Ed T, LIII. Apr, 179 
Forster, John, 1819—1876 : A Man of Letters of the Old School, by Percy 

Fitzgerald, M, XCVI. Oct. 361 
Forster, William Edward, 18x8—1886, H. Friend on (rV/.), Q T, VL 

June, 149 
Forth Bridge : Sir Benjamin Baker and the Forth Bridge (1//.), Gas M, 

XVII. Feb, 350 
Forum, see under Rome (Ancient) 
Foss, Sam Walter, on Summer Vacation Library Cards, Libr J, XXV. 

Nov, 683 
Fossil Animals, Birds, Fishes, etc.. see ufoder Geology 
Foster, Sir Walter, on the Hospital Scandals in South Africa, C R, 

LXXVII I. Aug, 990 (XXIL Aug, 150) 
Foster, W. E,, 

On the Providence Public library, Rhode Island (i//.), Libr J, XXV. 
May. 998, Aug, 36 

On Methods of inducing Care of Books. Libr J, XXV. Aug, 63 
Foster. William Prescott, Poems by,— 

" Of Liberty," A M. LXXXVI. Sept, 424 

••The Wind in the Trees," C M, LX. May, 95 
Fothergill, Miss Jessie, 1851—1891, £. Mercer on, Man Q, XIX. 

July, 199 
Fotheringhay Church, by Frances J. Erskine (i//.). Arch Rev, VII. 

Feb, 60 
Fouiiiee, Alfred.— A French Critic on Secondary Education, by Horace 

Milborne, W R, CLIV. Dec. 645 (XXIL Dec, ^76) 
Foulmart or Polecat-Hunting, by H. C. Howard (///.). Bad M, X. 

May, 524 
Founder of a Dynasty— Jean-Baptiste- Jules Bernadotte, by E. P. 

ITiompson, Q M, CCLXXXVIII. >Iar, 934 
Foundries : 

The Modem Foundry, by Joseph Homer (i^/.), Cas M, XVII. Feb, 300 

Foundry Cranes, by Joseph Homer (*^/.), Cas M, XVIII. July, 914 
Fountains : 

Fountains, bv F. Hamilton Jackson 'i//.). Arch Rev, VIII. Oct, 160 

The Early Fountains at Versailles, by P. deNolhac (i//.), Stu, XIX. Feb, 91 
Fouqu^, Friedrlch Heinrich Karl, Baron de la Motte, 1777—1843: 

The Romance of the Ritter von Staufenberg and Fouqu^'s "Undine," by 

L. Clay, Man Q. XIX. Oct, 368 
Four Legs instead of Two— Mounted Infantry, by A. Maurice Low, F, 

XXX. Nov, 310 (XXIL Dec. 578^ 
Fourteenth Amendment of the American Constitution, see under 

United States 
Fourth Party proposed, by Young England, Nat R, XXXVI. Dec, 483 

(XXIL Dec, 5-;^) 
Fowler, Miss Ellen Thorneycroft. 

MissE. T. Fowler, by J. E. H odder Williams lii/.\ Bkman, XVIII. Apr, 7 

Some Recent Novels of Manners. E R, CXCII. July, 208 (XXIL Atxs, 176) 

Miss Fowler and Staffordshire ; In the Footsteps ol a Popubr Novelist, by 
Darby Stafford (///.), L R, VIII. May, 79 

Poem by Miss Fowler ;—" Within My Heait," L H, XLVIIL Oct, 1045 



98 



INDEX TO THE 



Fox-Bourn B, H. R. 



FitANCB.-*Gontinaod. 



Fox>Bourne, H. R., on the Claims of Uncivilised Races, Humane R, I. 

July, x6a 
Fox-bavies, A. C, 
On the Bfiton of a Field-Marshal, Qeneal M, IV. Mny, 14 
On the Mitre of an Archbishop (/7/.)i Qeneal M, IV. June, 4a 
• On UnhentlHic Charges (i7/.\ Qeneal M. IV. Aug, 137 

On the Staflford Attainders, Qeneal M, IV. Sept. 195, Oct, 335 
Foxe, John, (tjij— 1587}, and Hit " Book of Errors," by J. M. Stone, 

M, XCV. Apr, 352 
Foxford, see under Ireland 
Fox- Hunting : 
Hunting, by Capt. A. O. Barot, P M M, XXII. Nov, 301, Dec, 5^3 
Riding to Hound*, by F. L. W. Wedge {ili.\ Bad M. XI. Oct, 450 
Advice on Fox-Hunting, by Lord Wiiloughby de llroke (///.}, Bad M, XI. 

Dec, 501 
The Dulce of Buckinghnrn's Hunt and Its Successors, by Katharine 

Duncombe {ill.\ Bad M, XI. Dec, 616 
Fighting and Fox-Hunttng, by T. K. Kcbbel, Mac, LXXXII. May. 36 
Fox-Huming in Donegal, by R. A. Redfern (^/.\ Man Q, XIX. Apr, 139 
The Outlook for Fox-Hunting in America, by David Gray 'iV/.j, O, 

XXXVII, Dec, 3a'5 
Fox-Hunting round Rome, by D. B. Var6 [ill.]. Bad M, X. Feb, 915 
France. Anatole, 
Anatole France, by A. H. Diplock, T B. CXIX. Mar, 363 
A Literary Nihilist, by Thomas Seccombe, C, VIII. June, 757 (XXI. June, 

s8o) 
The Novels of Anatole France, Q R, CXCII. Oct, 431 
France : 
Political, Miscellaneous : 
The Political Situation in France, by Julien Despretz, New C R, VII. 

Mar, 943 
The Idol and the Ideal of the French Republic, by Dr. Moncure D. 

Conway, O C, XIV. Jan, o 
A Few French Facts, by Richard Davey, F R, LXVIII. Aug, a68 

(XXII. Aug, 177) 
A Letter from France, by Alvan F. Sanborn, A M, LXXXV. June, 

708 
Paris revisited : the Governmental Machine, by Richard Whitein^f*//.), 

C M, LIX. Feb, 487 
President Loubet, by Mrs. Emily Crawford (f//.]i Q W, XLI. Jan, 14 

(XXI. Jan, 31) 
The Coni^piracy of the Assumptionists against the French Republic, by 

F. C. Conybeare, Nat R, XXXV. luly, 7»7 ^XXII. July, 74; 
The Jews in France, by Paul Bettelheim, N C, XLVII. Jan, 116 [XX. 

Jan. 60) 
The Dreyfus Affair; Will the Jews re-try Jesus Chrijit? by Rev. R, E. 

Welsh {m.\ Sun 8tr, L Feb, 140 
Politics and Religion in Fhrnce, by Kev. R. Sailliens, Mie R, XIII. Jan, 

34 
Maurice Barris : a Political Writer of France, by Mis* Hannah Lynch, 

C R, LXXVIII. Sert, 381 (XXII. Sep-, 277) 
Poets as legislators, by Albert D. Vandam, F R, LXVIII. July, iz8 

(XXIL Julv, 78) 
Foreign and Colonial Policy : 
The Perilous Position of England, by W. T. Stead, R R, XXI. Jan, 3 ; 

Same Article, R R A, XXI. Feb, 19^ 
The Threatened French Inv.ision of England ; Britain in the Valley of 

Humiliation, R R. XXI. Jan, 27. (map Feb. 12^ 
France and England ; a Larce for the French, by Thomas Barclay, F R, 

LXVII. Feb, 173 
France and England, by F. Bruneiiire (in French), Q R, CXCI. Apr, 57a 

(XXI. Tune, 556) 
The Pofjtibility of a Wsr bet* een England and Frarce, by Bsron P. 

de Coubertin, F R, LXVIT. May, 719 (XXI. May, 458) 
A Frenchman's View cf War with England (/V/.), Universal, I. July, 

466 
The Psychologv of the French Boerophiles and Anglophobes, by Yves 

Guyot, C R, LXXVII. June, 777 (XXI. June, 550) 
Yves Guyot : a Friend of England in France : Interview, H, XVII. 

Dec. 389 (XXII. Dec. 559) 
Fir«t Lessons of the War in South Africa : a Blow to Germany, by 

H. W. Wilson, Nat R, XXXV. Apr, 204 (XXI. Apr, 347) 
France for the English, by John Strange Winter, New C R, VII. June, 

445 
The English Miiae and France, Revotuiionary and Post -Revolutionary, 

by K. B. Raman.^than, New C R, VIII. Sept, ao7 
As Others see Us, by T. H. S. Escott, New C R, VIIL Aug, 98 
Russia, France, and Morocco, see under Africa 
Frarce. Russia, and the Peace of the World, by Dr. Karl Blind, F R, 

LXVIIL July, 28 (XXII. luly, 54) 
Pondicherry ; the Political System of French India, by A. Rangas- 

wami. Cal R, CXI. Oct, 981 
France in Canada, see under Canada 
France and Newfoundland, see um'er Newfoundland 
France and Morocco, sec under Africa 
France and Nigeria, 5ee under Africa 
France and M.ida^rscr-r, .«ee under M-Td-igascnr 
The Army and the Navy, see under Aimies, Navies 
Finarce, Commerce : 
The Centenary of the Bank of France, by J. Macbeth Forbes (iV/.), Bank, 

LXIX. June. Z>,^ : LXX. .Aug, 141 
The Trans.nctions of the Bank of Fmnre, iFcg, Bank, LXX. Aug, 184 
Variations in the Rate ch.'rged by the Bank of Fr.ance, 1844 — i^^g. 

Bank, LXX. Aug, xan 
Smuggling into P.nris, by V. GribayedofT (///.), P M, IX. Jan, 85 



France— continued. 
Railways : 
Notes on English and French Compound Loramotivet, by Charls 

Rous-Marten, Eng T, IV. Dec, 5^5 
Compound and Four-Cylinder I/x:omotive8 in England and France, ty 

Ch.trles Rous-Marten («'/.), Feild. II. Aor, 36s. May, 485 
The French Railway Exhibits at the Paris Exhibition, by D. T. Taaiai 

(1//.), Rail M, VII. Oct, 357, Nov, 451 
Land, Agriculture, Industries, eic. : 
The Paris Municipality and Its .'System of irrigating Lani by Means <^ 

the City'.H Sewage, by E. Conner, Land M, IV. Jan, 18 
The Drainage of Land in France, by E. Conner, Land M, IV. Feb, 115 
French Pasture Lands, by £. Conner, Land M, IV. Sept, 6^8 
M6tayage Farming in France, by £. Conner, Land M, IV. Mar, 199 
French Farmers and the Crow Nuisance, by E. Conner, Ljind M, IV. 

Nov, 756 
The Agriculture of Cambrin, a French Canton, by Yan' Keravic, Econ R, 

X. Jan, T 
French Forestry, by E. Conner, Land M. IV. July, 476 
Cultivation of the Oak in France, by W. R. Fisher, Land M, TV. 

Aug, 593 
Underground Towns of Chair pagne, by A. Goodrich it//.). Royal. IV. 

May, 7a 
How the Age of Poultry is defined in France, by E. Conner, Land M, 

IV. Apr, 9f 8 
Creusflt : Where '* Long Tom " w^as made, by M. Dinorben Griffith sad 

D. Bril (i//.), Str, XIX. M.ny, 494 (XXI. May, 479) 
A Big Blast at the Cherbourg Qtianies, by Val Norton [i//.), Str, XIX. 

June, 701 
The Human Hair Harvest in Brittany, by C. G6niaux (///.), W W. IV. 

J.nn, 430 
Pottery, see Pottery 
French Arts ani Industries at the Paris Exhibhiin, see under Arts sad 

Crafts, Paris ExfMsition 
Social Questions, Miscellaneous : 
Organized Labour in France, by Walter B. Scaife, F, XXIX. June, 455 

(XXII. July, So) 
Work and Wages in France, by Walter B. Scaife, F, XXX. Sepc, 35 

(XXII. Oct, 383) 
Socialism in France, by Pierre Denis, New C R. VIIL Nov, 403 
Contemporary French Philosophy, by Fr. Paulhan, Phil R, IX. Tan, 4s 
The Modem Reign of Terror in France, by C. M. O'Brien, Ir E R. VIIL 

Sept. 356 ; and Reply to, by Dr. J. F. Hosan (The /risk SccI rtiaitk*l 

Record nwA the Jalf/et), Ir E R, VIIL Dec. 516 
Housing stud Over-Crowding in France, by E. Conner, Land M, IV. 

Dec, 871 
Miss de Broen and Her Chri*tian Work in Paris Slums, by Mrs. S.A. 

Tooley (i//.), Q, May, »9f; 
Social NVork among the P;>ris Poor, by Mrs. Virginia M. Crawf<^ M, 

XCVI. Aug. 143 
The Cour de Cassation. Pari^ ; a Frendi Court of Jrstice, by R. Mnrr^r 

ii//.\ C F M. XXXI. July, 1.53 
French Criminal Procedure, 9 R. CXCI. Jan, J9S (XXI. Fd>. 155) 
Recreations of Prison, by lighe Hopkins, P M M, XXII. Nov, ;;> 

(XXII. Nov. 45t) 
Pat is revisi'ed, by Richard Whiteing (///.), C M, LIX. Febw 487 XXI. 

Mar, 243), Mar, 662 (XXI. Mar, 267. Apr, 817) ; LX. May, 87 ;XX1. 

May, 481), Jime, 254 (XXI. June, 574) 
life in Paris, see under P:tris 
English and French People, by Miss M. Betham Edwards ; Interrier, 

by R. Blathwayt (ii/.\ Q T, VII. Nov, 88, Dec, nS 
French Women in Industry, by Ada Core, C R, LXXVII. Feb, fffo 
La Ff-onde ; the First Daily Paper produced for Women bv Woaca, by 

Frederick Dolmr.n U/.\ Str, XIX. Feb, 211 :XXL Feb.'i48) 
American and French Girls; Girls of Two Republics, by the lofasti 

Eulalie of Spain fi//.\ Fr L. L. .Aug, 368 
The Daughters of the legion cf Honour, by Mabel Hum^«rt \i/l.\. Lud, 

IX. Jan, 257 
Ihe Con\ent of the Silent Sisters at Bayonne, by Lena Dennehy 'S/^\ I. 

XVI. Jan, 793 
An Artist's W edding in Brittany, by Kathleen Schlesinger aod IW 

G^niaux >7/.\ Royal, IV. Oct, 524 
Athle-.ic Development in France, by Caspar Whitney («//.;, O, XXXVI. 

May, 178 
Footbft'l in Paris, by R. Bacchus («//.), Lud, IX. Apr, 5*^ 
The Protection of Animals in France, by A. CurtL«, Humane R, I. Apr, 

Ediic-ticn, see under Eduration 

Incunabula at the Municipal Library, Grenoble, by R. Proctor, Libr, L 
Mar, 215 

French Literature, see French Literatitre 

Journalism, see under Journalism 

French Theatres and Drama, see under llieatres and the Drama 

French Musicians noticed, see Chaminade (Mile.), Gounod (Charles) 

French Art, sec un.ler Ait 

Fren( h Arts and Crafts, see under Arts and Crafts 

Paris Exposition of i^x>, sec under Paris 

Religion sec also .Articles nnder Catholic Church. Monasteries) ; 
SymDolo-Fideisme, by Prof. A. C. Zenns, P R R, XL July, 397 
A Sunday in Dunkerque, by C.H.I. (///.), Sun H, Aug, 624 

Historical, etc. : 
The Roman Crnquest of Gaul, E R, CXCII. Oct, 427 (XXIL Nor. 47s" 
The l^oyhood of Willi.am the Conqueror, by Adele E. Orreo '^il/X 8t H, 

XXVU. Mar, 4^6 
A Run to Crdcy, C J, III. Aug, 505 



Fk ANCK.^CoDtiBued. 



PERIODICALS OF 1900. 



Francs. — Continued. 



99 



France — continued. 

HiAtoriol, etc.— continued. 

Jeanne d'Arc, by R. Saillen* (///.), Sun H, June, sao 

l>omremy ; the Home of Jeanne d'Arc, by Cufton Johnson (///. }, Fr L, 

L. Oct, 539 
Marguerite d'Augoul6nie ns Pr'mcess and Poetess ^X Kathertne W. 

Elwes, Q M, CCLXXXIX July, 33 
Hunianistn under Francis I., by Arthur Tilley, E H, XV. July. 4^6 
The Childhood of Louis XIII., by Lucy Oump, A M, LXXXV. Apr, 

531 (XXL May, 481) 
Madame de S^vign^ ; a Society Belle in the Reign of Louis XIV., by 



James A. Harrison, Chaut, XXXI. Sept, 585 
of Poisoners at the Court of Louis XlV., 



Mac, LXXXII. Oct, 



A Gang 

Madame Marie Madeleine de Briovilliers ; a Dark Episode of the Reign 

of Louis XIV., by Baroara dc Courson, M, XCV. Apr, 387 
Cardinil Mazarin (i6oa— x66x), by Rev. £. J. Cullen, Ir E R, VIII. Nov, 

395 
St. Evremond and the Duchess Mazarin (1646 — 1699), ^Y F* ^« Hodgson, 

T B, CXX. Auk, 507 
The War of the Spanish Succession, 1700—1711, sse und^r Spain 
Sergeant San-Soucy's (Martin Aubry) Capitulatun, 1746: a Military 

Incident in the Reign of Louis XV., by Capt. S. Pasfisld Oliver, U8 M, 

CXLI. Jan, 379 
The Fall of Quebec, 1759, by R=v. Cyrus T. Brady, McCI, XV. July, 

Edmund Burke and the Revolution, 1789, by Re/. W. B. Morris, D R, 

CXXVII. July, 6g 
Ifarat (1741 — >793) as an Englishman, by W. Roberts, Q M, 

CCLXXXVIII. May, 426 
The Cavalry during the French Revolution, by Lisut.-Col. F. N. Maude, 

U 8 M, CXLIl. Nov, 107 
Political Clubs during the French Revolution, by John W.Perrin, Chaut, 

XXXIL Oct, a4 
Masterpieces (Art) of ths French Revolution (x//.), Chaut, XXXII. 

Oct, 23 

The False Dauphins of the Temple, by A. M. Hyamson, Q M, 

CCLXXXIX. Sept, 258 
French London in X793, by F. G. Walters, Q M, CCLXXXVIII. Jan, 54 
French Wit in the Kightesnth Century, by S. G. lallentyre, C, IX. 

Nov, 688 (XXII. Nov, 471) 
The ROle of Women in Societv in Eighteenth-Ceotury France, by Hon. 

Lady Ponsonby, N C, XLVIII. Dec, 9^1 (XXII. Dec. 575) 
Madame du DefTand ; a Woman of the Salons, by S. G. Talleotyre, 

Long, XXXV. Apr, ^o3 
Madame d'&pinay ; a Woman of the Salons, by S. G. Tallsntjrre, Long, 

XXXVL June, 14X (XXI. June, 581) 
Mademoiselle C. F. de I.e<pinas4e; a Woman o( the Salons, by S. G. 

Tallcntyre, Long, XXXVL Sept, 425 (XXII. Sept, 28 ^) 
Madam? GeofTrin ; a Woman of the Salons, by S. G. Tallentyre, Long, 

XXXVII. Dec 115 (XXII. Dec 582) 
Madame Roland's Love Story, by L. A. M. Priesiley, Q T, VI. Apr, 51 
Madame Grand (1762—18:^5), by J. J.Cotton. Mac, LXXXII. Sept, 381 
Madame R^camier ; an Uncrowned Quqen, by Noel Williams (tf/.), Arg, 

LXXI. May, 76, June, 195 
General Antoine Drouot (1774— »847), by Canon Staveley, C, VIII. Mar, 

37a 
The CoHsteUation in the War with France, 1798—1800, by Rev. Cyrus T. 

Brady (i^/.), McCI, XIV. Jan, 27a 
The S«7et Articles of the Treaty of Amiens, xSoa, by J. Holland Rose, 

E H, XV. Apr, 331 
The French East-Indian Elxpedition at the Cape in 1803, by J. Holland 

Rose. E H, XV. Jan, xa9 
Nelson and His Battles, see under Nelson (Lord) 
Napoleon I. 1769 — 1821, see Napoleon I. 
" How England Saved Europe" by Dr. W. H. Fitchett: A Book of the 

Month, R R Au«, XVI. Jan, 78 
Epuodes from *' How England Savel Europe," by Dr. W. H. Fitchett, 

R R Aus, XVI. May, 600, June, 743 ; Xvll. July, 69, Aug, 203, Nov, 

632 
Napoleon and the Black Cardinals, by Rev. John Freeland, Ir E R, VIL 

May, 442 
Tous.saint L'Ouverture (1743— X803), Liberator of Hayti ; the Greatest 

Black Man known to History, by B. O. Flower, A, XXIV. Dec, 573 
Prisoners of War in Porchester a Century Ago, by Rev. G. N. Godwin, 

Ant, XXXVL Aug, 2^x, Dec 374 
English Midshipmen and French Prisons, 1807, by Eveline C Godley, 

Long. XXXVL Aug, 321 (XXII. Aui?, 166) 
The Diary of a Busaco Monk, 1810, by Charles Edwardes, C J, III. July, 

423 
•The Peninsular War, i?o3 — 18x4, see under Spain 
Swiss Soldiers in the RuS'dan Campaign of xSra ; a Tribute of Blood, by 

William WesuU, C, IX. Oct, 52Q (XXII. Oct, 386) 
Waterloo Campiign, see VVaterloo Campaign 
•* Hi^toire de la Marine Fran^aise de 1815 \ 1870" by (Japt. E. Chevalier, 

Unsiitned Article on, E R, CXCII. July, 24 (XXII. Aug. 176) 
Jean-Bapiiste-Jule^ B^rnadott:, 1764— 1J44: th's Founder of a Dynasty, 

by E. P. Thompson, Q M, CCLXXXVIII. Mar, 234 
The Crimean War, x 854-56, see Crimean War 
Napoleon II. (Duke of Reichstadt), see N..poleon II. 
The Franco-German War, X870— 1871 : 

Count von Wnlderse: in X870, by Col. Lonsdale H.ale, C R, LXXVIII. 
Oct, 590 (XXII. Oct, 379) 

The Bombardment of Paris in 1870-7X1 and the Reasons Which delayed 
it, J R U 8 I, XLIV. Nov, 1328 



France— continued. 
Historical— continued. 
The Franco-German War — continued. 

Count von Moiike's Strategy in t*ic War with ths French Republic, by 
Major-Gen. A. E. lurner, U 8 M. CXLI. .Mar, 6t6 

Paul Dupont des Loges, Bishop of Meu, by Austin Oates, M, XCV. 
Mar, 25) 
The Commune of Paris, March 28— May, 28, 187X, by MoUy Elliot 

Seawell (///.), Munsev, XXII. Feb, 705, Mar, 84a; XXIII. Apr, 40 
Monseig'ieur le Due d Aumale (x 822— 1900), by Andrew de Temant, 

W R, CLIII. Apr, 427 
ReoUections about General Clussret(i823 — 1900), by Karl Blind, W R, 

CLIV. Dec. 626 
Gambetta (1838—1882); a Great Tribune, by Ex-Attach6, Critic, 

XXXVII. July, 72 
The French Emigrant Army of the Prince de Cond6, 179a — x8oi, by 

Lieut.-Gen. F. ri. Tyrrell, U 8 M, CXLI. Jan, 360 
The French Army under ths Consulate, by LieuL-Gen. F. H. Tyrrell, 

U 8 M, CXLI. Feb, 476 
The French Army under the Empire, by Lieut. -Gen. F. H. Tyrrell, 

U 8 M, CXLI. Mar, 581 ; CXLIl. Apr, 26 
The Fre:ich Army under the Bourbon Restoration, by Lieut.-Gen. F. H. 

Tyrrell, U 8 M, CXLIL June, 265 
The Decline of the French Cavalry, by Lieut. -Col. F. N. Maude, 

U 8 M, CXLIIL Dec, 217 
Some Writers on War, by Frederic Lees, F R, LXVIII. Sept, 47a (XXII. 

Sept. 279) 
Plavthin^ of French Kingi, by Katharine de Forest ((//.), Harp, 

XXX IX. Apr, 760 
Cazcd in France, by Rev. P. H. Ditchfield, Q M. CCLXXXIX. 

Oct, 396 
The Huguenots : the Debt We owe to France, T B, CXIX, Apr, 499 

(XXI. June, 567) 
The Laws of Breteuit, by Miss Mary Bates }n, E H, XV. Jan, 73, Apr, 

30a, July, 4q5, Oct, 7S4 
St. Cyr in the Present, by Madame de Courson, D R, CXXVI. Jan, 91 
Versailles, by Rosamond Chaplin, Arg, LXXII. Dec, 456 
Some Memories of Versailles, by Eva Billington, Ir M, XXVIII. 

Dec, 705 
The Palace of Fontainebleau, by Rtissell Sturgis \jUl.\ Arch Rec, X. 

Oct, 129 
Annccy, Savoy ; the Town and Castle, by J. P. Cooper (•?/.), Arch Rev, 

VII. Apr, 168, June, 283 
The Hotels Jacques Coeur, Lallemand, Cujas, and th? Palace of Duke 

Jean of Berry, at Bourges, by S. N. Vansittart (t//.). Arch Rev, VIII. 

Aug. «;5 
French Invasions of the Isle of Wight, by Edith E. Cuthell, L H, XLIX. 

Nov, 58 
France and Canada, see under Canada 
France and Englimd in North America, by Caroline B. Shaw, N E M, 

XXI Jan, 567 
The Marie Antoinette Houses of the United States, by Jane M. Parker 

(1//.), N E M. XXII. Mar, 53 
The Lords and Marquises of Raineval in Picardy, by Marquis de 

Ruvigny and Raineval, Qeneal M, III. Apr, 534 
Descent of de Carteret from the Dukes of Normandy, by C. A. Bemau, 

Qeneal M, IV. June, 53 
The Concurrent Teaching of English and French History, by A. Devine, 

PR, XL Sept, 6aa 
Descriptive, etc. : 
French Churches, see under Churches 
Modern French Architecture, by A. D. F. Hamlin (fi//.). Arch Rec, X. 

Oct, 150 
Wooden Houses in France during the Middle Ages, by J. Schopfer (i?/.}, 

Arch Rec, IX. Apr, 333 
The N.nttu'al History Museum at Paris, by J. Schopfer (<//. ), Arch Rec, 

X. July, 55 
New Features in French Houses, by La Forgue, Arch Rev, VIII. Dec, 

The Little Inns of France and . England, by Ernest C, Peixotto (<//.), 

Cos, XXX. Nov, 100 
Picture-ique France, by W. Dewhurst [illX Artist, XXVII. Mar, 365 
A Spring Ramble in France, by Constance Countess de la Warr (1//.}, 

L R, VII. Apr, 718 
Notes from a Sentimental Journey, Mac, LXXXIII. Dec, xia 
An Easter Cycle-Trip through France, by G. H. Leonard, Jr. (///.], O, 

XXXV. Mar, 598 
A Visit in South- Western France, by AUce A. CaUin {01,)^ C W, 

LXXI. May, 188 
The Early Fountains at Versailles, by P. de Nolhac (///.}, 8tu, XIX. 

Feb, a I 
A Tramp through the Forest of Fontainebleau, by Miss Hannah Lynch 

(///.). QW, XLI. July, 464 
Etretat and Its Environs, by A. T. Gib;rt {ill.). Art J, XVI Sept, %^^ 
St. Cyr in the Present, by .Madaiie de Courson, D R, CXXVI. Jan, qt 
Across Touraine, by Ireiiaeus Prime-Stevenson [jUl.\ Chaut, X^lXL 

Apr, 62 
Annecy, Savoy, by T. P. Cooper (/V/.}, Arch Rev, VII. Apr, x68, June, 283 
Inches, by Ernest C. Pei.\ott) («//.), 8crib, XXVIII. Aug, 346 
Ermr:nonville ; a Bit of Old France, by Harriet Monroe, A M, LXXXVI. 

July, .58 

Le Bourgneuf: a Village in the Val d'Or, by Mrs. P. G. Hamerton, 

Black, CLXVIII. )uly, 26 fXXII. July, 48; 
La Chapelle; a Village in Rural France, by Clifton Johnson [Ul\ 

N E M, XXIII. Sept, 37 



100 



INDEX TO THE 



FRANCB.^^ontinued. 



Friends op God. 



France — continued. 
Descriptive, etc. — continued* 
Le Puy ; the Most Picturesque Place in the World, by James Britten 

{///.), 8tP, IV. Jan, 377 
MontpcUier-le-Vieux ; a City of the Devil, by Charles Edwardes, T B, 

CXIX. Feb. 199 
Round about Chamounix, by H. Ward [til.], Lud, X. July, 294 
The Heart of Dauphinfe, by Prof. Grenville A. J. Cole, K, XXIII. Dec, 

971 
In the Alps of Dauphind, by Miss Gertrude Lowthian Bell, N C, XLVII. 

Feb, 330 
The French Pyrenees ; the Land of the Baatides, by Prof. Grenville A. J. 

Cole, K, XXIII. Aug, 187 
Note on a Boring through the Chalk and Gault, near Dieppe, by A. J. 

Jukes-Brown, Qeol M, VII. Jan, 9$ 
Stag and Wolf Hunting in France, by Vance Thompson {ili.)t 0| 

XXXVII. Dec, 305 
The Duke of Beaufort's Hounds after Wolf in France, by E. Bellecroix 

[ill.). Bad M, X. Jan, 71 
Hunting the Wild Boar in Brittany, by J. L. Randall (i//.). Bad M, XI. 

Nov, 498 
Other Articles, Descriptive and Architectural, see Albi, Brittany, Corsica, 
Normandy, Paris, etc. 
France, Francis I. of, Reign of. 1515 — 1547: Humanism under 

Frances I., by Arthur Tilley, E H, XV. July, 456 
France, Louis XIII. of, reigned 1610—1643 : The Childhood of Louis XIII. 

by Lucy Crump, A M, LXXXV. Apr, 531 (XXI. May, 48 r) 
France, Louis XIV. of. Reign of. 1643—1715 : 
Cardinal Mazarin {i6oa— 1661), by Rev. E. J. Culleu, Ir E R, VIII. Nov, 

395 
A Gang of Court Poisoners, Mac LXXXII. Oct, 43a 
Madame Marie Madeleine de Brinvilliers (1630 — 1676} ; a Dark Episode of 

the Reign of Louis XIV., by Barbara de Courson, M, XCV. Apr. 387 
Madame de S^vign^; a Society Belle in the Keign of Louis XIV., by 
James A. Harrison, Chaut, XXXI. Sept, 585 
France, Louis XV. of. Reign of, 1715-1774 : 
Sergeant San-Soucy's (Martin Aubry) Capitulation, 1746, by Capt. S. 

Pasaeld Oliver, U 8 M, CXLI. Jan. 379 
The Fall of Quebec, 1759, see under Canada 
France, Napoleon I. of, see Napoleon I. 
France, Napoleon II. of, see Napoleon II. 
Francis, St., of Assist, 1182 — iaa6 (see also La Verna) : 
St. Francis of Assisi and the Relieious Revival in the Thirteenth Century, 

by Father Cuthbert, ACQ. XXV. Oct, 657 
A New Light on the "Benediction" of St. Francis, by M. Carmichael 
(///.), St P, IV. Feb, 429 
Francis I. of France, see France (Francis I. of) 
Franco-Qerman War, 1870—1871, see under France (Historical) 
Franconia, N. H. : May in Franconia, by Bradford Torrey, A M, LXXXV. 

May, 628 
Fran ken berg's (L. W.)" Die Spriiche, libersetzt und erkl&rt," Prof. 

James Gi roy on. Grit R, X. Nov, 531 
Frankfurt-am-Maine : The Frankfort Book-Mart, by George Smith, Libr, 

I. Mar, 167 
Frankland, Henry, 1684 — 1728 : A Descendant of Oliver Cromwell in 

Calcutta, by C. R. Wilson, A Q. X. July, xa8 
Franklin, Benjamin, 1706 — 1790 : Benjamin Franklin's Relation to Music, 

by B. G. SoQtieck, Mus, XIX. Nov, i 
Frantz, Henri. 
On the Prix de Rome. 1899 {ilL\ M Art, XXIV, Feb, 184 
On Early Venetian Art (///.), M Art, XXIV. June, 358 
On the Art Buildings at the Paris Exhibition [ill.), M Art, XXIV. 

Aug, 461 
On the Medals of Honour for Sculpture at the Paris Exhibiiion [Hi.), M Art, 

XXIV. Sept, 510 
On theGrandst Prix for Painting at the Paris Exhibition [ill}, M Art, XXV. 

Nov, I, Dec, 75 
On Hector Guimard and the "Cistel RSranger " [ill.), M Art, XXV. 

Dec, 85 
On Gustave Moreiu (///.), M Art, XXIV. Jan, 97 
On Alexandre Falguifcrc [ill.\ M Art, XXIV. July, 40S 
Fraser, Mrs. Hugh, on Life in Japan; Interviejv, by A. Lawrence [UL), 

Y W. VIII. Sept, 441 (XXII. Sept, 253) 
Frazer, J. Q., 
On the Origin of Gender in Language, F,R, LXVII. Jan, 79 (XXI. Jan, 59) 
On the Saturnalia and Kindred Festivals, F R, LXVIII. Oct, 653 (XXII. 
Oct, 380}, Nov, 825 (XXII. Nov, 468) 
Fred, W., 
On Gu*tav Gurschner [Ul.), Artist, XXVIII. June, 74 
On the Paris Exhibition [Ul.], Artist, XXVIII. July, 132, Aug, 198; 
XXIX. Sept, 46, Oct, 66, Nov, 121, Dec. 182 
Frederick II. of Prussia, see Prussia ( Frederick the Great of) 
Frederick, Empress, s;e Germany (Empress Frederi- k of) 
Free Church of Scotland, see under Churches of Scotland 
Free Churches, see Nonconformists, etc. 
Free Silver in the United States, see under United States 
■ Free-Thought ; a Short History by John M. Robertson : 

Gooch, G. P., on, IJ E, X. Apr, 392; and Reply to, by John M. Robertson, 

I J E, X. July, 509 
Peterson, J. B., on, Phil R, IX. Mar, ao6 
Rait, Robert S., on, Crit R, X. Jan, 22 
Freebench— Widow's Property Right, by J. H. Redman, Land M, IV. 

June, 440 
Freeman, Lieut-Col. T. A., died 1900, Rev. T. Davis on, Ch Mis I, LI. 
Sept, 690 



Freemantle, S. T., Publisher [UL), Bkman, XVII. Jan, xo8 
Freemasons : 
Mas inic Mysteries, by W. J. Wintle [ill.). Harms, IV. June, 451 
L60 'I'axil ; an Ami-Masonic Mystification, by Henry Charles Lea, Lipp, 

LXVI. Dec, 948 
"The Cathedral Builders; the Story of a Great Masonic Guild" by 
"Leader Scott": 
Paul Watcrhouse on, M R, 1. Nov, q8 (XXII. Nov, 480) 
Unsigned Article on (///.), Ant, XXXVI. Oct, 306 
Freevllle— Junior Republic, see Junior Republic 
Fremantle, Dean, on the Positive Elements of Non-Sectarian Bible 

Teaching;, P R, XT. \wz, 561 
Fremington Pottery, Francesca M. Steele on [ill.). Art J. XVI. Jaar, 28 
French, Daniel Chester, Sculptor, William A. Coffin on («//.}. C M, LIX. 

Apr, 871 
French, Frank, on Trees [ill.), Scrib, XXVIII. July, 99 
French, General J. D. P., and His Family, by Mrs. S. A. Tooley (i3/A 

W H, IX. June, 843 (XXI. June, 563) 
French Lan|^uage and Literature : 
The St^te Simplification of French Syntax, Ed T, LIII. Oct, 4x3 
The Recent Minute on the Simplification of French Syntax, by H. W. 

Eve, Ed T, LIII. Dec. 48a 
A Revolution in French Grammar Teaching, J Ed, XXII. Oct, 621 
Notes on French Teaching, by Prof. Victor Spiers, J Ed, XXII. May, 3ps 
Holiday French Courses, by G. Duthie, J Ed, XXII. Feb, 1x7 
The Practical Use of Phonetics in Teaching French ; First Aid to die 

Wounded, by P. Shaw JeFrey, J Ed, XXII. May, 305 
American College Entrance Requirements in Freaoi and Germaa, by 

Horaiio S. White, Ed R A, XIX. Feb, 143 
Guy Midge; a Seventrenth-Century OUendorflf, by F. H. Skrine, P M M, 

XXII. Dec, 488 (XXII. Dec, 582) 
The Plr.ce of French Literature, by George McL. Harper, A M, 

LXXXV. Mar, 360 (XXI. June, 567) 
The New French Idealism, by Count de Soissons, C R, LXXVIII. Oct, 

50a 
Contemporary French Philosophy, by Fr. Paulhan, Phil R, IX. Jan, 4% 
Later Evolutions of French Criticism, by Edouard Rod, Inter M, I. 

Jan, 1 
Some Writers on War, by FrcJeric Uss, F R, LXVIII. Sept, 473 (XXIJ. 

Sept, 379) 
Poets as Legislators, by Albert D. Vandam, F R, LXVIII. July, ixS 

(XXIL July, 78) 
The Poetic Cabarets of Paris, by Eliot Gregory [ill.), Scrib, XX\1I. 

Jan. 93 
Shakespeare's French Critics, by W. Butterworth, Man Q, XIX. Oct, 

330 
French Fiction and French Juvenile Literature for the Public Librvy; 

with list of Books, by Henry Guppy, Libr A R, II. July. 357 
Educational Journals of France, by Gabriel Compayr6, Ed R A, XIX Fdb, 

tax 
French Newspapers, by Adolphe Cohn [ill.), Bkman A, X. Feb, 540: XL 

Mar, 39 
La Fronde ; the First Daily Paper produced for Women by Women, by 

Frederick Dolman [ill.), 8tr, XIX. Feb, 911 (XXI. Feb, 148) 
French Drama, see under Theatres and the Drama 
"The Song of Roland"; Ciiiical Studies in French literature, by 

Frederick M. Wanren, Chaut, XXXII. Oct, 71 
Judge O'Hagan's "Song of Roland" and Its Private Grit cs, Ir M. 

XXVIII. Sept, 519 
Humanism under Francis I., by Arthur TiHey, E H, XV. July, 456 
An Early French "General Catalogue," by G. W. Cole, Libr O, XXV. 

July, 329 
French Writers noticed, sec 
d'Aumale (Due), Hueo (Victor), Provost (.Abb^l, 

Balzac (H. de), Loti (Pierre), Rabelais [P.], 

Barris (Maurice), Maeterlinck (M.), Regnier (Henri de', 

Hourget (Paul), Marni (Mdme. Rostand (h^.^. 

Brosses (C. de), Jeanne). St. EvremcHid, i 

Brunetitee (F.). Maupassant (Guy de), Sainte-Beuve (C. A.!., j 

Ch6nier (Andr6), Moli6re (J. B. P.). Sand (George). ^ 

Descartes (R.\ Montaigne (M. E. de), S6vigny (Madase 

F^nelon (Arcnbishop), Montalembert (Comte de), 

France (Anatole), de), Sully-Prudh<wninr; R. 

Fromentin (E.), Murgcr (H.), F. A.), 

Gu^rin f Eugenie and Navarre . (Queen Voltaire, 

Maurice de). Marguerite of), Zola (£.), etc. 

Hervieu(Paul), Pascal (Blaise), 

French Revolution, see under France 
Freneau, Philip, American Poet, 1752 — 1832, Prof. Fred L. Patter oa, 

Chaut, XXXI. Aug, 467 
Frere, Sir Bartle, {1815—1884', and His South African Policy, bj 

W. Basil Worsfold, C, IX. July, 51 (XXII. July, 71) 
Freshwater Life, see under Natural History 
Frewen, Moreton, on England and the United States ; Our Relatioas lo 

Wc>tyvard, Nat R, XXXV. May, 469 (XXI. May, 477) 
Frick. H. C, 
Biographical, by J. Moritzen [ill.), R R A, XXL Apr, 440 
The Frick-Cimegic Suit, by J. Moritzen [ill.), R R A, XXI. Aj*. 433 
(XXI. Apr, ::;73) 
Friendly islands: Shirley Baker ; a Missionary Who ** tan " a Kingdom 

in Tonga, by .Arthur Fraison ;///.), T M, IV. July, 86a 
Friendly Societies: Fraternal Insurance in America, by A. C 

R R A, XXI. Jan, 59 
Friends, Society of, see Quakers 
Friends of God, Miss Margaret Carr on, Theot R, XXV. Jan, 393 



Frirndship. 



PERIODICALS OF 1900. 



lOI 



■Garibaldi, Giuseppe. 



Friendship : 

Acquaintanceship and Frieodihip, by Rev. J. T. Forbes, Pur, III. July, 

563 
The CoQsscratioa of Influence in Society, by Mrs. Ro^>ert Jardine, P R, 

XI. June. 357 
. Friendship between the Sexes, by William Garland, W R, CLIII, Mar, 3^0 
[XXI. Mar, 359, 265) ; and Reply to, by L. Keith Siibbard, W R, CLIV. 
Nov, 583 
Platonic Friendship ; Symposium, L R, VII. Mar, 587 (XXI. Mar, 359) 
Frietchie, Barbara, and J. G. Whittier: A Poet's Kindness, by 

Klyda R. Steege, 8t N, XXVII. May, 595 
Fripp, Charles E., on the Zulu War, 1879 (///.}, P M M, XX. Apr, 547 
Froebel, Friedrich, 1783— 1852 : 

ITic Philosophy of Friedrich Froebel, by Rudolf Eucken, F, XXX. Oct, 173 

(XXII. Nov, 481) 
Froebel Methods in Education, see Kindergarten (under Education) 
Frogs : The Edible Frog in England, C J, III. Sept, 603 
F'rom the Slums to the Sunshine — ^The Ragged School Union 
and the Shaftesbury Society, by Harry How [ill.\ Sun Str, II. 
Aug, 309 
From behind the Speaker's Chair, by H. W. Lucy, see under 

Parliamentary 
Fromentin, Eugene, iSso— 1876, Norman Hapgood on, C R; LXXVII. 

Feb, 377 
Fronde : The First Daily Paper proJuced for Womea by Women, by 

Frederick Dolman (///.). Str, XIX. Feb, sir (XXI. Feb, 148) 
Frontier Policy of India, sse under India 

Frost, Dr. William Qoodell, and Berea College, s*e Berea College 
Frothingham, Arthur L., Jr., on Archxologicil Progress anl the 

American Schools at Rome and Athens, Inter M, II. Dec, 687 
Fruit and Fruit-Qrowing(see also Apples, Cherries, Limss, Nuts, Oranges, 
Peaches, Pears, To natoes, Wine-Growing) : 
The Fruit Supply, by Dr. Alfred J. H. Crespi, New C R, VIII. Oct. 310 
Fruit-Growing Experiments at Wobum, Bedfordshire, by Spencsr Pickering, 

Land M, IV. Nov, 763 
What Co-operation did in Our Village, by Lucy H. Yates, GOP, XXII. 

Oct, 6 
Fungoid Diseases of Roots of Fruit-Trees {ill.), J B A, VII. June, 10 
The Pear and Cherry Sawfly. by M., Land M. IV. Feb, 148 
Fruit-Growing at the Cape, by a Colonist, Q W, XLI. Dec, 819 
Fruit-Growing in America, by Theodore Dreiser (<//.), Harp, XL. Nov, 
8s9 (XXII. Nov, 477) 
Fry, Sir Edward, 

On the Evil of Secret Commissions; Interview, H, XVI. Jan, i 
On the Nature of Libraries and the Nature of Books, Libr A R, II. Oct, 
507 
Fry, Mrs. Elizabeth, 1780— 1845 : Notes of a Tour with Mn. Fry; Un- 
published Letters by Madame de Bunscn, Miss £. M. Symonds on [ill.)t 
Sun H, Aug, 630 
Fry, Roger E., 

On Art before Giotto [ill.], M R. I. Oct, 136 

On Giotto and the Church of S. Francesco at Assisi [ill.), M R, I. Dec, 139 
Fry. Rev. T. C, and Berkhamsted School, by C. H. Greene [ill.), 

P S M, V. Jan, i 
Fuel, see Gas, Oil, Coke and Coal (under Coal) 

Fulcher, Miss Florence Anne, on Sir Arthur Cotton and His Work for 
India ((//.), Sun H, Nov, 33 
. Fulham Palace, Miss Beatrice Creighton on {ill.). Art J, XVI. Oct, 397 
Fullerton's (Prof. George S.) "On Spinozistic Immortality," Prof. 

J. E. Creighton 00, Phil R, IX. July, 433 
Fulton, Robert. (1765— 181 5), and the First Sailing of the Clermont, 

by Edwin D. Mead. N E M, XXIII. Sept, 134 
Fungi : Pictures on Fungi, by George Dollar {ill.), Str, XIX. Feb, 165 
Fur Trade of Canada, see under Canada 
Furneaux, W. M., and Repton School, by F. C. Hipkins («//.), P S M, 

VI. Oct, 34X 
Furness, Dr. Horace Howard, and the New Variorum Edition of 
Shakespeare : 
Clapp. Henry A., on, A M, LXXXVI. July, 135 
Rolfe, W. J., on. Critic, XXXVII. Oct, 313 
Smyth, Prof. Albert H., on iUl.), Lipp, LXV. Feb, 967 
Furness Railway and Its Connection with Morecambe, by S. S. Lord 

{ill.). Rail M, VII. July, 31 
Furniss, Harry, on Canada {ill.), W M, XI. Jan, 937 (XXL Jan, 57), Feb, 

381, Mar, 456 (XXI. Mar, 345, ^349}, Apr, 563, May, 703 
Furniture : 

Furniture at the Paris Exhibition, 1900 : 

Benn, R. Davis, on, {ill.). Art J P E, Sept, 139 
Fred. W., on {ill.). Artist, XXVIII. Aug, 198; XXIX. Sept, 46 
The House of the *'Art Nouveau Bing" at the Paris Exhibition, by G. 

Mourey {ill.), Stu, XX. Aug, 164 
German Decorative Art at the Paris Exhibition, by G. Mourey (///,), Stu, 

XXL Oct, 44 
Aostrian Decorative Art at the Paris Exhibition, by G. Mourey ((//.), Stu, 

XXL Nov, 1x3 
Boulle-Work at Buckingham Palace, by F. S. Robinson (f//.}, M Art, 

XXIV. Jan, 1x9 
Inlaid Furniture at Buckingham Palace, by F. S. Robinson (///.), M Art, 

XXIV. Sept, 481 
Lacquered Furniture at Buckingham Palace, by F. S. Robinson (///.), 

M Art, XXV. Nov, q 
Colonial Art and Modem Pianos, by J. Burr Tiffany [ill.)y Arth Rec, 

IX. Jan, 368 
The Making of Cane-Seated Chairs in Buckingb.imshire ; a Sylvan 
Industry, by S. MUls (i//.), Q W, XLI. Sept, 623 (XXII. Sept, 353} 



Furniture— continued. 
The Sedan Chair, by A. M. Stevens, Q M, CCLXXXIX. July, vj 
Some Old Furniture, by Mrs. Scott-MoncriefF, C J, III. May, 305 
The Furniture Exposition at Grand Rapids, Michigan ; Artistic American 

Furniture, by Florence Milner {ill.), Fr L, XLI X. Jan, 3x9 
A Woman's Home, by Mrs. Talbot Coke, C J, III. Apr, 330 

Fussell Family : The Roynl Descent of James Cecil Coldham Fussell from 
William the Conqueror, Qeneal M, HI. Apr, 551 

Future Life, sse Immortaliiy 

Future Punishment, see Hell 

Fysh, Sir Philip O., on Tasmania ; Primitive, Present, and Future, J R 01, 
XXXI. Feb, X53 



Gaboon, see under Africa (West) 

Gaelic Language and Literature, see under Celtic Language and 

Literature 
Galagan Hills, see under Borneo 
Galapagos Islands : Manuel Cdbos ; the King of the Galipagos Islands, 

by r. Lemder, C J, III. July, 463 
Qalatians, Epistle to, see under Bible and Biblical Criticism 
Galileo, 1564—1642 : 
Galileo and the Roman Congregitions, by Rev. John M. Harty, Ir E R, 

VII. Apr, 389 
The Struggle regarding th: Position of the Earth, by Carus Sterne (i//.), 

O C, XIV. Aug; 449 
The IVibuna di Galileo, Florence ; a Tempb of Science, by W. Alfred 
Parr {ill.), K. XXIII. May, 103 
Gallery of Mystifying Pictures, by W. B. Robertson (i7/.), C F M, 

XX aI. June, 49 
Galloway, see under Scotland 
Qalton, Arthur, 
On the Roman Catholic Church : Why I entered It, and Why I left It, 

Nat R, XXXV. May, 481, June, 580 (XXI. Tune, 576) 
On Some Final Impressions of the Roman Catholic Church, Nat R, XXXV. 

July, 850 
On Government House, Australia, Nat R, XXXVI. Dec, 537 (XXII. Dec, 
570) 
Qalton, Francis, on Identification Offices in India and Egypt, N C, 

XLVIII. July, ii8(XXIL July, 76) 
Galveston Id., Texas : 
The Galveuon Tragedy, by John Fay (///.), Cos, XXX. Nov. 33 (XXIL 

Nov, 476) 
The Story of the Galveston Disaster, by W. B. Stevens {ill.), Munsey, 
XXIV. Dec, 348 
Gal way, see under Ireland 
Qambetta, Leon Michel, x8^8— 1883 : 
A Great Tribune, bv Ex-Altach6, Critic, XXXVII. July, 73 
Gambetta's Methods of Study, by Joseph Reinach, N A R, CLXXI. July, 

55 (XXII. Aug, 179) 
Gambetta's Notes on Spencer, Buckle, and Comte, N A R, CLXXI. July, 59 
Gambler, Capt. J. W., 
On Our Military Prestige Abroad, F R, LXVIII. Oct, 559 (XXIL Oct, 

333, 369) 
On an Anglo- Russian Alliance; a Plea for Peace, F R, LXVIII. Dec, 
908 (XXIL Dec, 558) 
Gambling : 
Lotteries, Luck, Chance, and Gambling Systems, by J. Holt Schooling 

[ill.), P M M, XX. Tan, 84, Feb, 363 (XXL Mar. a88), Mar, 377 
Speculation and Gambling, hy Archdeacon Diggle, H, XV I. Ian, 18 
Gambling and Aids to Gambhng, by C. E. B. Russell and E. T. Campagnac, 

Econ R, X. Oct, 483 
The Roman Catholic Defence of Gambling ; Reply to Father Vaughan, by 

Dr. R. F. Horton, Y M. XIV. June, 193 
Mouie Carii, by jane Marlin (*//.). O M, XXXV. Apr, 353 
The Achilleon, Corfu ; a Future Rival of Monte Carlo, by Mrs. £. M. 
Lynch [i^l.). Royal, IV. Aug, 339 
Game, see Sport 

Games, see Articles under Athletics and Physical Culture, Cricket, Football, 

C.dcio, Golf, Lawn Tennis, Tennis, Racquets, Croquet, Polo, Ice-Sports, etc. 

Gann, Miss, and Her School of Art at Bloomsbury, by Grace 

Cooke {ill.\ Y W, VIII. June. 334 
Gannon's (John Patrick) "Review of Irish History," Unsigned 

Article on, Ch Q, LI. Oct, 147 
Garden City Association, by A. D. Power, H, XVI. Feb, 1x7 
Garden of Mercy— Christian Training Colony, Lingfleld, Surrey, 

by Duchess of Sutherland, C R, LXXVII. Mar, 35X (XXI. Mar, 363) 
Gardens and Gardening, see Horticulture 
Gardiner, Dr. S. R., 

••OUver Cromwell " by Dr. Gardiner, C. H. Firth on, E H, XV. Jan, X71 
OnJohnMorley's" Cromwell," C R, LXXVIIL Dec, 831 (XXIL Dec, 

571) 

On " Oliver Cromwell," by C. H. Firth, E H, XV. Oct, 803 

On Cromwell's Constitutional Aims, C R, LXXVII. Tan, 133 (XXI. Jan, 59) 
Gardner, Edmund Q., on Poems written and unencfed, M, XCV. June, 588 
Gardner's (Prof. Percy] "Exploratio EvAngelica," see under Church 

and Christianity 
Gardner, Starkie, on Old Chased and Embossed Steelwork (/7/.}, Stu, 

XXI. Nov, 105 
Garibaldi, Giuseppe, X807— 1883 : The Battle of Solferino, 1859, by 

Stephen Crane, Lipp, LXVI. Oct, 6x3 



I02 



INDEX TO THE 



GaKIBAI.DI, RlCCIOTfT. 



Gbockathv. 



Garibaldi, Ricciotti, on Monarchy and Republic in Italy, N A R, CLXXL 

Dec, 8tz 
Garland, Hamlin, Poem by,— '*The Average Man," G T, VI. June, 130 
Qamett, Miss Lucy M. J., 

Ou the Monks of Islam [ill.). Sun M, XXIX. Oct. 6s5 (XXII. Oct, 358) 

On Salonica, Turkey: a New Jerusalem (<//.), C W, LXXI. Aug, 6za 

On Women in Turkey; Their Rights and Wrongs {<//.), Cos, XXIX. 
July, 289 

On the Women of the Sultan's Harem, Q M, CCLXXXVIII. Apr, 355 

On the Gypsies of Turkey {///.), Q W, XLI. Dec, 807 

On an Armenian Wedding, Arg, LXX. Mar, 347 
Qamett, Dr. Richard, on Early Spanish-American Printing, LIbr, I. Mar, 

139 
Garnett, Dr. William, on Technical and Secondary Education, Ed R L, II. 

Jan, 98 
Garrett, Edward, see Mayo (Mrs. I. F.) 
Garrett, F. Edmund, 

On Sir Alfred Milner. and His Work, R. LXXVIII. Aug, 153 (XXII. 
Aug, 176) 

On Paul Kruger, F R, LXVII. June, X057 (XXI. June, 551) ; Same 
Article {ill.). IVIcCI, XV. June, 157 
GarrickClub, by Percy Fitzgerald. New R, VII. Jan, 33, Feb, 100, Apr, 

394, May, 361, June, 449: VlII. Oct, 316, Nov, 384 
Garton, Robert and John,— The Carton Lectures on Colonial and Indian 

Agriculture in Edinburgh University, Robert Wallace on, A Q, X. Oct, 

Qarvie's (Alfred E.) "The RItschiian Theology": 
Kent, Rev. W. H., on, D R, CXXVII. Oct. 320 
Mackintosh, Rev. H. R., on, Crit R, X. Jao, 37 
Gas: 
Modern Appliances in Gas Manufacture, by. — 

Stevenson, Fletcher W. («//.}, Felld, II. Feb, 159, Mar, 282, Apr, 389, 
May, 51X 

Stevenson, G. E. («//.)» Felld, II. Jan, 33 
The Difficulties of Control as illustrated in the History of Gas Companies, 

by Prof. J. H. Gray. A A P 8, XV. May Supplement, 33 
Modern Methods of saving Labour in Gasworks, by C. E. Brack enbury 

{iii.\ Eng T, IIL Apr, lax, May, 175, June, a?©; IV. July, 37, Sept, 

297, Oct. 36s 
Some Notes on Gas Exhibits and Lighting at the Paris Exhibition, by C. E. 

Brackenbory, Eng T, IV. Aug, 248 
Gas or Electricity for Heating, Lighting, and Power ? by Alton D. Adams, 

Cas M, XVIL Apr, 513 
Illuminating and Fuel Gas, by Wm. Paul Gerhard, Gas M, XVIL Jan, 

224 
Gas Light, by Ex Fumo Lucem, R. LXXVIII. Nov, 7x0 (XXII. Nov, 

473) 
Gas l^i{hting in Great Britain, by Milo R. Maltbie, Mun A, IV. Sept. c-^S 
The Development of the Gas Engine, by Robert S. Ball, Jr., Cas M, XIX. 

Dec, 149 
Gas Engine Progress, by C. V. Kerr {dtagratns), Eng T, IV. July, xi 
Gas Engines at thd Paris Exhibition (i^/.), Eng T, IV. Aug, 143 
Gas Engines and Electric Stations, by Alton D. Adams, Eng M, XIX. 

Apr, 38 
Gas Engines for Electric Central Stations and Isolated Plants, by Alton D. 

Adams (<//J, Cas M, XVIII. May, 54 
Gas Engine Fuels, 'IVP«^ and Uses, by Prof. C. V. Kerr, Cas M, XVIII. 

Sept. 425 
Utilizing the Waste Heat from the Gas Engine, by Alton D. Adams, 

Eng M, XIX. July. 523 
Motive Power from High-Furnace Gases, by Bryan Donkin (///.), Eng M, 

XX. Dec, 422 
Carburetied Water Gai, by Samuel Cutler, Jr. f«//.), Felld, II. Apr, 377 
Carburetted Water Gas, by C. E. Brackenbury (/^/.}, Eng T, IV. Sept, 

297 
The Diminishing Natural Ons Supply in the United States, by George E. 

Walsh (<V/.), Cas M, XVIII. May, 58 (XXI. June, 581) 
The Gas Commission of Massachusetts, by J. H. Gray, Q J Econ, XIV. 

Aug, S09 
Fifteen Years of the Gas Commission ; State Supervision in Massachusetts, 

by Walter S. Allen, Mun A, IV. Sept, 516 
Gas Works in New York City, by Gustavus Myers, Mun A, IV. Mar, 92 
Munfeipal Gas and Electricity in Halle, Westphalia, by Edmund J. James, 

Mun A, IV. Sept, 574 
Public Gas Works in Italy, by Riccardo Bachi, Mun A. IV. Sept, 505 
Gascoigne, George, about 1525—1577 : Soldier and Poet, by G. Serrell, 

T B. CXIX. Feb, 263 
Gasquet, Dom F. A., 
** Ihe Eve of the Reformation " by Dom Gasqust, see under Ref jrmation 
" The Old Erglish Bible, and Other Essays " by Dom F. A. Gasquet, 

UnMgned Article on, Ch Q. LI. Oct, 138 (XXII. Dec, 584) 
On a Commission on the Greek Ordinal in the Seventeenth Century, 

ACQ. XXV. Oct, 625 
Gaston, Edward Page, on Popocatepetl (///.), W M, XI. Mar, 504 
Gates, Ellen M. H., Poem by,— "My Rose," Harp, XL Juns, xo8 
Gates in Bronze, sse under Bronze 
Gates of Cities, see under Municipal History 
Gautier. M., and Francois Deloncle and the Great Paris Telescope 

(/VA), 8tr, XIX. Jime, 612 
Geddes, Patrick, 
On John Ruskin as Economist, Inter M, I, Mar, 280 
On Man and the Eavironmedt; i. Study from the Paris Exp}sition, 

Inter M, 11. Aug, 169 
On the Closing Paris Exhibition, O R, LXXVIII. Nov, 653 (XXII. Nov, 

454} 



Geese and Goose-Hunting : After WilJ Gesse in Manitoba, by C 

Hanbury-Williams, Black, CLXVIII. Sept. 356 
Geikie, Archibald, on Cooperation Internationale dans les Investigatioos 

G^ulogiques (in French), J Qeol, VIII. Nov, 585 
Geikie, Dr. Cunningham, 
On Isaiah of Jerusalsm its a Preacher, Horn R, XXXIX. Apr, 309: XL 

Aug, io5 
On the F.fTective Pulpit Presentation of the Parable of the Prodigal, 
Horn R, XL. Dec, 491 
Geikie, Prof. James, on a White-Hot Liquid Earth and Geological rme, 

Scot G M. XVI. Feb, 60 
Gemistus Plethon, Georgius, 1390—1491: The "Wisdom" Tnditigs 
in the Italian Renaissance, by Mrs. Cooper-Oakley, Theos R, XXVI. 
Au?, 558 ; XXVII. Sept, 33 
Gems, see Precious Stones 
Gender : 
The Origin of Gender in Language, by J. G. Frazer, F R, LXVII: Jan. jj 

(XXI. Jan, 59) 
The Personifying Passion in Youth, with Remarks upon the Sex aod 
Gander Problem, by Prof. J. H. Leuba, Mon, X. July, 536 
Genealogy fse: als} Heraldry) : 

Royal Descents ; a Supplement to the *' Legitimist Kalendar," by Manpis 
de Ruvigny anJ Kameval, Geneal M, IV. Aug, 149, Sept, 317,00,347, 
Nov, aja, Dec, 338 
Coocerniog Heirs and Heirship ; Some Instrtiction for Novelists, Qeneal M, 

IV. Sept, 189 
Family Tr^es, Family Histories, etc., noticed, see 



Fussell Family, 
Greer.e Family, 
Harvey Family, 
Joy Family, 
Kenmure (Viscoimt 

of), 
Kirkby Familv, 
Land»t7 (Earldom of}» 
Leigh Family. 
Menteith( Earldom of) 
Norwood Family, 



Raineval 'Lords sad 

Marquises of!. 
Rede or Reade 

Family, 
S>e{t esser Family, 
Stafibrd Famfly, 
Stuart ; Hott«e oC, 
Taillebois Familjr, 
Tonge Family. 
WasiunghtOQ FamBr, 
etc 



Aitkea Family, 
Bartlett Family, 
Beatson Family, 
Bois Family, 
Brigstocke Family, 
Carnarvon (Earldom 

oO, 
Carteret Family. 
Chisholm Family, 
Dymoke Family, 
Easton F.<mily, 
Fife (Dukejom of), 
General Armstrong fAmsrican Privateer) and Capt. Reid, 1814, br 

Cyrus T. Brady («//.), McCI, XV. June, z86 
Generals, see under Armies 

Genesis, Book of, se: under Bible and Biblical Criticism 
Genettes, Charles El^onore Dufriche det, 1778^x8'^ : A Regomaiar 

of the Faith in France, by Miriam C. Harris, C W, LXX. Feb, 64 x 
Geneva : 
Geoeva and Its Associations, by H. Ward (///.), Lud, X. Jun-, 140 
Fran9ois Bonivard (1493— 1570) : the True Story of the Prisoner of Chilka, 
by Baronne A. van Amstel, N C, XLVII. May, 8>i (XXI. Mav, 4801 
Geneva University : Thomas Cartwright and Andrew Melville at tk 

University of Geneva, 1569-74, A H, V. Jan, 284 
Genius : 
The Source of Genius, by I. Hooper, H, XVIL Aug, too 
Degeneracy and Genius, by Dr. J. G. Kiernan, H, XVI. Mar, 198 
Genius and Regeneration, by Hudson Maxim, A, XXIII. Apr, 435 
Genoa : 
O.d Genoa, by Rev. P. H. Ditchfield, Ant, XXXVI. Jan, 19 
The Campo Santo of Genoa ; the Most Remarkable Cemetery in the Werti, 
by H. B. Vogel (zV/.), P M, IX. June, 594 
Gent, Thomas. 1693^x778 : Printer, Bookseller, and Bookmaker, by B. 

Wood, Libr A R, II. May, 235 
Gentleman and Scholar, by Ephraim Emerton, A M, LXXXV. Jnae, 

773 (XXII. July. 60) 
Geoffrin, Madame, (Marie T. Rodet). 1699— 1777 : A Woman of the Sakns, 

by S. G. Tallentvre, Long, XXXVII. Dec. i«5 (XXIL Dec, sSa) 
Geography (see also Articles under Local History. Maft», Geology, Phrsica] 
Geography, Africa, Arctic Exploration, Antvctic Ejcploration, etc; : 
Teachms of Geography : 
The Ignorance of Education and the Project of an Intsmatiooal Uoivvr- 

sity, by Prof. A. Heilprin. F, XXIX. Mar, 71 (XXI. Apr, 375) 
Geography in the Cambridge Junior Local Syllabus, by F. W. Lacas, 

Ed RL, II. May, 973 
The Teaching of Elementary Geography, by A. W. Gundry, P R, XL 

Mar, z68 
Geography at the Exhibition of Scottish Educational Work fur Pans 

Exposition, 190D, by W.S.B.. Scot Q M, XVI. Feb, los 
School Maps, by H. O. Amold-Forster, Ed T, LIII. Apr, 179 
** Lehrbuch der Geographie " by Hermann Wagner, Dr. Hugh R. MJl 
on, G J. XV. June, 6a6 
The Seventh International Geograohical Congress in Berlin, 18J9; Report 

by Rev. S. A. Steiutha', J Man G 8, XV. June, 2^5 
Anniversary Address to the Royal Geocraphical Society, June, 2900, by Sir 

Clements R. Markham. G J, XVI. July, i 
Opening Address to the Geagraphical Soaety, Nov., 1900, by Sir CksMsts 

R. Markham, G J. XVI. Deo, 597 
Geo.!raphy at the Hriii-^h Association, Bradford, 1^00; Reports, Q J, XVI. 

Oct, 441 ; Scot G M, XVI. Oct, 573 
Political Geography and the Empire ; Presidential Address to the* 
Geographical Section of the British Association, 1900, by Sir George 5. 
Robertson, G J, XVI. Oct, 447 ; Same Article, Scot Q M, XVI. Oct, 
561 
Geographical Literature of the Month; Bibliography, by Dr. Hugh K* 
Mill, G J, XV. Jan, 77, Feb, 187, Mar. 290, Apr. 439/May, 54 ^, Jiise, 
6*k>: XVI. July, ir8. Aug. 24a, Seot. 350. Oct, 483, Nov, 569, Dx, 094 
List of Current Bo:>ks, etc., J Man G 6, XV. June, 36a 



GsoGRA p HV.— ContiDded. 



PERIODICALS OF 1900. 



Gbology.— Continued; 



lOJ 



(leogr«phy— continued. 

''Outlines of Military Geogritphy *' by T. Miller Maguire : 

Col. Sir T. H. Holdich on, U J, XV. Mar, 939 

Unsigned Article on, Scot Q M, XVT. Mar, 138 
The Development of Habitable Lands: an Essay in AnthropogeoRraphy, 

by Dr. Hugh R. Mill, Scot Q M, XVI. Mar. 12: (XXI. Apr. 369) 
Narres -f Places, by Sir Herbert Maxwell, Black, CLXVII. Apr, 597 
Biver Terminology, by Ralph Richardson, Scot Q M, XVI. June, 368 
Names and Places in South Africa, by Rev. W. Greswell, G W, XLI. May, 

348 
Dr. Mill and the Geography of Sussex, see under Sussex 
Local History, Local Mnps, etc., see Local Histrry 
Obituary of Travellers, etc., 1899, Scot Q M, XVI. Jan, 39 
Explorers and Travellers noticed, see 

^lundell (Herbert Fitzgerald (E. A.). Nanssn (Dr.), 

W.), Grog..n(K. S.), Peary (Lieut. Robert 

CaofD.), Hudson (H.;, E.), 

Codrington (Robert), Mackinder (H. J.\ Polo (Marco), 

Cook(Capt}, Monaco (Prince Vines (Stuart), etc. 

Dias (B.), Albert of], 

QeolosY (see also Articlei under Geography, Physical Geography, Anthro- 
pology, Volcanoes, Glaciers, Earthquakes, e:c.) : 
Igneous Rocks : 
Suggestions regarding the Classification of the Igneous Rocks, by 

William H. Hobbs [diifframs), J Qeol. VIII. Feb. i 
The Nomendattue of FelospathicGranolites, by H. W. Turner, J Geol, 

VIII. Mar, 105 
Diagram of Composition of Igneous Rocks, by H. Warth {<iiagrtttHs\ 

Geol M, VII. June, 373 
The Composition of Kulaite, by Henry S. Washington, J Qeol, VIII. 

Nov, 610 , 

The Order of Corsolidatinn of the Mineral Constituents of Igneous 

Rocks, by Prof. W. J. Sollas, Qeol M, VII. July, 295 
Gneous Rock Series and Mixed Igneous Rocks, by Alfred Harker, 

J Geol, VIII. Aug. 389 
Succession and Relation of Lavas in the Great Basin Region, by J. £. 

Spurr, J Qeol, VIII. Nov, 6ax 
Gr.nnitic Rocks of the Pikes Peak Quadrangle, by Edward B. Mathews, 

(ma/ and /7/.). J Qeol. VIII. May, 2x4 
On Nepheline-Syenite at d Its Associ.ites in the North-West of Scotland, 

by J. J. H. 1 eall. Qeol M, VII. Sept, 385 
On a Granophyre Dvke intrusive in the Gabbro o' Ardnamurchan, 

by Prof. K. Bu<z, Qeol M, VII. Oc , 4^6 
On the Occurrence of a Blue Amphibole in a Hornblende Kersantite 

from Co. Down, by Henry J. Seymcur 'iil.)^ Qeol M. VII. June, 357 
On the Probable Occurrence ofaLnrge Area of Nepheline-l'earing Rocks 

on the Northeast Coast cf Lake Superior, by Frank D. Adams, J Qeol, 

VIII. June, 321 
Summaries of Current North American Pre-Cambrian Literature, by C. K. 

Leith, J Qeol, VIII. Aug. 433, Oct, sza 
On Rhadinichthys Monensls Eeerton, »nd Its Distribution in the York- 
shire Coalfield by Edgar D. Wellbum (ill.), Qeol M. VII. June, 960 
A North American Epicontinental Sea of Jurassic Age, by W. N. Logan, 

J Geol. VIII. May, 214 
IJmestore and the Cretaceous System (see also Marlle, and Subheading 

Fossils below) : 
A Histtry of Chalk, by Edward A. Martin (iV/.), Sc Q, VI. Jan, 235, 

Mar, 306, Apr, 336 
Derived Limestones, bv Prof. W. J. Sol'ns, Qeol M, VII. June, 948 
Kinderhook Stratigraphy, by Charles R. Keyes, J Qeol, VIII. June, ^15 
On Sandstone Pipes in the Carboniferous I imestoue at Lwlban Pomt, 

E^st Anglesey, by K. Greenlv iul.)^ Qeol M, VII. Jan. 70 
On Deflected Glacial Stria: at Dwlban Point, East Anglesey, by Edward 

Greenly [ill.), Qeol M. VII. Jan. 24 
Note on a Boring through the Chalk and Gault near Dieppe, by A. J. 

Jukes-Browne, Qeol M, VII. Inn, 25 
Patellina- Limestone from Egypt, by F. Chapman (///.), Qeol M, VII. 

Jan, 3 
Ihe S-henandoah and Martinsburg Shale, by Charles S. Prosser, J Qeol, 

VIII. Nov, 647 
The Calcareot's Concretions of Kettle Point, I.ambton Cx>unty, Ontario, 

by Reginald A. Daly (///.), J Qeol, VIII. Mar. 135 
The Kocene of North America West of the xcoth Meridian (Greenwich), 

by James H. Smith, J Qeol, VIII. Aug, 444 
Glacial Period, Ice Age, and l-leistocene System : 

Col. Feilden'«« ConiriLutions to Glacial lieology, by Prof. T. G. Bonney, 

Qeol M, VII. July, 289 
The Local Origin of Glacial Drift, by R. D. Salisbury, J Qeol, VIII. 

Aug. 426 
Paul Tutkcwski on the Origin of Loess, Scot Q M, XVI. Mar, 171 
A Note en the I^st Stige of the Ice Age in Central Scandinavia [ill.), 

by Hans Reusch, J Qeol, VIII. June, 326 
The Glacial Paiagoniie- Formation of Iceland, by Helgi Pjetursson 

{diazriMs)^ Scot Q M, XVI. May. 265 
Glacial Grooves and Striae in Suutheastern Nebraska, by Erwin H. 

Barbour [ill.), J Qeol, VIII. June. 309 
Pleistocene Shells from the Raised Bench Deposits cf the Red Sea, by 

R. Bullen Newton [ill.), Qeol M, VII. Nov, 503, Dec, 544 
Prehistoric Man in Holdcrness, Yorkshire, by 1*. Shcppard (1//.}, Ant, 

XXXVI. Feb, 38, M.ir, 80 
Fc Bsils. Miscellaneous : 

Notes on the Ce logy and Fossils of Some Devonian Rocks ou the 

North Coast of Cornwall, by Howard Fox [ilD. Qeol M, VI I . Apr, 145 
Oo the Fauna of the Upper Cassian Zone in Falzmego Valley, S«.uth 

Tyrol, by Dr. M. M. Oi^ilvie Gordon, Qeol M, VII. Aug, 337 



Qeoloey — continued. 
Fossils, Miscellaneous — continued. 



The Baltic Amber Mines, by M. Lane, Sc Q, VI. Feb, 373, Apr, 331 
ossil-Hun ' 
Jan, 365 



Fossil-Hunting in Wyoming, by Howard W. bell {ill.), Cos. XXVIII. 



a73. 
, Cc 



Studies in Edrioasteroidea, by F. A. Bather [ill,), Qeol M, VII. May, 

'93 
Fossil Insects : Butterflies of the Palsearctic Region, by Dr. Heniy C. 
Lang (///.), Sc Q, VI. Jan, 236, Feb, 263, Mar, 397, Apr, 333, May, 
357: VII. June, 10, July, 39, Aug, 71, Sept, 112, Oct, 145, Nov, 170^ 
Dec, 199 
Fo!iBil Plants : 
^'Studies in Fossil Botany" by Dr. D. H. Scott, R.K. on, Qeol M, 

VII. Dec, 567 
Growth in sita of Coal PlanU, by W. S. Gresley {ill.), Qeol M, VIL 

Dec, 538 
Plant-Stems in the Gjlttannen Gneiss, by Prof. T. G. Bonney, Qeol M, 

VII. May, 315 

Baron Toll on New Siberia and the Circuropolar Tertiary Flora, by 
Prince P. Kropotkin, Q J, XVI. July, 95 
Fossil Reptiles: 
Note en a Tortoise from the Wealden of the Isle of Wight, by 

Reginald W. Hooley {ill.), Qeol M, VII. June, 363 
A New Srecies of Chdontan from Egypt, by Charles W. Andrews [HI.), 
Qeol M, VII. Jan, 1 
Fossil Fishes : 
The Bearings of Fossil Ichthyology on the Problem of Evolution, by Dr. 

Ram«av H. Traquair, Qeol M, VII. Oct, 463 
" Fossil Fishes in the Silurian Rocks of the South of Scotland " by Dr. 
Ramsay H. Traquair, A. Smith Woodward on [ill.), Qeol M, VII. 
Feb, 66 
Dentition of Some Devonian Fishes, by C. R. Eastman {ill. ), J Qeol, 

VIII. Feb, 33 f 

Notes on Drepanaspis Gmui denensis, SchlQter, by Dr. R. H. Traquair 

(1//.). Qeol M, VII. Apr, 153 
On RhaJinichthys Monensis. Egerton, and Its Distribution in the 

Yorkshire Coalfield, by Edgar D. Wellburn {ill.), Qeol M, Vil. 

June. 260 
New Fcssil Bird and Fish Remains from the Middle Eocene of Wvoming, 

by Chrrles R. Eastman [i(l.), Qeol M, VIL Feb, 54 
Fossil Shells and Crustaceans : 
Mesodromilites Biileyifrom the Gault of Folkestone, Kent, by Dr. Henry 

Woodwprd If//.), Qeol M. VII. Feb, 61 
Res' oration of Stylonnrus Lacoanus, a Giant Arthropod from the Upper 

Devonian of the United States, by Prof. Charlei £. Beecher [ill.), 

Qeol M, VII. Nov, 481 
Further Notes on Podophthalmous Cmstaceans from the Upper Cretaceous 

Formation of British Columbia, etc., by Dr. Henry Woodward (li^/.), 

Qeol M, VII. SepL 3<;3, Oct, 433 
Foraminifera of the Formbv and leasowe Marine Beds, by T. Mellard 

Reide (///.), Qeol M, VIL Mar. 97 
Catalogue of the Known Foraminifera from the Chalk and the Chalkmarl 

of the South and South-Fastem Counties of England, by Prof T. 

Rupert Jones. Qeol M, VII. May. 23^ 
Note on the Horizon and Locality of Nautilus Truncatus of Sowerby, by 

G. C. Crick. Qeol M. VII. Nov, 514 
A New Carboniferous Cephalopod: Woodwardian Musetmi Notes, by F. 

R. CoHnper ReeH [ill.), Qeol M, VII. Mar, 105 
Tertiarv Foraminiferal Limestones from Sinai, by Frederick Qiapman 

(///.),' Qeol M, VII. July, 308, Aug, 367 
Plei<tocene Shells from the Raised ^ach Deposits of the Red Sea: with 

Bibliography by R. Bullen Newton (///.), Qeol M, VII. Nov, 500, 

Dec, <;44 
Fo8>il Birds : New Fossil Bird and Fifh Remains from the Middle Eocene 

of Wyomine, by Claries R. Eastman (///.), Qeol M, VII. Feb, 54 
Fossil Animals : 
The Hiogenetic Law from the Standpoint of Palaeontology, by James P. 

Smith, J Qeol, VIII. Aug, 41^ 
Salter's Undescribed Species ; WoodwarJian Museum Notes, by F. R. 

Cowper Reed, Qeol M, VII. Julv, 303 
On the British Species of the 6eaus Conocoryphe : Woodwardian 

Museum Notes, dv F. R. Cowper Reed, Qeol M, VII. June, 350 
On the Habitat of the Early Vertebrates, by T. C. Chamberlin, J Qeol, 

VIII. Au7, 400 
Fossil Rfldiolaria, by Dr. G. J. Hinde, Qeol M, VII. June. 350 
On Hyperodapedon Gordoni, by Prof. Rudolf Barckhardt [ill.), QeOl M, 

VII. Nov, 486, Dec. 529 
On Some Remains of Cryptocleidus from the Kellaways Rock, by Thomas 

Sheppard, Qeol M, VII. Dec, S3S 
A Su^nmary cf Our Present Knowledge of Extinct Primates from 

Madagascar, by Dr. C. I. Forsyth Major, Qeol M, VII. Nov, 

492 
Fossil Mammalia from Egypt, by Dr. C. W. Andrews, Qeol M, VII. 

Sept, 40Z 
A Notice of a New Area of Devonian Rocks in Wisconsin, by 

Charles E. Monroe, J Qeol, VIII. June. 313 
The Tiuth about the Mammoth, by Frederic A. Lucas, McCI, XIV. 

Feb. 3^9 
Pre-Histjric Monsters, by Rev. H. N. Hutchinson [ill.), P M, X. Dec, 

578 
Bibliography : 
Summaries of Current North American Pre-Cmbrian Literature, by C. 

K. Leith, J Qeol. VIII. Aug. 433, Oct. 512 
Pleistocene Shells from the Raised Beach Deposits of the Red Sea, by 

R. Bullen Newton [ill.), Qeol M, VII. Dec, 557 



I04 



INDEX TO* THE 



GsoLOGY.— Continued. 



Gbkmany and Prussia. 



Qeolosy —continued. 
Miscellaneous : 
Proposed International Geologic Institute, by T. C. Chamberlin, J Qeol, 

VIII. Nov, 596 
Cooperation Internationale dans les Investigations G^ologiquss (in 

French', by Archibald Geikie, J Qeol, VIII. Nov, 585 
Address to the Geological Section of the British Association, by Prof. W. 

J. Sollas, Geo! M, VII. Oct, 449 
Recent Progress in Geology, by A. C. I^wson, Inter M, II. Oct, 403 
'* History ofGeology and Palaeontology up to the End of the Nineteenth 
Century " by Karl Alfred von Zittel, Unsigned Article on, Qeol M, 
VII. Feb, 73 
A Word on Geological Hypothesis, by Prof. H. Macaulay Posnett, 

Qeol M, VII. July. 298 
A White>Hot Liquid Earth and Geological Time, by Prof. James Geikie, 

Scot Q M, XVI. Feb, 60 
"An Estimate of the Geological Age of the Earth" by Prof. J. Joly, 
Rev. O. Fisher on, Qeol M, VII. Mar, 124 ; and Reply to, by Prt^f. 
J. Joly, Qeol M, VII. May. 220 
The Age of the English Wealdcn Series, by G. W. Lamplugh, Qeol M, 

VII. Oct, 443 
The Age of the Rnised Beach of Southern Britain as seen in Gower, 

Wales, by R. H. Tiddeman, Qeol M, VII. Oct, 441 
On the Age of the Later Dykes of Anglesey, by Edward Greenly 

[diagrams), Qeol M, VII. Apr, z6o 
Firstfruits of a Geological Examination of Snowdon, by J. R. Dakyns, 

Qeol M, VII. June, 267 
Some Snowdon Tarns, by J. R. Dakyns, Qeol M, VII. Feb, 58 
Modern Denudation in North Wales, by J. R. Dakyns, Qeol M, VII. 

Jan, 18 
The Rate of Elrosion of Some River Valleys, by C. C. Brittlebank, 

Qeol M, VII. July, 320 
Report on the Drift at Moel Tryfaen, by E. Gfttenly (ill.), Qeol M, VII. 

Mar, lis 
Geology around Barmouth, by John H. Cooke [ill.), 8c Q, VII. June, 6, 

July. 43 
Geolosy in Antrim, by E. Reginald Sawer [til ). 8c Q, VII. Dec, 2oz 

An Attempt to test the Nebular Hypothesis by the Relations of Masses 

and Momenta, by T. C. Chamberlin, J Qeol, VIII. Feb, 58 
The Origin of Land-Frrms through Crust-Torsion, by Dr. M. M. Ogilvie 

Gordon <//.\ Q d. XVI. Oct, 457 
The Shrinkage of Britain, by H. Mncfarlane, Q W, XLI. Nov, 763 
Constituents of Lands and I.onms, Plateau Gravels, Sevenonks, by 

Frederick Chapman, Qeol M, VII. Sept, 404 
The Properties of Building Stones and Methods of dettr mining Their 

Value, by E. R. Buckley, J Qeol, VIII. Mar, 160, June, 3^3, Oct, 

Sa6 
The Development of Brown Mica from Aufrite by Reaction with 

FeLspathic Material, bv James Pars'-nj>, Qeol M. VII. Jttly. 316 
A Greywether at South Kensington, by H. B. Woodward (<//.}, Qeol M, 

VII Dec, 543 
The Stone Curtain at Roxby, by Henry Preston [HI.), 8c Q, VII. Dec, 

IC3 
"The Scientific Study of Scenery " by J. E. Marr, Unsigned Article on, 

Qeol M. VII. Sept, 4*3 
Across the Downs, by Prof. Grenville A. J. Cole, K, XXIII. Apr, 8) 
Anu as Geologic Agents in the Tropics, by John C Eranner {01.), 

J Qeol, VIIL Mar, 151 
Diamonds, see Diamonds 
Flint Implements, see under Anthropology 
Foreign, not referred to above : 
The Heart of Dauphin*, France, by Prof. GrcnviUe A. J. Cole, K, XXIII. 

Dec, 371 
The French Pyrenees; the Land of the Bastides, by Prof. Grenville A. J. 

Cole, K, XXIII. Aug. 187 
The Geology of Bad Nauheim and Its Ihermal Salt-Springs, by A. 

Vaughan Jennings [ill), Qeol M, VII. Aug, ^49 
Contrasts in Bavaria, by Prof. Grenville A. J. Cole, K, XXIII. 

June, xai 
The Borders of the Karsf, by Prof. Grenville A. J. Cole [ill.), K, XXIII. 

Oct, 2x8 
The Buried Alps, by Prof. GrenvUle A. T. Cole. K. XXIII. Feb, 41 
The Cr.idle of the Human Race in North Central .Asia, by Samuel 

Waddington, N 0. XLVIII. Nov, 801 fXXII. Nov, 475) 
Indian Geology, by R. Bruce Foote, Qeol M, VII. Feb, 77 
Geological Notes in Orange River Colony, bv Major B. M. Skinner {tnap 

and ///.), 8c Q, VII. July, 33, Sept. 103, Oct, 134 
** Geological Survey of Canada " by G. M. Dawson, Arthur H. Foord on, 
Qeol M, VII. Apr. 177 
United States not referred to above : 
The Origin of Nitrates in Cavern Earths, by William H. Hess, J Qeol, 

VIIL Mar, 129 
The Origin of the D^bris-Covercd Mesas of Boulder, CokrAdo, by 

Willis T. Lee, J Qeol, VIIL Oct, «i04 
Littlefield Lake, Mich. ; a Remarkable Marl Lake, by Charles A. Davis, 

J Qeol, VIIL Oct, 498 
The Illinois Glacial Lobe, by T.C.C., J Qeol, VIIL June. 362 
Results of Tests of 'Wisconsin Building Stone, bv E. K. Buckley, J Qeol, 

VIIL Oct, 526 
The Geology of the White Sands of New Mexico, by C. L. Herrick 

{map and ill.), J Qeol, VIIL Mar, tta 
On the Naparima Rocks, Trinidad, by R. J. Lechmere Guppy, Qeol M, 

VII. July, 322 
Geologists noticed, s e Fisher (Rev. O.), Orton (Prof. EM ward), Thomson 
(James), etc. 



Qeometery, Teaching of, — Measurement and Simple Surv^ring : an Ex« 
perimcnt in the 1 eacning of Elementary Geometry, by BenchaB Bnmfsni 
[diagrams), J Ed, XXII. Feb, 124 

Qeorge, St., (died about 30^', Miss Edith Sellers en, Arg, LXX. Apr, 46S 

Qeorge I. of England. Reign of, 1714—1727 : 

Sophie Dorothea of Zcll; the Prisoner of Ahidcn (ill.), L R, VII. Jan, 



The Foreign Policy of England under Walpole, by Basil Williams, E H, 

XV. Apr, 251, July, 479, Oct, 665 
Qeorge II. of England, Reign of, 1727—1760 : 
Col. Cradock's Missions to Egypt, 1727 and Z728, by Prof. Alfred Sterr, 

E H, XV. Apr, 277 
The Fall of Quebec, 1759, by Rev, Cyrus T. Brady McCI, XV. Jnly, 

267 
Chatham's Colonial Policy, by Hubert Hall, A H, V. July. 65<> 
Qeorge III. of England, Reign of, 1760—1820 (see also Cocbraae 

(Adm. Lord), Napoleon, Nelson (Lord), O'Brien (Hon. John;. 

Wellington (Duke of ) ) : 
The American War of Independence, 1773 — 1783, see under Independeace 

(War of) 
The Earl of Chatham's Colonial Policy, by Hubert Hall, A H, V. July, 

659 
" How Enf[land saved Europe, 1793—1815," by Dr. W. H. Fltcfaett, see 

under Napoleon I. 
The Capture of Capetown, 1795, by M iss E. M. Symcnds, Long, XXXVL 

Oct, 526 (XXII. Oct, 373) 
A I'ransport Cruise to the Cape in 179^1 by Mrs. Ord Marshall, Lon^ 

XXXVI I. Dec, 147 
When :;nd Why did We first take Delhi, z8c3, by Major-Gen. Beresford 

Loveit imrtPs), J U 8 I I, XXIX. Jan, 43 
Wellesley's (Duke of Wellington) Campaign in the Deccan, 1803, by Cape 

R. G. Burt )n [mafis], J U 8 I I, XXIX. Oct, 363 
Prisoners of War in Porchester a Century Ago, by Rev. G. N. Goodwin, 

Ant, XXXVL Aug, 241, Dec, 374 
English Midshipmen and French Irisons, 1807, by Eveline C. Godler, 

Long, XX.XVI. Aug, 321 (XXII. Aug, 16:) 
The Peninsular Campaign, 1S08 — 1814, see under Spain 
The War of 1812, see under American History 
The Waterloo Campaign, 18 15. see Waterloo Campaign 
Qeorge IV., Reign of, 1820 — 1830 (see also Cocurane (Adm. Lord'! ) : 
A Royal Visit to Ireh-nd, 1821, by Michael MacDonagh, F R, LXVIL .\pr, 
649 (XXI. Apr. 3f5; 
Qeorge, Henry, (1^^39—1897', and the 8ingie Tax, see under Land 
Qeorge, William R., and the Junior Republic, &ee Junior Republic 
Qeorge Yard Mission and Qeorge Holland : An Apostle of the East 

End, by G. Holden Pike [ill.), 8un H, Nov, 43 
Qeorgia, United 8tates (see also Atl:inta) : 
A Deer-Hunt on the Coast of Georgi.n, by C. Wayne Cunningham (aZ/.;, O, 
XXXV. Jan, 370 
Qeorgian Bay, see Ontario under Canada 
Qeorgics of Virgil, see under Virgil 
Qermain, M., and His Telephone : The Telephone cf the Future, by G. 

A. Raper («//.), W M, XII. Oct. 510 (XXII. Oct, 357) 
German Language and Literature: 
American College Entrance Requirements in French and German, by 

Horatio S. White, Ed R A, XIX. Feb, 143 
The Evolutionary Trend of German Literary Criticism, by R. Frsncke. 

Inter M, 11. Dec, 612 
German Literature and the Woman Movement, by Fraulein A. von Mikfe, 

H. XVL Mar, 203 (XXL Mpr, 286) 
Modern German Lyric Poetry, by Count S. C. de Soissons, C R, L.XXVII. 

Apr. 571 
The Poets of Young Germsny, by A. von Ende [ill.). Critic, XXXVL 

Feb, lao, Mar, 238 
Wayland the Smith, by Karl Blind. 8cot R, XXXV. Apr, 250 
The N ibelungenlied, by Miss M. Watsrn, D R. CXXVL Apr, 297 
Wagner's Dramas, see under W^agner (Richard) 
The Romance of the Kilter von Siaufenberg and FouquC's ** Cndine,"' by 

L. Chy, Man Q, XIX. Oct, 3^8 
The German Drama, see under Theatres and the Drama 
German Newspapers, by Hemy W. Fischer [iil.), Bkman A, X. Jan. 437 
An Early German News-Pamphlet, 1530, W.E. A. Axon on, Ant, XXXVL 

Sept, 973 
German Writers noticed, see 
Burger (G. A.), Hauptmann fG.1, Schopenhauer 'A.', 

Fichte (J. G.), Hegel (O. W. F.), Soinoza (B.), ' 

Fouqu6 (F. H. K., Heine fH.), Sudermann JH.), 

Baron de la Motte), Kant [\.), Uhland (J. L. \' 

Goethe (J. W. von), I^ibnitz (G. W.), Wellhaosen (Dr. Jj, 

Hbuptmann (Carl), Ritschl (.\.), etc. 

Germanic Race : 
Slavery in Germanic Society during the Middle Ages, by Agnes M. 

Wergebnd. J P Econ, IX. Dec, 98 
The Ancient Teutonic Priesthood, by H. Munro Chadwick, F L, XI. Sept. 
268 
Germany and Prussia : 
Politics, etc. : 

Modem Political Germany, by Iheodor Batth, Inter M, II. Aug, xq6 
A letter from Germany, by William C. Dreher, A M, L.XXXV. 

Mar, 301 
Pebel and von Vollmar, by Prof. GecTg Brandes, H, XVI. Apr, »»q 
Wilhdm Liebknecht, by B. O. Flower, A, XXIV. Kov, C45 
Count von Waldcrsee in 1870, by Col. Lonsdale Hale, C R, LXXVIII. 

Oct, 590 ;XXIL Oct, 3;9) 
Bismarck and the German Empire, W R, CLIII. Mar, 983 



Gekhany and Prussia. — Continued. 



PERIODICALS OF 1900. 



Germany, Emperor William II. op. 



I OS 



Qermany and Prussia — continued. 
Politics, etc. — continued. 

Bismarck as a Maker of Empire, by Prof. W. M. Sloane, P 8c Q, XV. 

Dec, 647 
A French View of the German Empire, by Pierre dc Coubertin (i//.), 

R R A, XXI. Feb, 177 (XXI. Feb, 150) 
Shall Slav, Teuton, or Anglo-Saxon prevail 7 by Roscoe W. Grant, A A, 

III. Jan, 35 
The Forei3n Policy of the German Empire, by Sir Rowland Blenner- 

hassett, Nafc R, XXXVI. Sept. 37 (XXII. Sept, 375) 
Enslami and the European Powers, by Prof. Hans Ddbrflck, N A R, 

CLXX. Jan, 25 
^ Germany and England, by Dr. Julius Rodenberg, Q R, CXCI. Apr, 560 

(XXI. June. 556) 
*" England and Germany, by Dr. Theodor Barth, C R, LXXVII. May, 6ao 

(XXI. May, 478) ^ 
^ Englxmd and Germany, M R, I. Dec, aa (XXII. Dec, 574) 
German Feeling toward England and America, by llieodor Mommsen, 

N A R, CLXX. Feb, 340 
Anti-English Feeling among the Germans and Its Causes, by Prof. F. 

Max Miller, F. XXX. Sept, x (XXII. Oct, 383) 
The Present Feeling in Germany towards England, by a German Lady, 

Nat R, XXXIV. Feb, 867 (XXI. Feb, 144) 
First Lessons of the War in South Africa ; a Blow to Germany, by H. W. 

Wilson, Nat R, XXXV. Apr, S04 (XXI. Apr. 347) 
Germany, Eneland, and America, by Poultney Bigelow, C R, LXXVII. 

June, 881 (XXI. June, 575) 
Germany and the Powers in China, see under China 
The Anglo-German Agreement, see under China 
The Moral and SocialTasks of World Politics (" Imperialism ") by Dr. 

Phil. Max Maurenbrecher, A J 80c, VI. Nov, 307 
Kiao-Chau ; Germany's First Colony in China, by Poultney Bigelow 

m.\ Harp, XXXIX. Mar. ^^^ 
Kiaochou ; a German Colonial Experiment, by Chas. Denby, Jr., F, 

XXIX. July, 572 (XXI T. Aug, 148) 
Official German Colonization, by Poultney Bigelow, O M, XXXVI. 

Dec, 552 
Germany and Samoa, see under Samoa 
Army and Navy, see imder Armies, Navies 
Finance, Commerce, Industry, etc. : 

The German Coinage Act of 1900, by O. M. W. Sprague, Q J Econ, 

XV. Nov, 147 
Some Remarks on the Financial Position in Germany, by F. Moob, 

Bank, LXX. De?, 739 
The Imperial Bank of Germany, 1899, Bank, LXX. Aug, 217 
Variations in Rate charged by the Imperial Bank of Germany, 1844 — 



180Q, Bank, LXX. Sept, 33a 
helNe 



The New German Bank Law, by Sidney Sherwood, Q J Econ, XIV. 

Feb, 370 
The Promotion of Companies and the Valuation of Assets according to 

German Law. by Ernest Schuster, Econ J, X. Mar, i 
The Berlin Produce Exchange, by Prof. A. W. Flux, Econ J, X. June, 

Jlie Struggle for Industrial Supremacy, by Benjamin Taylor, F R, 

LXVIII. Oct, 639(XXIL Oct. 380; 
The Economic Revolution in Germany, by Ernest K Williams, Nat R, 

XXXV. Auar, 92a (XXII. Aug, 155) 
The United States' Relations with Germany, by William C. Fox, F, 

XXIX. July. 5x3 (XXII. AuK, i8o) 
Canada and the German 'I'arifT Treaty ; the Sacrifice of Canada, by 

Ernest E. Williams, Nat R, XXXVI. Nov. 430 (XXII. Nov, 



473 



% 



The German Wool Trade, J B A, VI. Mar. 507 

The Baltic Amber Mines, by M. Lane, 8c Q, VI. Feb. 373 

Tlie Importation of Meat into Germany, J B A, VII. Sept, 340 

Tlte Glass Works of Jena ; a New Venture in Practical Philanthropy, 

by Ray S. Baker ((//.), McCI, XV. Oct, 544 
Dresden China, see under Pottery 
German Decorative Art at the Paris Exhibition, see under Arts and 

Crafts 
Forestry in Prussia, by W. Mayes, Land M, IV. Aug, 568 
A German School of Forestry, by A. AUsebrook (iV/.), Land M, IV. Sept, 

603 
Railways : 

llie Wupper Valley Single Line Electric Railway ; the Most Remarkable 

Railway in the World, by F. A. Talbot {UL), E I, XXIV. Oct. 25 
The German Railway across Asia Minor to the Persian Gulf, se; under 

Turkey in Asia 
Shipping, Canals : 

The Deuischland : Building a German Ocean -Greyhound, by Ray S. 

Baker [iU.\ McCr, XV. Sept, 432; Same Article {UL), 8tr, XX. 

Dec, 67a 
The Deuischland^ by H. J. Shepstone («//.), Harms, V. Nov, 357 
Electric Cranes in German Harbours, by Louis J. Magee [UL). Cas M, 

XVIII. Aug. 267 
The Rhine-Elbe Canal, by Prof. J. H. Gore {map), R R A, XXI. 

Apr, 457 
Municipal Government, Social Questions, etc. : 
Political Clubs in Prussian Cities, by Robert C. Brooks, Mun A, IV. 

June, 375 
Municipal Government in Berlin, A A P 8, XV. May, 477 
The City Council of Berlin, by Edmund J. James, A J 80c, VI. 

Nov, 407 
Street Rsiilway Policy in Berlin, by E. J. James, A A P 8, XV. May. 

437 



Qermany and Pruxsia— continued. 

Municipal Go%'ernm;nt, Social Questions, etc. — continued. 
Halle-on-the-Saal ; the Government of a Typical Prussian City, by E. J. 

James, A A P 8. XV. May, 313 
Municipal Gas and Electricity in Halle, Westphalia, by Edmund J. 

James, Mun A, IV. Sept, 574 
I'he Recent Campaign against Labour Organizations in Germany, by 

Max Maurenbrecher, A J 80c, V. Jan, az\ 
Public Employment Offices in the United States and Germany, by E. L. 

Bogart, 6 J Econ, XIV. May, :^4x 
More Workmen's Compensation Legislation in Germany, by H. W. 

Wolff, Econ R, X. Apr, 241 
Some Impressions of Berlin, by Charles de Kay (i?/.}, Cos, XXVIII. 

Jan, 315 
Growth of National Feeling in Germany, by Carina C Eaglesfield, A, . 

XXIV. Sept, ■^31 
The People's Theatre in Berlin, by Miss Edith Sellers, C R, LXXVII. 

June, 870 (XXI. June. 570) 
Dorothea Christine Erxleben ; the First Lady Doctor of Medicine in 

Germany, by W. G. Field. J Ed, XXII. Oct, 648 
Inner Missions of the Church of Germany, by Prof. G. H. Schodde, 

Mis R, XIIL Aug. 610 
The Catholic Missionaries from France and Germany, by Dr. Thomas J. 

Shahan, C W, LXXII. Oct, 34 
The Passion Play at Oberammergau, see Oberamtcergau 
Education, see under Education 

The German Library System, by T. E. Maw, LIbr W, III. Nov, 1x3 
'I'he Frankfort Book-Mart, by Geo. Smith, LIbr, 1. Mar, 267 
German Literature, see German Literature 
German Newspapers, by Henry W. Fischer (i//.), Bkman A, X. Jan, 

437 
German Theatres and the Drama, see under Theatres and the Drama 

German Art, see under Art 

German Music, see under Music 

Descriptive and Miscellaneous (see also Bavaria, Saxony (Kmgdom of) ) : 

Has Architecture gone mad in Germany! by J. C. Paget, Arch Rev, 

VIII. Dec, 349 

An Irishman in Schleswig-Holstein, by X., N I R, XIV. Oct, 65, Dec, 

333 

Hamburg ; a City on Sand, by K. F. Purdon («//.), Lud, X. May, 91 

Notes from Berlin, C J, III. Apr, 353 

Down the Rhine, by .\ugustine Birrell («//.), C M, LXI. Dec, 306 (XXII. 

Dec, 553) 

Some Notes from the Rhine Valley, by G. A. T. Middleton («f/.). 

Arch Rec, IX. Apr, 335 

Peasant Life in the Harz, by Carina C. Eaglesfield (i//.), C W, LXXI. 

Aug, 638 

The Strange "Mount of Olives" at Kreuzlingen, near Constance, by 

Mrs. Herbert Vivian [UL\ W W, IV. Mar. 692 

Molmerschwende ; a Pilgrimage to Burger's Birthplace, by Carina C. 

Eaglesfield (/V/.), C W, LXXII. Oct, 82 

Open Air Cures for Consumption, see under Consumption 

A German Gymnastig F^te, by C. M. O'Brien, N I R, XIV. Sept, 51. 

The Oceanographical and Meteorological Work of the German Valdwui 

Emedition, by Dr. G. Schott, Q J, XV. May, 518 

The Geology of Bad Nauheim and Its Thermal Salt-Springs, by A. Vaughan 

Jennings (i//.), Qeol M, VII. Au^, 349 

Notes on Drepanaspis Gmudenensts, Schlilter, by Dr. R. H. Traquair 

{UL\ Geol M, VII. Apr, 153 

Historical : 

Graf Eberhard der Grdner, 1445—1496, by H. Schfitz Wilson, Q M, 

CCLXXXVIIL May, 46a 

Paul Beneke ; the Hero in an English Defeat, 1468, by Major C. Field 

(ry/.), Q W, XLLDec, 843 

Maximilian I. (lived 1450—1519) and "Theuerdank" (Romance), by 

Campbell Dodgson {ili.\ Dome, VI. Mar, 131 

An Early German News-Pamphlet, 2530, W. E. A. Axon on. Ant, 

XXXVI. Sept, 873 

Gustavus Adolphus's Campaign in Germany, by Stephen Crane, Lipp, 

LXVI. Aug, 299, Sept, 462 

Seydlitz and the Prussian Cavalry, by Lieut.-CoL F. N. Maude, U 8 M, 

CXLIII. Oct. X 

Frederick the Great, see Prussia (Frederick the Great of) 

The Silesian Wars, 1740 — 1748 and 1756 — 1763, see under Silesia 

The Girlhood of Queen Louisa of Prussia (1776 — 1810), by Dr. A. W. 

Ward, C. IX. Oct, 509 

In Years of Storm and Stress, 1848 — 1849, ^y ^^^ Blind, C, VIII. June, 

788 (XXL June, 580) 

The Franco-German War, 1870-71, see under France (Historical) 

Ihe Royal House of Hanover («?/.), L R. VIII. May, 55. 

Qermany, Emperor Ferdinand II. of, 1578 — 1637 : Gu<tavus Adolphus's 

Campaign in Germany, by Stephen Crane, Lipp, LXVI. Aug, 399, Sept, 

463 

Qermany, Eniperor Maximilian I. of, (lived 1459-7x5x9), and the 

Romance "T heuerdank," by Campbell Dodgson (///.), Dome, VI. 

Mar, 13X 

Germany, Empress Frederick of, — The Empress as a Girl, by Sybil 

(/y/.), Q R, 11. Feb, 365 (XXI. Feb, 144) 

Qermany, Emperor William II. of. 

The German Emperor, by Ludwig Klausner-Dawoc, F R, LXVIII. Dec, 

947 (XXII. Dec, 572) 

The German Emperor, by Poultney Bigelow («V.), Munsey, XXI I. Jan, 

«:q3 

William II., by Anglo-German {iU.\ Q W, XLI. Feb, no (XXL Feb, 

153) 



io6 



INDEX TO THE 



GSXMANV, Empskok WiLLiAM II. OF,— Continued. 



GOAT-H UNTIKC. 



Germany, Emperor William 1 1., of, —continued. 

Kaiaer Wilhelm, by Arthur Mee [Hi.), Y M, XIV. Apr, 109 

The Daily life of the Kftiser, by Edgar D. Mels (t//.). Munsey, XXIII. 



July, 483 

The Policy of the German Emperor, see under Germany 
On the Sacred Duty and Sacred Power of Intercession, Hom R, XL. 

Oct, 334 
Qerould, J. T., on the Care of Serial Publicationt in Libraries, Libr J, 

XXV. Aug, 44 
Qerry, Elbridge T., and His Society for the Prevention of Cruelty 
•to Children, New York, by Joseph H. Adams (f//.), Ainslee, VI. 

Nov, 363 
Gesture, Art of, by T. Morten [Ul.), P M, IX. Mar, 289 
Ghent, see under Belgium 
Ghiberti, Lorenzo, (1378—1455). and the Resurrection Window 

ascribed to Him in the Cathedral of Florence, by Allan Marquand 

{ftf/.j, A J Archesol, IV. June, 193 
Ghosts : 

The Haunts of Ghosts, bv A. W. Jatvis [ilL\ W M, XIII. Dec, 94 

The Alloged Haunting of B House, by M iss A. Goodrich- Freer, Scot R, 

XXXV. J»n, 1 

Shakespeare's Ghosts, by J. H. Hudson, W R, CLIII. Apr, 447 

The Ghost of Dr. Harris, by Nathaniel Hawthorne, N C. XLVII. Jan, 88 
(XXL J«n, 60) 
Ghylls of the Lake District, by W. T. Palmer, Q M. CCLXXXVIIL 

May, 435 ^ ^, , 

Gibbon Ape, see under Monkeys 
Qibbs, Florence Alt, Poem by.— "The Song of the Violin" [UD, N E M, 

XXII. June, 44s 
GIbbs, Prof. J7 Wlllard, 

Gibbs's Thermodynamical Model, by W. P. Boynton [ili.\ Phys R, X. 
Apr, 938 

Gibbs's Thermodynamical Model for a Substance following; Van der Waals's 
Equation, by W. P. Boynton [diagrams), Phys R, XL Dec, 291 
GIberne, Miss Agnes, on Some Recent Astronomical Discoveries, H, XVII. 

Sept, 153 
Gibraltar : 

Gibraltar to Alexandria: a Reading Journey in the Orient, by Marie 
Jadwin (///.), Chaut, XXXII. Oct, 59 

Outward Bound — Gibraltar, by Horace Wyndham, Arg, LXX. Mar, 259 
Gibson, Alfred. Violinist : 

Biogr:«phical (///.), Mus T, XLL Apr, 9*5 

On Violin- Playing, Mus T, XLL Sept, 585 
Gibson, Charles Dana, American Artist, J. k. Reid on (1//.}, Art J, XVI. 

''eb, 39 
Gibson, Elizabeth, Poems by,~ 

"The Changing Skie«t,"C J. III. Mar, 908 

*' A Song," Windmill, 11. Jan, 109 

Gibson, Wilfrid Wilson, Poem by.— "The King's Death," C, VIII. June, 

897 
Gidding;, Little, Hunting^donshire: Three Recently Discovered Bindings 

with Little Oiddtng Stamps, by Cyril Davenport (/V/.), Libr, I. Mar, 905 
Qlddlngs's (Prof. Franklin Henry) "Democracy and Empire": 

Jordan, David Starr, on. New W, IX. Dec, 74a 

McGilvary, Prof. E. B., on, Phil R, IX. Nov, 651 
Giffen, Sir Robert, 

On Some Economic Aspects of the War in South Africa, Econ J, X. June, 

On Our Trade Prosperity and the Outlook, Econ J, X. Sept, 995 
GifTord Lectures: 
Recent GifTord Lectures and the Philosophy of Theism, by James Seth, 

New W, IX. Sept, 401 
Elements of the Science of Religion ; GifTord Lectures by Prof. Tiele, 

H. G. Keene on, W R, CLIV. Dec, 641 
"The Fundamental Ideas of Christianity " by Dr. John Caird, 1899-3 ?ni 

1895-6, see under Church and Christianity 
''Naturalism and Agnosticism " by Prof. James Ward, 1896-8, see under 

Agnosticism 
"The World and the Indivklual" by Prof. J. Royce, i?99, see under 
Philosophy 
Gilbert, J. W., (1794— Te€3l, and the Gilbert Lectures on Banking, 

1000. delivered by J. R. Paget, Bank, LXIX. Mar, 4:6 
Gilbert, Lady, see MuIhoUand (Rosa) 
Gilbert, William Schwenck, M. C. Salaman on {iU.), C F M, XXX. 

Mar, 4x3 
Gilder, Miss Jeannette L., 
On Kate Field and Jnlia Ward Howe. Critic. XXXVI. Feb, 163 
On Mr*. E. C. Howarth [Hi.), Critic, XXXVI. Feb, 135 
Gilder, Joseph B., 
On R. H. Stoddard at Seventy-Five, Critic, XXXVIL Sept. 9T5 
On W. E. Henley's Criticism of the Poets, Critic, XXXVIL Nov, 40^? 
On E. C. Stedman's "Amerfcan Anthology" (<//.), Critic, XXXVIL 
Dec, 540 
Gilder, Richard Watson, Poem by,— "Risen!" Y W, VIII. Apr, 

980 
Gilds, see Guilds 
Gill, Thomas Hornblower. 
A Nonconformist Hymn- Writer, by J. E. Hodder Williams {///.), Pur, 

HI. June, 498 
The Living Hymnist of English Puritanism, by Rev. James H. Ross, 
Hom R, XXXIX. Mar, 282 
Gillette, William, Actor and Play\«Tight, by Richard DufTy (rV/.), Ainslee, 

VI. Aug, 59 
Qillinston, M. C. Poem by,— "Ballad of Foulweather Jnjk," Black, 
CLXVII. June, 788 



Qilimore, Lieut. James Q.. 

Lieut. (Jillmore's Caplivity in the Island of Luzon, 1899, by W. Waltaa 
[map and til.), Fr L, L. Sept, 419 

On His Experiences as a Prisoner among Filipinos {/««/ and Hi.), McCt, 
XV. Aug, 9)T, Sept, 399 
Giitner, Leigh Gordon, Poems by, — 

*• In the Play," N E M, XXL Feb, 676 

•' Hedonism" and " Eulhumism." O M, XXXV. Apr. 390 
Ginsburg's (Dr. Christian D.) "Hebrew Bible," Prof. Ijudvig BlaaoK, 

Jew Q, XII. Jan, 317 
Giotto, Ambrogiotto Bondone, 1976—1336 : 

An before Giotto, by Roger E. Fry [ill.), M R, I. Oct, 196 

Giotto and the Church of S. Francesco at Assisi, by Roger El. Fry y/.', 
M R, I. Dec, 139 
Girls, «ee under Women 
Girls' Schools, <ee under Education 
Gissing. George, on Greece ; By the Ionian Sea. F R, LXVIL May, S84: 

LXVIIL July, t6i, Aug, 337, isept, 593 (XXII. Sept, 979), Oct, 701 
Giuliano Delia Rovere, Cardinal, see Julius II. (Pope} 
Glacial Age, see under Geology 
Glaciers : 

Variations of Glaciers, by H. F. Reid, J Qeol. VIII. Mar, 154 

Ancient Alpine Glaciers of the Sierra Costa Mountains in Califomia, by 
Oscflr H. Hershey, J Qeol, VIII. Feb, 49 

The Glacier of Mt. Arapahoe, Colorado, by Wi.lis T. Lee [sil.), J Qeol. 
VIII. Nov, 647 
Gladden, Rev. Dr. Washington, on the Cure of Penury, B 8, LVIIL Jn, 

Gladstone, William Ewart, 1800—18^8 : 

Reminiscences of Gladstone, by W. SideWotham, C J, III. Jfln, «6 
John Motley and His Biography of Mr. Gladstone, by H. Field ;iV.\ Pur, 

III. Jan. 91 (XXI. Jan. 51) 
Lord Rosebery and Mr Gladstone '.ill.), W H, IX. Apr, 65 < 
Milbis's Portrait of Mr. Gladstone, by Benjamin Constant (///.), M Art. 
XXIV. Feb, 152 
Gladstone, Mrs., 1819— 1900, Dean Wickham on {ill.), Q W, XLI. .\og. 

534 (XXII. .Aup, 170) 
Glaisher, James, on the Meteorological Observations taken at Jerasaka 

and Tiberia«, 1899, P E F, July, 986 
Glanders, see unHer Horsrs 

Glasgow, Miss Ellen, (///.), Bkman.'XVIII. Sept, 167 
Glasgow : 
Glasgow's Municipal Tramways, by Milo R. Maltbie, Mun A, IV. Mar. «3 
The Tramway System of Glasgow, by Benjamin T.'iylor [ilt. ), Feild, 11- 

May, 494 
Gl^iuders and the Mallein Test among the Horses c( the Glasgow Corpor- 
ation's Tramways, by John Young, Land M, IV. July. 483 
Glasgow Municipal Homes, by J, K. Shone, Pur, III. May, 413 
ITie Glasgow Family Home, by F. W. Mocre, Econ R. X. July, 133 
TheV.M.C.A. Residential Club; Scotland leads the Way, by Ci Chil.e 

[ill.). Sun 8tr. I. Apr, 44« 
Rev. Ambrose Shepherd and F^lein Place Congregational Church, by .\. W. 

Stew.^rt (///.), Sun M, XXIX. Jun?, 361 
What GLnsgow owes to Mr. Moody, by A. Mee [ill.). Pur, IIL Sept, 73? 
Art in Glasgow, sec under Art (Scotland) 
Glasgow International Exhibition, 1901 '.ill.), EngT. IV. Oct, 349 
Glass, David, on China ; Notes of a Canaidian Aliroad, A A, IV. 

Nov, 444 
Glass of Fashion— Gilly Williams, by W. B. Boulton, T B. CXIX. 

Feb, 188 
Glass, Glass-Making, and Glass-Staining: 

• The Glass Works of Jena: a New Venture in Practical Phflanthropr, br 
Ray S. ftakcr (///.).' McCI, XV. Oct. 544 
GL^ss at the Paris Exhibitir n, bv W. Fred [ill.). Artist, XXIX. Oct €6 
Mr. Kempe's Painted Glass Windows, by C. Quentin («//.). Art J, XVI. 

Nov. 34* 
On a " Trinita " in Old Painted Class in Rodmell Church, Sussex, by » . 

Heneaee Uggc /// ), Ant, XXXVI. July, aoi 
Two Windows in the Cathedral of Florence, by Allan Marquand [CI. . 
A J Archaeol, IV. June, 192 
Glennie, J. S. Stuart, on the Strath of Ach6ron and Its Homeric Ghosts 

Scot R, XXXVI. Oct, 3r3 
Gloucestershire (see also Tew^kesburv, Westbury) : 
A County of Reformers, by Ralph H. Bretherton, New C R, VIII. Jolr, 

40 
Chamcteristic Church Towers in Gloucestershire, by H. W. Brewer iL.\ 

GOP, XXL Feb, 316 
Acquisition of Woodland Area in the Forest of Dean, by W. R. Fisher, 

Land M, IV. June, 4^9 
Duncombe and Maynard Colchester of Westbury : a Brace of Gloaces- 
tershite Worthies, by 8. M. Craw ley -Boevey, Q M, CCLXXXIX. Dec, 

548 
Gloucester Ir>qtiisittones Post Mortem, I L, Part LXXX. Jtme 
Gloucester Wills, I L, Part LXXXI. Sept 
Glow Lamps : A Universal Apparatus for the Photometry of Glow Lamp*. 

by Clayton H. Sharp l<ttagrams\ Phys R, XL Sept, i8i 
Glyde's (John) "Edward FitzGerald," Brampton Gurdoo oa (»/;. 

Bicman. XVIIL May, 47 
Goadby. Edwin, (lied 1901), on Personalites of the Conflict in South .\firica 

[ill.:, TM, IV. Jar., 281 
Goat-Hunting : 
The Big (^ame of Canada, by C. A. Bramble (/im>and il/.). Can M. XIV. 
Apr, 54^ , 

Gont (<r T:>hr Hunting; In the Himalayas with a Ri6e, by Miss Isafae* 
b.ivory ;///.:, L R, VII. Feb, 45a (XXL Feb, 158) 



God. 



PERIODICALS OF 1900. 



GOVERNMBNT DePARTMSHTS. 



107 



Qod, ice under Bible and Biblical Criticism, Religion, etc. 

Cod save the Queen : 

The Story of Our National Hymn, by A. W. Myers [Hi.), Lud, XI. Dec, 

148 
God save the Queen Myths, by J. Cuihbert Haddcn, Arg, LXXII. Sept, 93 

Qodalming, Surrey : i*he Charterhouss School for Boys, see under Edu- 
cation 

Qodley, A. D., Poem by, — "Times and Manners," C, IX. Sept, 305 

Qodowsky, Leopold, and His Chopin Studies, by Adolph Brune, Mus, 
XVII. Feb, 397 

Qoethe. Johann Wolfgang von, 1749—1832 : 

The Youth of Goethe, by j. A. Harrison, Cons R, III. June, 299 
Goethe and the Nineteenth Century, Q R, CXCI. Jan, 56 (XXI. 

Feb, 155) 
Goethe and Victor Hugo, by Hon. Maurice Baring, Nat R, XXXIV. 

Feb. 901 
Goethe's World-Concept in the Light of Theosophy, by Ludwig Deiuhard, 

Theos R, XXV. Feb, 502 
Mephistopheles and the Hed;igoguc Abroad : or, F.iust through Scholastic 

Spectacles, by Nestor. Ed R L, II. Feb, 108 
Poem by Goethe: — "Reit" (Translation from the German), Sun Str, 

II. Oct, 434 

Unpublished Poem by Goethe :— " Dcr Reiche Mann," with Translation by 
G. Se.bel, Critic, XXXVII. Sept. 219 
Qohier, Urbain, on the Catholic Church in France; Letter, Nat R, XXXIV. 

Jan 801 
Going, Charles Buxton, 

On John Hav!( Hammond's Views of the South African Mining Situation, 

Eng M, XVIII. Jan, 49^ (XXL Feb. 13a) 
On Labour Questions in England and America, Eng M, XIX. May, 165 
(XXL June, 569) 
Qold Coast, see under Africa 

Qold and Qold-Mining (see also Article; undsr Africa, Alaska, Australia, 
Canada, Coolgardie (under Australia), Gui:ina ^ Dutch), Japan, New 
Zealand. United States. Yukon Region) : 
Modem Gold Mining, by H. Moriimer Lamb (///.), Munsey, XXIII. 

May, 163 
How to make Gold-Dredging pay, by A. W. Robinson (/V/.), Cas M, 

XVIIL Oct, 480 (XXIL Nov, 479) 
Oold-Mining Practice, by Philip R. Bjorling («//.), Felld, III. Nov, S39 
The Modem Practice of Cyanidiuc, by Capt. C. C. Longridge («//.), Feild, 

III. Nov, 529 

**The Eureka Stockade, 1854 " by C. RafTaello : the Queerest of Colonial 
Books, by J. F. Hogan, Q M, CCLXXXVIII. June, 562 (XXI. June, 

574) 
Qolden Rose : The Blessing of the Golden Rose by the Pof>e in Lent, by 

Miss A. Shield, M, XCV. Mar, 294 
Qoldie, Miss Alice Taubman, on Her Handmaidens in Somaliland (///.}, 

W W, V. July, 377 
Qolf: 

Golf and Its Attracdons, by Dr. J. G. M'Phersou, Q M, CCLXXXVIII. 

Feb, 12? 
The Old Golf and the Ne^v, Black, CLXVIII. Sept, 385 
The Spread of Golf, W Work, I. Nov, 63 
Tlie Rules of Golf as They are understood, by William Pigott, Bad M, 

XL Aug, aoa 
How to become a Good Golfer, by H. Vardon, O, XXXVI. May, 146 
The Why and Wherefore of Golf Rules, by C. B. Macdonald,.0, XXXVI. 

June, 255 
The Strokes of Golf: Symposium [ill ), O, XXXVI. July. 416 
The Golf of the New School, by Horace Hutchinson [ill.), O, XXXVI. 

Aug, 478 
Acquiring Form in Golf, bv Harold H. Hilton [ill.), O, XXXVI. Sept, 6^3 
Modem Golf Clubs nnd Niodern Methods, by Horace Hutchinson ((//.), O, 

XXXVII. Dec. 264 
Golf in 1899, by H. S. C. Evcrard (///.), Bad M, X. Feb. 203 
Medal Day at St. Andrews, 1899, by T. M. Parrott (*V.), O, XXXV. 

Mar, 61 X 
On Irish Greens, by E.E., Mac, LXXXII. July, 187 
Some Golf Diseases, by J. Hodgkin [ill.\ Bad M, X. Tune, 626 
Some Ladies' Golf Clubs, by Mrs. G. W. Willock and Mrs. H. C. Willock 

[ill.), L R, Vn. Mar. 633 
A Review of Ladies' Golf, by L. Mackem and £. M. Boys, Bad M, XL 

July. 04 
United States : 
The Rise of Golf in Amcricn, by Price Collier ;///.), R R A, XXIL Oct, 

459 
Winter Golf in Southern Sunshine, by J. D. Dunn [ill.), O, XXXV. Feb, 

486 
Golfing in the Far West, by T. H. Arnold [ill.), O, XXXV. Mar, S59 
The Laying-Out and Care of a Golf Course, by W. Tucker (///.;, O, 

XXXVI. June, 286 
The Development of Golf in the West, by H. C. Chatfield-Taylor (///.), 

O, XXXV. Aug, 531 
Golf in Calif )rnia, by Arthur Inkcrslcy [Ul.), O M, XXXV. May, 387 
Qomme, Q. Laurence, 

On the Sin of Wiici craft, H, XVI. May, 345 
On Lieut.-Gen. A. Pitt-Rivers, F L, XL June, 185 
Qoodall, Frederick,— .\ Gieat Religious Painter, by R. de Cordova (///.;, 

Sun Str, 11. Sept, 243 
Qoodnow's (Pror. Frank J.) " Politics and Administration," Henry J. 

Ford on, A A P S. XVI. Sept, 177 
Good win. Prof. W. W.. 
On the Growth of the Harvard Graduate School, H Q M, IX. Dec, 169 
On Radclifie College ; Commencemc:it Add-css, H Q M, IX. Dec, 222 



Qoose-Shooting. see Geese 
Cordon. Gen. Charles George, 1833—1885 : 
Gordon's Campaign in China, x86a, by Col. R. H. Vetch, F R, LXVIIL 

Sest, 372 (XXIL Sept, 279) 
Gordon's Notes on the Operations round Shanghai in z 862-6 3-64 (mtf^f}, 
F R, LXVIIL Sept. 38a (XXIL Sept, 279), Oct, 6ox (XXIL Oct. 
36') 

I and Cecil Rhodes, M R, I. Nov, ax (XXIL Nov. 457) 
Egmont Haks : the Biographer of Gordon [ill.), Y M, XIV. June, zgo 
(XXIL Aug. X65) 



Gordon and Cecil Rhodes, M R, I. Nov, ax (XXIL Nov. 437J 
Egmont Haks: the Biographer of Gordon [ill.), 
(XXIL Aug. X65) 
Gordon, Rev. Charles W., see "Connor (Ralph)" 



Gordon, Isaac, died 1900 : A Toumalist's Reminiscences of Isaac Gordon, 

by M.J.L., New C R, VII. June, 439 
Gordon, Robert (///.), Bank, LXIX. July, 901 
Gordon, W. J., 

On the Shipyards of the Thames [til.), L H, XLVIII. Jan, 238 (XXI. Jan, 

5a) 
On the Range of Modern Guas [iU.), L H, XLVIII. Feb, 304 (XXL Apr, 

353) 
On Modern Military Rifles, L H, XLVIIL Mar. 458 
On Conscription, L H, XLVIII. Apr, 503 
On the Froniiers of the Empire, L H, XLVIIL May, 596 (XXI. May, 

On Salmon-Fishing [ill.), L H, XLVIIL Tuly, 777 (XXIL July. 69) 

On Hats and Their Making [ill.), L H. XLVIII. Sept, 984 
Gore, J. El lard. 

On Light, Electricity, and the Ether, G M, CCLXXXVIIL Jan, 15 

On Astronomy, see under Astronomy 
Goreh, Father Nehemiah, 1822 or 5 — 1895 : 

Father Nehemiah Goreh, hy Rev. W. K. Firminger, In Ch Q, XII. Oct, 

393 

The Writings of Father Goreh, by Rev. C. E. Gardner, In Ch Q, XII. 
Jan, 1 

On the Holy Trinity. In Ch Q, XII. Apr, X84 
Gorges. Capt. G. H., on His Journey from Lake Naivasha to the Victoria 

Nyanza (tnap and ///.), G J, XVI. July, 78 
Gorst, Sir John,— Elementary Education and Our Rural Youth; Open 

Letter to Sir John Gorst, by J. Long, Land M, IV. Mar, 171 
Gospels, see under Bible and Biblical Criticism 
Gosse, Edmund, 

On the Milton Manuscripts at Trinity, A M, LXXXV. May, 586 (XXI. 
June, 577) 

On Sir Redvcr* BuUer, N A R, CLXX. Jan, X09 (XXL Feb, X40) 

On Hans Andersen, Critic, XXXVII. Oct, 360 
Gothic Architecture, see under Architecture, Churches 
Gdttingen University: Karl Dziatzko, Librarian (///.), Libr, I. Sept, 

353 
Gottschalk, Louis Moreau,— The First American Pianist, by E. Swayne, 

Mus, XVIIL Oct, 519 
Qouda, Father Nicholas de, and His Mission to Queen Mary 

Stuart, 1562, by Rev. J. H. Pollen, M, XCVI. Aug, 167 
Gould, Dr. E. R. L., on the Housing Problem in Great Cities, Q J Econ, 

XIV. May, 378 
Gould, Howard, and His Yacht Niagara, by G. H. Payne [Ul,)^ 

Ainslee, V. Feb, 77 
Gould, I. Chalkley, 
On the Burh at Leicester [ill.). Ant, XXXVI. Dec, 373 
On Local Records, Libr W, II. Mar, 231 
Gould, Rev. S. Baring, see Baring-Gould (Rev. S.) 
Gounod, Charles Francois, 18x8 — 1893 : 
Conversations >%-ith Gounod, by Baroness Martinengo-Cesaresco, Mac, 

LXXXII. Julv, 181 
Poem on Gounod :— " Gounod's ' Ave Maria* " C W, LXXI. May, 187 
Gourlay, Reginald, 
On Hon. John O'Brien; the "Lucky Ueutenant" [HL), St N. XXVIL 

Aug, 874 
On Snips-Shooting, Can M, XV. Oct, cag 
Government, Theories of, see under Politics and Political Science 
Government Departments : 
A Prnnosed Association for promoting Administrative Reform, N C, 

XLVIII. July, X (XXIL July, s3] 
The Administrative Reform Association; List of Members, N C, XLVIII. 

Nov, 857 
Administrative Reform in the Public Service, by P. Lyttehon Gell, N C, 
XLVIIL Ju'y, 42 (XXIL luly. 67 ; and Reply to, by Sir Algernon \Vest. 
N C, XLVIIL Oct, 625 (XXIL Oct, 37c) 
Ordinary Business Principles; Symposium, N C, XLVIIL Aug. 184 
"Business Principles" in the Public Service, by Edmund Robertson^ N C, 

XLVIIL Sept, 345 (XXIL Sept, 278) 
Administrative Reform, by W. E. SneU, W R, CLIV. Nov, 504 (XXIL 

Nov, 476) 
Cabinet Government or Departmentalism? by J. A. R. Marriott, N C, 

XLVIIL Nov, 685 (XXIL Nov. ^7s) 
Efficiency and Empire, by .Arnold White, I C M, I. Nov, 29 
The Evil Influence of Sm.irt Society, by Arnold White; Interview, by R. 

Blaihwayt [ill.]. G T, VI. June, 136 
The Public Schools .-ind the Public Services, by J. C. Tarver, F R, LXVIIL 

Oct, 589 iXXII. Oct, 370) 
Where the Government works, by H. Howard [ill.). Harms, V. Oct, ao8 

(XXIL Nov, 474) 
Foreign Ambassadors, the Diplomatic Service, see under Foreign and 

International Affairs 
Parliamentary Service, see under Parliamentanr 
The Army and the N.tvy, sec under Armies, Navies 
Government in the United States, see under United States 



io8 



INDEX TO THE 



GowBR, G. Lbvbson. 



Grbhk Church. 



Gower, Q. Leveson, 
On the Duke of Cambridge on the British Army, N A R, CLXX. Jan, x 

(XXI. Feb, 157) 
Poem by G. L. Gower :— " In Terra Pax," N A R, CLXXI. Nov, 66^ 
Qower, Lord Ronald Sutherland, on Dunrobin Castle, P M M, XXII. 

Nov, 2ga 
Gower, Wales : The Age of the Raised Beach of Southern Britain as seen 

in Gower, by R. H. Tiddeman, Qeol M, VII. Oct, 441 
Goya, Francisco, 1746 — i8a8 : Portraits by Goya; Pastels from Spain, by 

Mrs. Margaret L. Woods, 0, IX. Sept, 389 (XXII. Sept, 274) 
Graal Legend, see Holy Grail 
Grafton Gallery, see under Art 
Graham, G. C. Cunninghame, on the Grana; an Old Country House in 

Spain, J, III. May, 397 
Graham's (H. G.) "The Social Life of Scotland In the Eighteenth 

Century," Unsigned Article on, Scot R, XXXV. Jan, 36 
Graham, P. Anderson, on Country Teaching for Country Schools, Long, 

XXXVI. June, z3i (XXI. June, 562) 
Graham, R. B. Cunnlnghame, on "London"; a Cingalese Girl, 

Humane R, I. July, 134 
Graham's (Prof. William) "English Political Philosophy from 

Hobbes to Maine," Sidney Ball on, I J E, X. July, 520 
Grail Legend, see Holy Grail 
Grain, see under Agrictiltdre 
Grammar, see under Literature and Language 
Gran Sasso, Italy : At Solmona ; In Sight of the Gr.m Sasso, by £. C. 

Vansittart (i//.), C W, LXXI. May, 932 
Grand, Madame, 1762—1835, J. j. Cotton, on, Mac, LXXXII. Sept, 381 

(XXII. Sept, 25s) 
Grand, Sarah, 

On Women's Clubs and the Question of Intelligence, W H, IX. June, 839 

On Holidays ; How to make the Most of Them, Y W, VIII. July, 383 
(XXIL July, 67) 
Grand Rapids, Michigan : Artistic American Furniture at the Furniture 

Exposition atGrand Rapids, by I*lorence Milner (;7/.), Fr L, XLIX. Jan. 319 
Qrangerising : A Fashionable Hobby, by A. Goodrich (<//.), E I, XXfll. 

June, 943 
Granite Industry at Aberdeen, C J, III. Feb, 123 
Grant, Mrs., of Laggan (Anne MacVicar), 1755—1838 : A Lady from the 

Mountains, by Miss E. M. Symonds, Long, XXXVII. Nov, 3a 
Grant, Elizabeth, of Rothtemurchus (Mrs. Smith of Baltiboys\ 1797— 

1885 : A Highland Girl and Her Home, by Miss E. M. Symonds [Ut.\ 

QR, II. Oct, zt54 
Grant's (Robert) "Unleavened Bread," Harry Thurston Peck on, 

Bkman A, XI. July, 463 
Grant, General Ulysses Simpson, 1832—1885 : 

The Inner Life of Ulyssss S. Grant, by Bishop John H. Vincent, Ghaut, 
XXX. Mar, 634 

General Grant's Administration, by George S. Boutwell, McCI, XIV. Feb, 355 
Qrasmere, Westmoreland : Dove Cottage ; the Home of Wordsworth and 

De Quinccy, by Prof. William Knight («//.), C M,.LX. May, 53 
Graspan, see under Africa (Transvaal) 
Grass : 

Influence of Manures on the Botanical Composition of Grass-Land, by 
Dr. W. SomerviUe, J B A, VII. Sept, 145 

The Crown of Grass in Antient Rome, by Dr. Hugh Macmillan (///.), 
Sun M, XXIX. Aug, 578 
Qrattan, Henry, Irish Politician. 1746—1830: Grattan's Parliament, by 

A. E. Drinkwater, New C R, VIII. Oct, 393 
Graves, Alfred Perceval, Poems by,— 

"Sweet Innishowen for Me ! " Arg. LXXI I. Sept, 89 

" Roddy Mor the Rover," Black. CLXVIII. Sept, 384 

" If I were King of Ireland," C, IX. Aue, 223 

"The Songs of Erin," Mac, LXXXII. Sept, 366 
Qravesend, Kent : Milton Mount College, by H. Spicer (///.), Pur, III. 

Jan, 73 
Gravitation, see under Physics 
Gray, Rev. Q. Buchanan, 

On the Naziriies, J Theol S, I. Jan, 201 

On the Royal Ancestry of Zephaniah, Ex, II. July, 76 
Gray, Rev. H. B., and Bradfield College, by A. F. Leach [ill.), P S M, 

V. June, 405 
Gray, Thomas, 1716 — 1771 : 

Gen. Wolfe and Gray's " Elegy," by Prof. Edward E. Morris, E H, XV. 
Jan, 135 

Poem on Gray :—'• Stoke Pogis : To Gray," by Stephen Wcsllie, 
Windmill, II. Jan, 133 
Great Britain's Paradise—Ceylon, by Nellie Bruton, Universal, II. 

Nov, 76 
Great Men and Women, Celebrities (sse also Articles under Genius, etc., 
etc) : 

Chriitmns Birthdays; Famous Christmas-Boxes, by G. A. Wade [ill,), 
E I, XXIV. Dec. 228 

The Birthplace of Some Famous Musicians, by Helen Thorp [HI.), G R, 
II. Jan, 307 

Music and Men of Genius, by Cunningham Moffet, Mus. XVII. Jan, 273 
Good Thines Great Men have said about Music, by Helena M. Maguire, 

Mus, XVIII. July, 242 
The Last Words of Great Men, by Dr. Thos. P. Hughes, Hom R, XL. 

Oct, 345 
The Value of a Dead Celebrity, by Harold Macfarlane, C. VIII. Mar, 367 
An Academy of the Dead, by William Archer, M R, I. Dec, 118 (XXII. 

Dec 'i74) 
The HaU of Fame at New York University, by H. M. MacCrackcn [Ul.), 

R R A, XXIL Nov, 563 



Great Salt Lake, by Colonel Henry Inman, Lipp, LXV. Mar, 469 

Great Slave Lake, see under Canada 

Greater Britain, see Colonies and the Empire 

Greece, Ancient,— History, Religion, Language and Literature* 

ArchsBolofifv etc 
ITie Tragedy 0/ Athens, 415 b.c, by W. B. WaUacc, U 8 M, CXUL 

Apr, 89 
Paus^nias (died 467 B.C.), by W. B. Wallace, U S M, CXLII. June, 333 
Prehistoric loniaus, by Prof. J. B. Bury, E H, XV. Apr, 388 
llie Influence of the Aegean Civilisation on South Palestine, by F. B. 

Welch, P E F, Oct. 342 
Plutarch .ind His Age, by Prof. R. M. Wenley, New W, IX. June, 363 
Economic Theory among the Greeks and Romans, by Miss £. bimey, 

Econ R, X. Oct, 462 
The Greek Games, by William McK. Bryant, New W, IX. June, 301 
On Greek Religion and Mythology, by Dr. Paul Cams («//.), O C, XIV. 

Sept, 513, Oct, 577, Nov, 641, Dec, 705 
The Greek Mysteries ; a Preparation for Christianity, by Dr. Paul Cans 

(///.), Mon, XL Oct. 87 
Certain Aspects of the Eleusinian Problem, by Rev. C. J. Wood, O C, XIV. 

(Jet, 618, Nov, 67a 
" Religi n in Greek Literature " by Prof. Ltwis Campbell : 
Prof. James Iverachon, L Q, III. Jan, 85 
Unsigned Article on, E R, CXCI. Apr, 334 (XXI. May, 480) 
Classical Teaching, Old and New, J Ed, XXI I. Oct, 614 
I'he History of Civilization ; a Substitute for Greek, by William C. Lav- 
ton, A M, LXXXV. June, 807 (XXIL fuly, 60) 
Was Vohu Manidi Philo's Logos? by Prof. Lawrence Mills, A Q, IX^ Ape. 

351 
The Strath of .Acheron and Its Homsric Ghosts, by J. S. Stuaxt-Gteaaie. 

Scot R, XXXVI. Oct, 302 
Eros and Psyche : retold after Apuleius [Hi.), O C, XIV. Feb, 65, liar, 

129 
Agamemnon by Aeschylus, see under Aeschylus 
" Phryne." Drama, by Dr. R. de Villiers. Univ, XIL x 

On the Conception of 'EvfOVCia \\.Klvn(TiaQ. by F. C. S. SchiBer, 

Mind, IX, Oct, 457 
Biblical Greek, Greek Texts, etc., see under Bible and Biblical Criticssa 
Rock Inscriptions in Palestine, see under Palestine 
I'he Dating of Some Didascalic Inscriptions, by Edward Capps. A J 

Archaeol, IV. Mar, 74 
The Ox and the Ass in Illustrations of the Nativity, by Dr. Paisl Cams 

(»y/.). DC, XIV. Jan, 46 
The Catacombs of Syracuse, by A. F. Spender, D R, CXXVI. Apr, 330: 

CXXVII. July, 123 
The Tomb of Vibia, by Dr. Ernst Maas [Ul.), O C, XIV. Tune, 3*1 
The Fountain of Glance at Codnth, by Rufus B. Richardsoa 

A J Archaeol. IV. Dec, 4^8 
Pirene, before and after the Excavations of 1899, by Rufus B. 

[ill), A J Archaeol, IV. June. 204 
The Earliest Hellenic Art and Civilization and the Argive Heraeam, bv 

Charles W.nldstein, A J Archaeol, IV. Afar, 40 
The Harvard Meleager, by Richard Norton, H G M, VIII. Jane, 485 
Symmetry in Early Christian Relief Sculpture, by C L. MeacSer iff ^ 

A J Archaeol, IV. Mar, 126 f . ^ *-«r .***.., 

A Signed Cylix by Duris in Boston Museum, by F. B. Tarbdl I'jKf ' 

A J Archaeol, IV. June, 183 ^ ' 

Three Argive Lekythi in the Museum of Fine Aria in Boston, br ToKoh 

Clark Hoppin [Ul.), A J Archaeol, IV. Dec, 441 ^^ 

The Sibyl's Groito at Cumnae and the Ruins of Paestum ; Two RemnMas 

of Paganism, by F. G. Dunlop-Wallace-Goodbody, Q M, CCLXXXIX. 

Nov, 49 1 
Archaeological Progress and the Schools at Rome and Athens, by A- L. 

Frothingham, Jr., Inter M, II. Dec, 687 
The American School of Cbssical Studies at Athens ; Report for z8ao~ 

1900, A J Archaeol, IV. Dec. Suoplement ^^ 

Some Things We owe to Greece, by Charles C Taylor, Chaut. 

Sept, 613 
Greek Wanderings, Gal R, CXI. July, 50, Oct, afix 
Ancient Greek Writers, Philosophers, etc, noticed, see 

Ae&chylus, Homer, Plato, 

Aristotle, Lonuinus, Plutarch, 

Celsus, Lucian, Socrates, 



\HL\ 



XXXL 



Origen, 



Theocritus 



Epicurus, 
Greece, Modern, 
The Catholic Church in Corfu, by Rev. Daniel Quinn [HI.), C W LXXL 

Apr, X7 • 

Greece and Ireland, by Mrs. E. M. Lynch, Q M, CCLXXXIX. July, 43 

(XXII. July, 70) 
Greek Marble, C J, III. Mar, 171 
I'he Achillcon, Corfu : a Future Rival of Monte Carlo, by Mi». E. M. 

Lynch [til.). Royal. IV. Aug, 339 
By the Ionian Sea, by George Gissing, F R, LXVII. May, 884 ; LXVUL 

July, 161, Au?, 337, Sept, 593 (XXIL Sept, 279). Oct, 701 
Folktales from the Aegean, by W. R. Palon, F L, XL Mar. itx, Sept. »«. 

Dec, 452 
Greek Church : 
A Commission on the Greek Ordinal in the Seventeenth Ceaturr bv 

Abbot F. A. Gasquet, ACQ, XXV. Oct, 625 
Note on the Original Documents containing, or relating to tbe ProposaJa at 

the Nonjuring Bishops, for a •* Concordate" with the Holy (>tk>dcK 

Church of the East (1716—1785), by Bishop J. Dowden, J Theol 8, L 

July, 562 
The Greek Church of Russia, by Budgett Meakio, Mis R, XXIL Oct. 

Nov, 842 



Gribk Church. — ContiQued. 



PERIODICALS OF 1900. 



Guilds. 



tog 



Greek Church— continued. 

Ths Russian Schismatic Church, by Rev. Joseph Boyle, C W, LXXI. 

Apr, s8 
Some Heterodoxies and Inconsistencies of Russian Orthodoxy, by Rev. R. 

Parsons, A C 9, X.XV. Oct. 67s 
Father John of Cronscadt, see John (Father) 
The Wonderful Monas.eries of Russia, by W. Durb.in {tit.), Q T, VII. 

Nov, 85 
Mar Metri ; on the Greek Convent of St. Demetrius at Jerusalem, by Dr. 
Conrad Schick (//a«), P E F, July, 2*3 
Qreeley, Horace, 1811—1872: East Poulmev. Vermont: Horace Greeley's 
Early New England Home, by Ralph S. Cushman (///.), N E M, XXI. 
Jan. 556 
Qreely, Gen. Adolphut W., 

In Greely's Old Camp at Fort Conger, Arctic Regions, by Lieut. Robert E. 

Peary (wa^), McCI, XIV. Jan, 238 
On the Russian Crusoes of Spitzb^rgen (&^/.), Royal, III. Feb, 335 
On Balloons in War («//.)i Harp, XL. June, 33 
Green, Bernard R., on the Planning and Construction of Library Buildings, 

Ubr J, XXV. Nov, 677 
Qreen, Mrs. John Richard, 

On Growing Bureaucracy and Parliamentary Decline, N C, XLVII. May, 

839 {XXI. May, 465) 
On Her Visit to ihe Boer Prisoners at St. Helena, N C, XLVII I. Dec, 97a 

(XXII. Dec. 549) 
On ihe Meaning of History; Interview, by R. Blathwayt («//•}> G T, V. 

Feb, 340 
On Canon Atkinson fc//.), Bkman. XVIII. May, 49 
Green, Samuel Swett, on Open Access in Libraries, Libr J, XXV. Aug, 34 
Green, Thomas Hill. 18^6—1882: Green's Refutation of Empiricism, by 

Howard V. Knox, Mind, IX. Jan, 6a 
Green, Dr. William Henry, 1825 — 1900 : 

William Henry Green, by Prof. J. D. Davis, P R R, XL July, 337 
On the Bible, Mon, X. Jan, 280: and Reply to, by Prot. C. H. Cornill, 
Mon, X. Apr, 441 
Greene Family of Qreenville (^/.), Qeneal M, III. Feb, 45a, Mar, 488 
Greenland : 

The Greenland Mission, by Rev. Paul de Schweiniu [ii/.]. Mis R, XIII. 

Feb, 109 
The Danish East Greenland Expedition in 1900, by Lieut. G. C. Amdrup 

(Ma/ and t//.}, Q J, XVI. Dec, 662 
With Arctic Highlanders, by Walter A. WyckofT («//.), Scrib, XXVIII. 

Sept, 285, Oct, 433 
The First Musk Oxen in England since the Glacial Epoch, by R. Lydekker 
{«7/.), K, XXIII. June. 137 
Greenwood, Frederick, 
On the Chinese Revolt, N C, XLVIII. Aug, 330 (XXII. Aug. 141) 
On the Working Man and the War Charges, N C, XLVIII. Oct, 58a 
(XXL Oct. 371) 
Greenwood, J. M., and His School Reminiscences, Ed R A, XX. 

Dec, 450 
Qresory of Nazianzus, died 1^90 : '* The Five Theological Orations of 
Gregory of Nazianzus" ; (Cambridge Patristic Texts, by Rev. John Rickaby, 
M, XCVI. Nov, 475 
Gregory, Lady, on the Felons of Our Land (IreUnd), C, VIII. May, 6aa 

(XXI. May, 471) 
Gregory, Dr. D. 8., 

On •* The Epic of Saul " by Prof. Wilkinson, Hom R, XXXIX. Jan, 85 
On Christian Science, Hom R, XXXIX. Feb, 180 
On John Ruskin as a Study for Preachers. Hom R, XXXI X. Mar, 276 
On the Intellectual Cause of Ministerial Failure, Hom R, XL. July, 85 
On Educational Reform for the New Century, Hom R, XL. Aug, 179 
Gregory, Prof. R. A., on Mais as a World, Nat R, XXXIV. Feb, 9x4 

(XXL Feb, 151) 
Grenler's (Edouard) "Souvenirs Littiraires" : 

Heine in Paris, by W. Beach Thomas, Mac, LXXXI. Apr, 426 
Grenoble, France : Incunabula at the Municipal Library, Grenoble, by 

R. Proctor, LIbr, I. Mar, 215 
Gretillat's (Prof. A.] "La Morale Chritlenne," Rev. A. HaUiday 

Douglas on, Crit R, X. July, 307 
Gretton, Rev. J. G., Poem by,— "Evening Chimes," Ir M, XXVIII. Feb, 65 
Greville, Lady Violet, on the Influence of Women in Society, T M, IV. 

Mar, 513 . 
Grey, Earl, 

Lord Grey's Temperance Scheme, R R, XXII. Nov, 446 
On England and the Transvaal, N A R, CLXX. Jan, 9 (XXL Feb, 143} 
Grey, Sir Qeorge, 1812—1898 : 

Some Interesting Stories of the Great Empire-Builder, by James Milne, 

(«//.), YM, XIV. Feb, 37 
The Federation of South Africa ; Consult Sir George Grey, by James Milne, 

F R, LXVIL June, 933 (XXL June, 544) 
Poem on Sir George Grey, by Hutcheson M. Posnett, N I R, XIII. July, 258 
Grey, Lady Katharine, (died 1568), and the Carved Oaken Chest at 

Cockfield Hall. Suffolk, by W. L. Rutton (///.), Rel. VI. Apr, 125 
Greycoat Hospital, Westminster, see under Education (Girls'^) 
GribavedofT, V., on Smuggling into Paris (1//.), P M, IX. Jan, 8^ 
Gribble, Bernard, Artist, B. Kendell on (<//.} Artist, XXVII. Jan. 252 
Griffin, Qerald, Poet, 1803— 1840, Rose Kavanagh on, Ir M, XXVllI. 

Jan, 15 
Orifnn, Sir Lepel, on Persia, A Q, IX. Apr, 225 



Grifnth, Qeori 
*n Fact ani 
Sept, 360 



'ffe 
On Fact and Fiction in War ; Interview, by R. Blathwayt (t//.), Q T, VI. 



On the aoth Century ; Where will it commence ? [I'l/.), P M, X. Dec, 709 
On Broadmoor ; the Criminal Lunatic .Asylum (///. }, P M, X. July, 30 



Griffiths, Major Arthur, 
On the Intelligence Department, C, VIIL Feb, 139 (XXI. Feb. 130) 
On the English Intelligence Dep.-urtmsnt, F, XXX. Nov, 343 (XXII. Dec, 

578) 
On the War Office, F R, LXVIL Feb, 2x4 (XXI. Feb, 137) 
On England's Military Needs, F R, LXVIL Apr, 527 fXXI. Apr, 35a) 
On ths Conduct of the War in South Africa, F R, LXVIL Jan, x (XXL 

Jan. 38) 

On Heroes of the War in South Africa, and Others, F R, LXVIIL Oct, 6x8 
On the Army Uniform : is It doomed? (///.). Harms, IV. Mar, 177 
On Fighting Old and New f/Y.), Harms. IV. Apr, 273 
On an Army Corps at the Front ((//.), P M, IX. Jan, 5s 
On Field-Marshal Lord Roberts {///.), P M, IX. Feb, X70 
On Lord Kitchener (*V/.), P M, IX. Apr, 435 
On Dartmoor Prison, P M M, XXII. Oct, aoo (XXII. Oct, 378) 
QrlsK*'» (Edward H.) "The New Humanism," Rev. Joseph McSorley 

on, C W, LXX. Mar, 752 
GrisKS, F. L. B., on Churches by the Sea (///.), Arch Rev, VIIL Aug, (9 
Grindelwald, see under Switzerland 
Qrissell, Hartwell D., and His Private Chapel at No. 60, High 

Street, Oxford {ii/.), St P, IV. Feb, 451 
Qroffan, Capt. Ewart S., 
Captain Grogan's Journey from the Cape to Cairo, by H. C. Fyfe ((//.)■ 

P M, X. Oct, 418 
On His lourney from the Cape to Cairo (iwa/ and r'//.), Q J, XVI. Aug, 
164 IXXII. Sept, 264, 267) 
Grolier Club, New York : llie Club Bindery, by a Bookman, Bkman A, 

XL Apr, 159 
Qronow, Capt. Rees Howell, (1794— 1865), and His Reminiscences, 
i8io~i8fo : A Chapter on D.indies, by W. £. Henley, P M M, XX. Feb, 
a7j 
Qrosart, Rev. Dr. Alexander Ballock, (183s — 1899), on the Handwriting 

of Famous Divines (f//.), Sun H, Feb, 238, Oct. 793 
Qroser, Horace G., Poem by, — '*To Bethlehem." Pur, III. Jan, 78 
Qrosseteste, Robert, Bishop of Lincoln, died xa53, Ch Q, XLIX. 

Jan, 4xa 
QrossI, Tommaso, (1791—1858), Poem by,— "The Swallow"; Trans- 
lation by H. M. Posnett, Q M, CCLXXXIX. Julv, xoo 
Qrote, Mrs., 1792 — 1878 : A Radical Lady of the Last Qeneratioa, by 

J. Fyvie, T B, CXXI. Dec, s»7 (XXII. Dec, 560) 
Qrotlus, Hugo. 1583— 1645. Edwin D. Mead on, N E M, XXII. Mar, xax 
Qrouse, by Alex. Innss Snand (fV/.), Bad M, XL Aug, iro 
Grove, Sir Qeorge, Musician, x8ao— 1900: Biographical, etc. («f/.}i 

Mus T, XLI. July, 459 : P E F, July, xgx 
Grove, Lady, 
On Fads, C, VIIL Apr, 51^ 

On Woman's Suffrage in Time of War, C, IX. Aug, axo (XXII. Aug, X78} 
Groynes, see Breakwaters and Groynes 
Grub Street : 
The Grub Street of Today, by One Who knows It, Bkman, XVII I. 

Apr, 15: Same Article, Bkman A, XL May, aa; 
An American Impression of the New Grub Street, by Edgar Fawcett, 
Bkman A, XI 1. Oct, 129 
Grubhofer, Tony, Artist: Sketches of the Paris Exhibition by T. 

Grubhofer, Stu, XX. Sept, az7 
Gruel, Catherine and Leon, Bookbmders, Marie L. Van Vorst on, 

Bkman A, XL Atig, 534 
Grunberg, Eugene, and His Course for Violin Teachers, by Edson 

W. Morphy, Mus, XVII. Feb, 367 
Guadalupe, Mexico : The Sacred City, by G. Conyngham Cunnbgham 

(///.), O M, XXXV. June, 483 
Guam, Ladrone Ids. : 
The Capture of the Island of Guam, by Douglas White (<^/.), O M, XXXV. 

Mar, 225 
Guam ; a New American Island, by E. C. Rose li/l, and ma/}, Munsey, 
XXIII. Apr, 69 
Guano : 
The History of Guano as a Manure, by J.E.R.S., Land M, IV. Sept, 

A Voyage for Guano to the Chincha Islands, Peru, by M. William Roche, 
N I R, XII. Jan, 273 
Guarded Mount— St. Michaers Mount, Cornwall, by Charlotte Mason 

iiiC)^ Lud, X. June, xxx 
Guatemala : 

"A Glimpse at Guatemtila, and Some Notes on the Ancient Monuments of 
Central America " bv Anne Carv Maudslay and Alfred Percival Mauds- 
lay, Colonel G. £. Church 00. G J, XV. Apr, 39a 
In Guatennala, by N. H. Castle (<//.), O M, XXXV. Feb, 99, Mar, 265 
Qu6rin, Eugenie de, 1805— 1848, T B, CXIX. Apr, 576 
Quirin, Maurice de, t8io — 1839: A Nature Poet, by C. H. A. Bjerregaard, 

Ideal R, XII. Apr, 35 
Guiana, British, 
British Guiana and Its Boundary, by Everard F. im Thurn, J R C I, 

XXXI. Mar, 232 
The Guiana Boundary, by G. L. Burr, A H, VI. Oct, 49 
Guiana, Dutch, from a Gold-Mining Standpoint, by J. Esdaile 

Florance (t//.). Eng M, XIX. Tune, 391 (XXII. July, 82) 
Guildford, Surrey: Art and Letters in a Surrey Town, by C. T. 

Bateman (i^/.), W M, XII. Oct, 577 
Guilds : 
Early English Craft Gilds, by Rev. J. Malet Lambert (^/.}, Arch Rev, 

VII. Apr, 179; VIIL Aug, 64, Sept, 115 
The Regulation of Wages by Gilds and Town Authorities, by B. h. 

Hutchins, Econ J, X. Sept, 404 
The Merchant Taylors' School (i//.), P 8 M, VI. Sept, x6x 



110 



INDEX TO THE 



Guilds.— Continued. 



Hampton Institdtb. 



Qui Ids— continued. 
The Journeymen Hatters of Great Britain and Ireland : a Seventeenth 

Century Trade Union, by G. Uawin, Econ J, X, Sept, 394 
The Ordinances of the Guild of Barber-Surgeons of Norwich, by Charles 

Williams, Ant, XXXVI. Sept, 374, Oct. 39) 
*' The Cathedral-Builders: thebtory of a Great Masonic Guild " by " Leader 
Scott": 
Paul VVaterhouse on, M R, I. Nov, q8 fXXII. Nov, 480) 
Unsigned Article on (///.), Ant, XXXVI. Oct. 306 
Quillemots : Collecting Guillemots' Eggs; Ciiflf-Climming at Flamborough, 

by Cyril Vorke (j7/.), Royal, IV. May, 93 
Quimard, Hector, and the "Cattel B^rangrer": 
H. Frantt on [ill.), M Art, XXV. Dec, 85 



UnsignedArtide on [ill.), ^crib, XXVIII. Tiily, 135 

" j*s Buildings, 

((//.), Q, Sept. xoao 



Quinness Trust : My Visit to Guinness* 



by Miss C. S. Bremner 



Quily, W. C, on Lord Russell of Killowen, Law M, XXVI. Nov, i 

Qum : Kauri Gum of New Zealand, by C. Waterston, Long, XXXV. Jan, 

sac (XXL Jan, 43) 
Gunpowder, see under Annies (Ordnance) 
Guns and Army Ordnance, see under Armies 
Quppy, Henry, 

On French Fiction and French Juvenile Literature for the Public Library ; 
with List of Books, Libr A R, II. July, 357 

On Bristol, Libr A R, 11. Sept, 455 
Gurschner, QusUv, Artist, W. Fred on (1//.), Artist, XXVIII. June, 74 
Gutenberg, John, z^oo— 1468: 

The Inventor of Ptinting [ill.], Q T, VI. June, «oo 

The Jubilee of the Printing Fress, by Charles Whibley, N A R, CLXXI. 
Dec, 86z 
Guthrie, James J., Artist, S. C. de Soissons on (///.), Artist, XXIX. 

Dec X97 
Guyon, Madame, 1648—1717 : The Inner Life of Madame Guyon, by 

Jesse L. Hurlbut, Chaut, XXXII. Dec, 30a 
Guyot, Yves, 

A Friend of Eniland in France; Interview, H, XVII. Dec, 389 (XXII. 
Dec. 559) 

On the English People, Universal, I. Feb, 5 

On the Psychology of the French Boerophiles and Anglophobcs, C R, 
LXXVIl. June, 777 (XXI. June, 550) 

On the Paris Peace Congress and the Transvail War, O C, XIV. Dec, 
^ 756 
Guiman y la Cerda, Dona Marfa Isida Quintina de, 1768—18)3 : A 

Girl-Graduate of Spain, Mac, LXXXII. Sept, 363 
Gwatkin, Rev. H. M., — The Church Past and Present ; a Review of Its 

History, by Bishop Creighton and Others, edited by Rev. H. M. Gwatkin ; 

Principal S. D. F. Salmond on, Crit R, X. Sept, 451 
Gwyn, Nell, 1650—1691 : Nell Gwyn-Pa»t and Present, by H.T. [ill.). 

Universal. 1. Oct, 605 
Gwynn, Stephen, 

On the Autumn's Books, F R, LXVIII. Dec, 1098 

On Anthony TroUope, Mac, LXXXI. Jan, 3x7 

On a Month in Ireland, Black. CLXVIII. Oct, 573 (XXII. Oct, 373) 

On Sir Charles Napier, C, VIII. Tan, 65 

On the Modern Parent, C. VIII. May, 603 
Gymnastics, see under Athletics 
Gypsies of Turkey, by MUs Lucy M. J. Garnett [ill.), G W, XLI. Dec, 

807 
Gypsum as a Fertiliser, by J.E.R.S., Land M, IV. Oct, 717 
Gypsy Moth, see under Cater