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AFRICA, WEST, continued.

AUSTRALIA, continued.
ASHANTI AND THE NORTHERN TERRI [447), 10; measures, [447]; character,
TORIES, (401) GUINEA, FRENCH, +454). Flag, selection of a design,
[403]. Lagos, (402). NIGERIA, NORTH, [453]. HOPETOUN, Earl of, his re.
(4021, 9, 22; SOUTH, [102], 34. ception, 1, Hutton, Major-Gen. Sir
PORTUGUESE POSSESSIONS, [403]. E., in command of the forces, [454],
SEXEGAMBIA, [403]. SIERRA LEONE, 31. IMMIGRANTS Restriction Bill,
(402); hut tax, (102). SPANISH (450). KINGSTON, Mr., on the new
Possessions, [403]

Federal tariff, (419). New HEBRIDES,
AFRIKANDER Bond delegates, meetings, encroachments of the French, [453].
[121], [122], [157]

TURNER, Sir G., his financial state-
AGNEW, Messrs., recovery of a picture, ment (448). YORK, Duke and Duchess
7

of, their visit, (452); opens the first
AGRICULTURE, Board of, measures against Federal Parliament, (447), (452)
Colorado beetles, 22 ; on the foot-and-

SOUTH. -- CExsus returns, [459).
mouth disease, 34

MINISTRY, reconstructed, [459]. RE-
AITKEN, Mrs., damages for the destruction VENUE, [459] YORK, Duke of, at
of a mummy, 33

Adelaide, [459]
ALEXANDRA, Queen, created a Dame of WESTERN. -GOLD, export of, (460).

the Order of the Garter, 4; letter on MINISTRY, reconstructed, (460)." "PAR-

the Coronation, 21 ; indisposition, 35 LIAMENT opened, (460). STRIKE, (460).
AMERICA.-l'ide Canada, Mexico, New YORK, Duke of, at Perth, (460)

foundland, United States, West Indies AUSTRIA-HUNGARY. --ANTI-PRUSSLAX

CENTRAL GUATEMALA, (436). demonstrations, (292). BUDGET, pro-
NICARAGUA, (436)

visional, [289]. DALMATIANS seize
SOUTH. ARGENTINE REPUBLIC, the College of San Girolamo, [292).
Budget, [440]: Chili, relations with, ELECTION, general, [287); Este, Arch.
(440), 35; debt, unification scheme, duke Franz Ferdinand d', on emanci-
(439]; immigration, [439); riots, [439]; pation from Rome, [289]. FOREIGN
trade, (439). BOLIVIA, (438). BRAZIL, policy, [290]. GERMANS and Czechs,
Budget, (442); Campos Santos, Pres., antagonism between, (288); Golu.
his Address on opening Congress, [442]; chowski, Count, on foreign affairs,
specie payments, resumption, (442). (291), 11. INCOMPATIBILITY Bill, (290).
CHILI, Argentina, relations with,

KLAUSENBURG, Bishop of, and the
[440], 35 ; conversion law, [441]; Piarists, conflict between, (289):
Errazuris, Pres., his death, [441] Körber, Dr. von, on the proposed
trade, [441]. COLOMBIA and Venezuela, German tariff, 28. Polish children,
struggle between, [422], [437), 31, 32. persecution of, in Prussia, [232];
GUIANA, British, [436] ; Dutch, [437]; Prague, Sokol or gymnastic festival
French, [437]. PERU, trade, [438]. at, (292). REICHSRATH opened, [287] ;
URUGUAY, [443]. VENEZUELA and measures, (289). SZELL, M., on the
Colombia, struggle between, [422), charges against England, 33 ; Szilagyi,
[137], 31, 32

M., on the Incompatibility Bill, [290];
ANNIVERSARIES, celebration of, Australian his death, [290). VIENNA Jockey

Commonwealth, 16; Locomotives on Club, gambling at, 36
Highways Act, 31

Emperor of, on opening Parliament,
ARMY Medical Service, report of the Com [288]; in Bohenia, (288)

missioners, [29]-[31], [215]
ART.-Retrospect of :

BADEN - POWELL, Major - Gen., presented
British Museum, 87

with a sword of honour, 30
BURLINGTON Fine Arts Club, 86

BALUCHISTAN. QUETTA and Persia,
DOWDESWELL Galleries, 87

trade route between, (341). TRADE,
GUILDHALL, Spanish exhibition, 86

[341]
INTERNATIONAL Society, 86

Bank of England, rate of discount raised,
National Gallery, 87

1, 30; reduced, 3, 4, 12, 13; reserve,
NATIONAL Portrait Gallery, 87

same pages and 25
New Gallery, 86

BATTLE Abbey, sale of, 32
Portrait Painters, Society of, 86

BELGIUM. - ARMY, reorganisation ques-
Royal Academy, 85 ; picture sales, S6

tion, [310]. Coxgo Free State,
SALES, 87

annexation question, [311] - [313].
ASIA.--Tide Afghanistan, Baluchistan, GAMBLING, suppression of (3131

Burmah, China, Corea, Hong-Kong, LEOPOLD, Prince, his birth (311)
India, Japan, Persia, Siam

BICENTENARIES, celebration of, Prussian
ASTOR, Mr., his gift to the National Rifle Monarchy, 1 ; Society for the Propaga-
Association, 35

tion of the Gospel, 14
ATHLETICS. See Sports

Bills. See Parliament
AUSTRALIA. – AFRICA, SOUTH, contin BIRMINGHAM, riot in, 34; University, first
gent for, [455], 35. CABINET, mem-

congregation of the new, 16
bers, [444] Commonwealth, inaugura BISLEY, Rifle Associntion, matches, 18;
tion, [444]; policy, [445). DEFENCE prizes, 18
Bill, [451]. FEDERAL Parliament, Bloch, M. de, his lecture at the United
elections, (446); tariff, (446), (449]; Service Institution, 14
returns, [453]; first session opened, BONDS, 3 per cent. Exchequer, issue of. í

1901.)

INDEX.

155

BRITISH Association, Glasgow, 23
BRODRICK, W, St. J., his letter to Sir

Howard Vincent, [208]; on the Con-
centration Camps, [213]; Speech in
City. (214); Order in Council on War

Office administration, [215]
BROWN, Alexander, Senior Wrangler, 12
BUDGET. See Parliament
BULGARIA. LOAN, proposed, (307).

MACEDONIAN Conimittee, movement,
[306]; members arrested, [306], 8.
Ministry, resignation, [307); the new,

[307]. SOBRANYE elections, (307),
BULLER, Sir R., in command of the First

Army Corps, Aldershot, [200], 27 ; his
speech in reply to newspapers, (201),

28; dismissal, [204], 29
BURMAH, (354). See India
BYE-ELECTIONS. See Elections

CAMBERLEY, Public Schools Volunteers at,

30
CANADA. Acts passed, [429]. Bou.

RASSA, Mr., on the South African
war, 5. Builget, (127). CENSUS, de-
cennial, [129]. DOMISION Day dinner,
15.

ELECTIONS, [427). HARVEST,
estimate of, [430). INDUSTRIES, de-
velopment of, [4:30). MARCONI, Sgr.,
his experiments in wireless telegraphy,
[433). Minto, Lord, his trip through
the Maritime Provinces, [4:29). Mon-
treal, fire in, (426). PACIFIC Cable,
[427]. Parliament opened, [426] ;
prorogned, [429); petition to the
King, 4. Population, [429]. Post
Office returns, [433). TRADE, [428).
Troops return, [426; offer of, [433),
33. “VICTORIA Day,” [429], 10.
YORK, Duke and Duchess of, their

visit, (131)-(433)
CARNEGIE, A., his gift to the Scottish Uni-

versities, 10; elected Rector of St.

Andrews University, 30
“ CELTIC,” White Star liner, launcherl, 7
CENSUS, decennial, 7 ; results, 13, 66
CHALMERS, Rev. J., report of his murder, 8
CHAMBERLAIN, J., on Lord Milner, [110] ;

on the development of Canada, 15; at
the Birmingham University, 16. See

also Political Speeches
CHARITABLE Institutions, income of, 36
CHINA. CHING Wang-tao port, [365).

Chun, Prince, his mission to Germany,
(3.57), 23. Coalfields, [365]. Com-
mercial questions, commission ap-
pointed, [359). EUROPEAN troops,
withdrawal, [358], 11. FLOODS, (365).
INDEMNITY, amount of, (357). KIAO-
CHOW, [370]. LEGATIONS, defence of,
[359). Li Hung Chang, his death,
(361). Lu-han railway, [366). MAN-
CHURIAS Treaty, [363]. OTTOMAN
mission, (364). PEACE protocol signed
at Pekin, (356), 2, 23. Pekin, Im-
perial Palace, portion of the, hurut,
(360); evacuation, (360). Pekin-
Shanhaikuan railway, [362]. Piracy,
increase of, (365). Powers, the foreign
demands, [358]. Pu-Chun, Heir-
Apparent, set aside, (360). REFORM,
proposed measures of, (360). Russia,
demands of, [363], 7. SHANGHAI

CHINA, continued.

River, Conservancy Board appointed,
(358). Shensi, famine, [365]. Siberian
railway, [365]. Subraon wrecked,
(366).

TALIEN-WAN port, [365].
Tibetan mission, (364) Tien-tsin,
[362] ; number of concessions, (363).
Tungchow, funeral procession at, 1360).
Wai WupU, creation of, (358). Wei-
hai-wei, [370]. Yuan Shih-Kai, Vice-

roy of Chihli, [361].
Civil list pensions, 13
COAL export duty, agitation against, 8;

Smoke Abatement Society, meeting, 31
COALFIELDS, Royal Commission of inquiry

into, 36
“ COBRA," court martial on, 27, 28
COCKERTON judgment, [16], [88], 7
COINAGE, the new, 33
CONFERENCES and CONGRESSES. --

Co-operative, Middlesbrough, [142],
[230]. Educationists, Progressive,
(146). Engineering, Glasgow, [194).
Friendly Societies, Queen's Hall, 27.
Garden City Association, Birmingham,
25. Law Association, Glasgow, (191),
21. Miners' Federation, [110],' [121],
[143], 9, 11. National Liberal Feder-
ation, [219] ; at Bradford, [125],[135);
at Rugby, (48). Oddfellows, Birming-
ham, 11. Pan-Celtic, Dublin, [193],
21. Rochester Diocesan, (213).
“ Round Table," Fulham Palace, 36.
Sugar Bounties, Brussels, 34. Tele-
phonic service, Guildhall, 35. Trade
Union, Swansea, [195], 22. Tuber-

culosis, 20. Wesleyan, 19.
CONNAUGHT, H.R. H. the Duke of, installed

Grand Master of English Freemasons,
17; in command of the Third Army

Corps, Ireland, [200], 25, 27
COREA. - Belgium, treaty with, (369).

Brown, J. McL., intrigues against,
(369). QUELPART, island of, riots,

(869). SEOUL to Fusan, railway, [369]
CORNWALL AND YORK, Duke of, opens the

first Parliament of the Australian Com-
monwealth, 10; installed Chancellor of
Cape Town University, 21; reviews
troops at Quebec, 24; created Prince
of Wales, (217), 30
-Duke and Duchess of,leave Portsmouth,
6; at Colombo, 8 ; Singapore, 8; Mel-
bourne, 9; Brisbane, 10; Syitney, 11,
12; Aucklanıl, 12; Lyttelton, 14;
Hobart, 16; Perth, 19; Mauritius, 20;
Cape Town, 21 ; Quebec, 21; Mon-
treal, 24 ; Ottawa, 25 ; Winnipeg, 26 ;
Vancouver, 26 ; Toronto, 28; review
of troops, 28 ; at St. John's, New
Brunswick, 28; Halifax, 29; St. John's,
Newfoundland, 29; in the Solent, 30;
at Portsmouth, [217], 30; in London,

30; at the Guildhall, [217]
CORONATION, date of the, 15, 32; claims of

service, 15, 32
COUNTY Council, London, elections, [49],

4; Housing of the Working Classes
question, [96] ; prohibition of games

on Sundays, 5 ; meeting, 31
CRETE.- ASSEMBLY, on union with Greece,

[305), 12. TORKEY, convention with,
1306)

CRETE, Prince George of, High Com EDWARD VII., continued.

missioner, result of his tenure of otfice, celebration of his birthday, 30; spends
[305]; on the union with Greece, [305), Christmas at Marlborough House, 35 ;
12

proposes to hold Courts, 35
CRICKET. See Sports

EGYPT. --ARABI PASHA pardoned, 11.
CRIMINAL cases, Jackson or Horos, 35 ; ASSOUAN and Assiout dams, (395).
Russell, Earl, 14 ; Stoildart, J., 19

British administration, results, (393).

Budget, (396). SOUDAN, Budget, (396);
DENMARK. BODGET, [327], [331]. irrigation schemes, (397]; Garstin,

COPENHAGEN, fête in, [329]. DEUNT Sir W., his report, [397]; Bahr-el-
ZER, Prof., Prime Minister, [329]; Ghazal, Anglo-Egyptian occupation,
proposed reforms, [330]. ELECTION, [398]
general, [328]; result, [328]. LEGISLA Khedive of, his visit to the Soudan,
TIVE measures, [328], [331]." MINISTRY, [398]; reviews troops, 32
the new, [329]. RIGSDAG, assembled, ELECTIONS. —Andover, [193], 22; Gal-
[330]. SEHESTED Ministry, resigna way, 31 ; Lancashire, [205], 26 Maid-
tion, [329]. State Loan Bill, (328), stone, Monmouth, (120), 9:
[331]." Taxation Reform Bills, 1327), Oswestry, [141), 11 ; Saffron Walden,
(331)

[141], 12; Stratford-on-Avou, 14;
King of, deputation to, [330], 22; on Stretford, 4; Wokingham, 17
the new Ministry, (330); opens the ESTIMATES. See Parliament
Rigsdag, [330]; entertains Imperial Exeter Hall, meetings at, 14
and Royal personages, [330], 23

EXHIBITION, International, Glasgow, [229],
DEVONSHIRE, Duke of, deputation on the

Education Bill, [135]
“ DISCOVERY,” the, service on board, 17 ; FIFE, Duchess of, opens the Glasgow Exbi-
sails from Cowes, 20

bition, 9
DRAMA, The.—FARCES, 89, 90 ; foreign FIJI.—TRADE, [462]. UNION with New

plays, 90; melodramas, 88, 90; musical Zealand, agitation against, 1462]
comedies, 90; pantomimes, 91 ; plays, FINANCE, [235]-[237]
88 ; revivals, 89, 90; Shakespeare's FIRES.-BAKU, 3
plays, 89; tragedy, 90

St. John's, Newfoundland, 23

MONTREAL, 2
Earldom conferred, Roberts, Lord, 1

PEKIN, Imperial Palace at, 8
EARTHQUAKES. --Constantinople, 7. Scot RUSHDEN, 18
land 24

Fog over London, 30
ECCLESIASTICAL. ARCHBISHOPS and FOOTBALL

See Sports
Bishops, letter of admonition to the FRANCE.-ALGERIA,

disturbances in.
clergy, [50], 2. CANTERBURY and York, [247]; census, [248]. Associations
Convocations of, on the elementary Bill, [241], [244), 6, 14, 15; passed,
education question, [212]. CREIGH-

[219]. Baudin, Deputy, inauguratiou
TON, Bishop, his death, [6]. GORE, of the monument to, [256). Budget,
Canon, appointed Bishop of Worces [243], [249], [254], [255]; Public
ter, 30; "petition of right” presented, Worship, 7256). CAILLARD, Adm.,
32. LONDON, Bishop of, his service on at Mytilene, (254), 30. Cardinals,
board the Discovery, 17. MOULE, Rev. College of, on the new Associations
Dr. H. C. G., appointed Bishop of Law, 17. Census, result, [248], 13.
Durham, 21. Pager, Very Rev. F., Chambers, session opened, (240) :
appointed Bishop of Oxford, 10. Ro adjourned, [246]; reopened, (248).
CHESTER Diocesan Conference, [213]. China, war indemnity, (254). Con-
Round Table Conference, at Fulham seils Généraux, session, [248], [251).
Palace, 36. ST. PAUL's, service in DELCASSÉ, M., at St. Petersburg, 8.
meniory of British troops, 34. TAL Deroulède, M., at S. Sebastian, (245).
BOT, Bishop, at the Rochester Diocesan ELECTIONS, [250]. FAURE-BIGUET,
Conference, [213]. WINNINGTON-IN-

Gen., Governor of Paris , [253]. GENOA,
GRAM, Rt. Rev. Dr. A. F., appointed Duke of, at Nice (246). JONXART,
Bishop of London, [51], 5

Gov.-Gen., resignation, [247]. LEO
EDWARD VII., King, his accession, (9), 2; XIII., on the Associations Bill, [241].

declaration at his first Council, 19), 2; Loubet, President, at Nice, [246] :
public proclamation, (10), 2; his three his popularity, [246]. Lur-Saluces,
messages, (20), 3; letters of thanks to Comte de, sentenced, [248], 14.
the Army and Navy, 2 ; opens Parlia MARSEILLES, strike, (245). Miners"
ment, [22], 4; Speech, [22]-[24]; Cougress, St. Etienne, [246]; Lens,
receives deputations from the Univer [216]. Montceau-les-Mines, strike,
sities, 4; leaves for Kronberg, 4; on (244). Morocco, reparation from,
board the Shamrock, 11; receives (250). Révoil, M., nominated Gov.-
members of the New York Chamber Gen. of Algeria, [250). Roubaix,
of Commerce, 12; presents medals, election, municipal, [255]. Russia,
13; proclamation of the date of his Emperor and Empress of, at Dunkirk,
coronation, 15, 32 ; his motor-car, 15 ; [251]; at Rheims, [252]. SANTOS-
vote of condolence on the death of the DUMONT, M., his navigable balloon,
Empress Frederick, 20; sale of his

29. Succession duties, law, [242].
horses, 25 ; receives Mr. Choate, 26 ; TURKEY, relations with, [251], 23

1901.)

INDEX.

157

FRENCH, Major-Gen. Sir J., in command

of the First Army Corps, [204], 29

GRIMSBY tishing trade, lispute, [197]-[199],

24, 27, 35
GUILDHALL, meeting in, 16

Gauss," the s.s., at Cape Town, 31
GERMANY. - ALCOHOLIC liquors, con-

sumption of, (280). Anglo-German
agreemeut, [281]. Bank suspends
payment, [277]. Baumann, charges
against, [274]. Berlin, bi-centenary
of the Prussian Monarchy celebrated,
[274], 1. Bismarck, Prince, memorial
to, uunveiled, 13. Blaskovitz, Lieut.,
killed in a duel, (272). Bülow, Count
vou, on Anglo-German relations, [52],
[285) ; on the Canal Bill, [264); on the
Tariff Bill, [269) ; on Manchuria, [281).
CANAL Bill, (264). Census, result,
[279), 36, 67. Chun, Prince, his peni.
tential mission, [284). Copyright Bill,
(272). Coru duties, increase of, [265],
1267). DUELLING question, [272). Fi.
NANCE, (271). Foreign policy, (281).
GREAT Britain, provisional Most Fa-
voured Nation Bill, prolongation, [273].
HATZFELDT, Count, his death, 31. In
DUSTRIAL crisis, [277]. KOELLER, Herr
von, Secretary of State for Alsace.
Lorraine, [276]. “ Krosigk Court
Martial,”' (276). LOAN, 3 per cent.,
[275). MINISTERS, resignation, [267];
the new, [267). Miquel, Dr. von, re-
signation, [267] ; his death, [267].
NYASSA and Tanganyika, boundary
between, (286) PARLIAMENT, open-
ing, [271). Poles, policy towarıls, [278).
Posarlowsky, Count, on the Tariff Bill,
[269) Press, hostility to England,
(285). Puttkamer, Herr von, resigna-
tion, [276]. RAILWAY construction,
[287]. Russia, relations with, [282].
SOCIALIST Congress, Lübeck, 1277).
Spahın, Dr., appointment to the Uni-
versity of Strasburg, [280). Spirit Tax
Bill, (274). TARIFF Bill, [267] [269];
debate on, [269]. Trade, maritime,
[278]. VIRCHOW, Prof., celebration of
his eightieth birthday, 28. WALDER-
SER, Count, result of his appointment,
[282], [284)
Emperor of, at Osborne, [8], 2 ; leaves
London, [21], 3 ; struck on the face,
[274], 5; at Bom, [275] ; Cuxhaven,
(275); refuses to contirma election of
Herr Kaufmann, [277), 16 ; his speech
to the Alexander Guards, (280), 6;
toasts the French army, 12; at Dant-
zig, [283], 23, 24 ; on German sculpture,
35

Empress Frederick of, her death,

[270], 20
*GLOBE” editor and publisher, reprimander

by the Speaker, 21
GOLF. See Sports
GOUDIE, absconded from the Bank of Liver-

pool, 31 ; arrested, 32
GREECE. -ATHENS, disturbances in, 31.

GOSPEL, translation of the, demonstra-
tion against, [309]. MINISTRY, resig-
nation, (309) ZAIMIS, M., Prime

Minister, [309]
GREY, Lord, his letter to the Times on the

proposed export tax on coal, [111]

Hicks-BEACH, Sir M., deputations to, on

the export tax on coal, [108)-[110]
HOBHOUSE, Miss, her report on the Con-

centration Camps in South Africa,

[183], [375)
HOLBEIN, M., attempt to swim the Channel,

22
HONG-KONG.-PLAGUE, bubonic, [370).

Population, (370)
HORNIMAN, F. J., his presentation of a

park and museum, 3
HORSE races. See Sports
Hyde Park, demonstration, 32
IMPERIAL Institute, transferred to the na-

tion, 35
INDIA.- BUDGET Estimate, [348], [352].

Burmah, (354). CAPITAL Account,
[318). Collen, Sir E., on the Army,
(351). Curzon, Lord, on his Frontier
policy, (344); criticisms on the Punjab
Government, [345] ; his tour in Bur
mah, (351). ECONOMIC progress, (350).
Estimate, the revised, (347); Bulget,
[348]. FAMINE,(352). Feudatory States,
(355): Bahawulpur, [356] ; Bhopal,
(356); Kapurthala, [355]: Nepal,
(355) ; Panna. [356] ; Patiala, [355).
Finance, [3471-(350). LAW, Sir E.,
his minute on the financial situation,
[347 ]-[350); on the economic, (350);
Budget, (352). NORTH-WEST Fron-
TIER, (343] ; Mahsud Waziris, expedi-
tions against, (343); province, the new,
[314] ; policies, (3441-(316). PLAGUE,

(351)
IRELAND. -AGRICULTURAL land, compul.

sory sale, 12:31). BELFAST, sectarian
riots, 12. DAIRIES, co-operative, [230].
Flax cultivation, (231). M‘HUGH, P.
A., sentenced, 9. O'DONNELL, J., C.
O'Kelly and Mr. Tully, imprisonment,
[233], 34, 35. SAIPBUILDING trade,
[231). UNITED Irish League, [232].
University Education question, (234).
VICEROY, on the King's wish to visit,
10. WALSH, Dr., resigns membership

of the Board of Education, 15
ISTHMIAN Canal Treaty, [418], 31, 33, 34
ITALY - ANCONA, Congress of, [263).

Beneiletto Brin launched, 1262).
Budget (260). CRISPI, Sgr., his
death, [262]. FINALI, Sgr., Minister
of the Treasury, [257]. Finance,
(263). Franco-Italian Agreement, [264).
GENOA, strike, [258]; Duke of, at
Nice, [260]; Toulon, 8. Gerontocracy,
evils of. (2:58). MINISTRY, defeated,
[258]; the new, [258). [261]. NAPLES,
municipal election, [262); strike, [259].
Norfolk, Duke of, on the Papal rights,
[257]. Railway construction, (259).
Rome, Albanian Congress, [260]; Dal-
matians invade the cloister of San
Girolamo, [262]. SARDINIA, strike,
[261]. Senators, new, [263). Yo-
LANDA Margherita, Princess, her birth,
[260]. ZANARDELLI, Sgr., his Minis-
try, [258]; banquet to, [262]

42.

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ITALY, King of, at Milan, (261); popu LITERATURE, continued..
larity, [262] ; at Naples, (262)

shank, J. W. and A. M., “The Um-

brian Towns," 48. St. Cyres, Viscount.
JAPAN.-BUDGET, (368). CROWN Prin “ François de Fénelon," 38

cess, birth of a son, [366]. FOREIGN DANIEL, Col. W. H., “The Military
residents, tenure of land in settlements, Forces of the Crown," 61. Dauglish,
[366]. Ito Cabinet, resignation, [367]. M. G., “ Harrow School Register," 60.
KURIHARA, monument unveiled at, Deasy, Capt. H. H. P., “In Tibet and
[368]. LAMAS, relations with, [368]. Chinese Turkestan,” 45. Dickson, W.
Loans, securities for, [368]. Man. K., “The Life of Sir R. Murdoch
CAURIAN Treaty, [367]. Spain, treaty Smith," 42. “Dictionary of National
with, [367]. TAXATION Bills, [366). Biography,' 41. Dilke, Lady, " French
Toru, Hoshi, assassinated, [367], 14. Furniture and Decoration,'' 38. Drury,
WAKAMATSU, iron foundry opened, W. D., “Open Air Gardening," 59
[369]

Evans, Rear-Admiral, R. D., “ A Sailor's

Log," 41
KITCHENER, Lord, terms of his peace nego FAWCETT, Mrs., “Rt. Hon. Sir William
tiations, [90]; failure, [91]

Molesworth, 43. Fea, A., King

Monmouth,” 39. Fielding, H., “The
LABORI, Maître, entertained at dinner by Meaning of Religion,” 56. Firth, C.
the Hardwicke Society, 12

H., “Narrative of General Venables,"
LAMBETH, Archbishop's Park, opened, 29. 44. Fitzmaurice, Lord E., “Charles
Lawn Tennis. See Sports

William Ferdinand, Duke of Bruns.
LIPTON, Sir T., accident on his yacht, 11

wick, 1735-1806," 39. Fletcher, E.,
LITERATURE, retrospect of, works of the “ Conversations with James North-
season, principal --

cote,” 42. Foster, J., “Some Feudal
ADY, Mrs., "Painters of Florence," 37. Coats of Arms," 60. Fountain, P.,

Allen, R., “Siege of the Pekin Lega "The Great Desert and Forest of North
tions," 46. Archer, W., “Poets of America," 48. “ Francis Letters," 39
the Younger Generation," 53. Ashbee, GAMBLE, Rev. H. R., “Sunday and the
C. R., “The Survey of London," 59.

Sabbath," 56. Gardiner, Dr. S. R.,
Bagot, Mrs. C., “Links with the Past,"

History of the Commonwealth and
Baldry, A. L., “Hubert von Protectorate,"

49.

Garnett, R..
Herkomer,'' 38. Batts, H. J., “Pre-

Essays of an ex-Librarian," 53.
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