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Lord Cromer, 56, 72-73, 77-favourable features in the situation,
57-religious question, 57-58, 64, 68-reforms, 58-61-the
agricultural bank, 61-education, 61, 66, 69–problem of the
Soudan, 54, 62-63-Moslem institutions, 64-65, 74—the new
problem, 66, 69—the Civil Service, 68–69, 73—Pan-Islamism,
70—British relations with the Khedive, 71-change in British
attitude towards Egyptian affairs, 71–72—advantageous lines of

policy, 75–76.
English Industrial Revolution, see Industrial.
Evelyn, John, review of works by, 405—the usual comparison

with Pepys, 405-estimate of Evelyn, 405-406, 424comparison
of Mr. Dobson's and Mr. Wheatley's editions, 406-407—-charm
and value for posterity of dilettantism, 407-408—the seventeenth
century not all strenuous partizanship, 409-410—Evelyn's
family and position, 410—limitations of outlook, 411-preference
for the new in art, 412-413—foreign travel, 413-414—solitary
act of selfishness and its results, 414-marriage, 415-416_
nature of the Diary,' 415--other literary activities, 415, 421-
garden at Sayes Court, 416, 417—religious persecution under the
Commonwealth, 417–funeral of Cromwell, 417–the Restoration,
418_Charles II., 419—public activities and life at Court, 419–
420—Margaret Godolphin, 422—Pepys on Evelyn, 422-423—
Evelyn on Pepys, 423—declining years, 423.

F.
Faquet, Emile, Histoire de la Littérature Française reviewed, 353
Fiction, Insular, review of six novels illustrating, 192—modern

province of fiction, 193-195—the 'all-British convention, 195-
197, 211-art v. photographic imitation, 197–198—“The Guarded
Flame,' 199–201— Prisoners,' 201–203— The Call of the Blood,'
203–206— The Man of Property,' 206–208— In the Days of the

Comet, 206, 208-210— The Beloved Vagabond,' 210-211.
Flaubert, Gustave, Un Cæur Simple' reviewed, 299, 314-317.
Fogazzaro, Antonio, The Saint' reviewed, 78, 95-101.

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Galsworthy, John, “ The Man of Property ’ reviewed, 192, 206-208.
Gardening, see Italian Garden.
Gasquet, Abbot, ‘ Lord Acton and his Circle' reviewed, 78.

H.
Hichens, Robert, “The Call of the Blood’ reviewed, 192, 203-206.
History, Acton's Lectures on Modern, reviewed, see Acton.
Humann, G., ‘Die Kunstwerke der Münsterkirche zu Essen 're-
viewed, 465, 482-483.

I.
Industrial Revolution of the Eighteenth Century, The English, review

of books concerning, 125-end of political crisis, 126–127—

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industrial conditions in early eighteenth century, 127-128, 139—
rise of capitalist class, 128, 142-industrial inventiveness, 128-
Abraham Darby's discovery in the iron trade, 128–129—Josiah
Wedgwood, 129-130, 133—John Wilkinson, 130-131—Sir Robert
Peel the elder, 131, 141, 142—Arkwright, 131-132—develop-
ment of canal system, 133—improvement of roads, 134-135—
local fairs, 135—growth of trade, 136-agricultural reform, 137–
the migration to the towns, 138, 140—former close association of
manufacture, and agriculture, 139–140—free trade necessitated by

the industrial revolution, 141-rise of new middle class, 143.
Insular Fiction, see Fiction.
Italian Garden, The, review of book concerning, 144clipped

greenery, 145, 150, 152, 155-157, 162—Greek gardens, 146–148
Egyptian, 148--Roman, 148-150—roses, 150—monastery gardens,
151-castle gardens, 151—revival of garden-making, 152—
Medici villas, 153, 166–intercourse between England and Italy,
154-famous English gardens, 155—French gardens, 156, 165-
natural' gardens of the eighteenth century, 157-revival of
Italian gardens, 158-giardini segreti, 158-159-situation of
gardens, 159—importance of prospect, 159-160-statuary and
fountains, 161-162—the sense of composition, 162–163—the
pathway, 164—the pergola, 164-165—Dutch gardens, 165-main
characteristics of Italian gardens, 165—New England gardens,
166—Hadrian's Villa, 167-adaptation of the garden to life, 168.

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J.
Jebb, Richard, “Studies in Colonial Nationalism' reviewed, 246.
Johnston, R. M., “The Roman Theocracy and the Republic' re.
viewed, 489, 491.

K.
King, Bolton, Mazzini ' reviewed, 489, 494
Kopp, von Hermann, ‘Die Alchemie in älterer und neuerer Zeit'
reviewed, 28.

L.
Lamartine and Elvire, review of writings by, 425—comparison of

Lamartine with Shelley, 425-—his religious temperament, 425,
436-437, 439-440—ideals of early nineteenth century, 426–
modern attitude towards experimental knowledge, 427_family
and early life of Lamartine, 428-429-his mother, 428, 432
literary preferences, 429-education with the Jesuits, 430_travel
and poetry, 431–the Restoration in France, 431-432—wild oats,
432-meeting with Mme. Julie Charles at Aix, 432–435—Pro-
fessor Charles, 433-434—Julie Charles, 434, 436, 438-personal
appearance of Lamartine, 435—his relations with Elvire, 437–
the Viscount de Bonald, 438—Lamartine's Ode to Genius, 438-439
-life in Paris, 440-441-alone at Aix, 441–‘Le Lac,' 441, 443—
letters of Elvire, 442-443—her death, 443.

Land Question, The, review of Reports, books, etc., concerning,

326—position of tenant farmer, 327–Agricultural Holdings Act,
1906, 328–337-promoters of the Bill, 328–329—its objects, 329
-disturbance, 330, 335—farm-milkers, 330—question of com-
pensation for improvements, 331-damage by game, 332-
rabbits, 333—tenants' powers, 333–334—application of the Act
to Scotland, 334-335-removal, 336—market gardens, 336-
claims for repairs, 337-average capital, 338—changes in agricul-
tural system since fourteenth century, 339—recent improvement
in stock, 340—increase in area of cultivation during nineteenth
century, 340-percentage of increase in the rural population,
341-increased output produced by fewer hands, 342-better-
ment in condition of labourers, 343-equipment of small holdings,
343–344–Departmental Committee of 1905, 344-345—value and
unpopularity of co-operation, 346—Sir F. Channing on the Small
Landholders (Scotland) Bill, 346–350—loans to landowners, 348–
349-Mr. Jesse Collings's purchase scheme, 349—comparative
figures for hiring and purchase, 350—incidence of taxation on
agricultural land, 351-advantages of registration and free traffic

in land, 352—argument from Irish purchasers, 352.
Lauer, Philippe, Le Trésor du Sancta Sanctorum' reviewed,

465, 468.
Lee, Sidney, 'Elizabethan Sonnets’ reviewed, 353.
Locke, William J., “The Beloved Vagabond 'reviewed, 192, 210-211.

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Mantoux, Paul, ‘La Révolution Industrielle au XVIIIe Siècle’re-

viewed, 125.
Maupassant, Guy de, 'La Fille de Ferme' reviewed, 299, 317-319.
Marwell, W. B., The Guarded Flame' reviewed, 192, 199-201.
Mérys, Michel, 'La Guerre Navale Moderne' reviewed, 169.
Milner, Viscount, England in Egypt' reviewed, 48.
Moore, T. Sturge, Correggio 'reviewed, 107.
Morley, John, review of books by, see Age of Reason.

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N.
Naval Policy, see Admiralty Administration.
Nicholson, J. S., The Relations of Rents, Wages, and Profits in

Agriculture, etc., reviewed, 326, 339, 341.
Nielsen, Dr. Fredrik, 'The History of the Papacy in the Nineteenth
Century' reviewed, 78.

P.
Peasant Studies in French Fiction, review of, 299—the pastoralists,

299—diverse phases of nineteenth century peasant fiction, 300—
George Sand, 301-306, 312—'La Mare au Diable,' 304-305-
Balzac, 305-311- Le Curé de Village' and 'Le Médecin de
Campagne, 307—Les Paysans,' 307–311-Barbey d'Aurevilly's
'L'Ensorcelée,' 312–314–Flaubert's 'Un Cæur Simple,' 314-

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317—Guy de Maupassant's Une Fille de Ferme,' 317-3194
Emile Zola’s ‘La Fortune des Rougon,' 319-322—René Bazit,

322–325— La Terre qui meurt,' 323–325.
Perris, G. H., 'Russia in Revolution 'reviewed, 212.
Phillipps, L. March, “In the Desert' reviewed, 444, 463.
Pléiade and the Elizabethans, The, review of books concerning, 353

value of selections, 353-members of the Pléiade, 354—drar.
back of translations, 354–355—theory of Du Bellay and the
Pléiade, 356—their influence on Elizabethan poetry, 357–359
contemporary estimate of Wyatt and Surrey, 360—extracts from
Tottel's Miscellany (1557), 361-365-nature of originality con-
sidered, 366—non-representative character of illustrations cited,
367-368-originality in translations, 368-370—Mr. Lee on Shake
speare's poems, 371-imitation the less, tradition the greater,
372-spirit and form in poetry, 372–French and English attitudes
to these two, 373-comparison by examples of French and English
poetic treatment of love, 373–376—of virtue or goodness, 376–

377-of religion, 377-379.
Political Parties in the Country, the King's Speech, February 12, 1907,

reviewed, 508—the Unionist ‘rump,' 508—General Election of
1906, 508_509_effect of Tariff Reform propaganda, 508_509
position of Mr. Balfour, 509-510—position of Tariff Reform
question, 510-personnel of the Liberal Government, 511-man-
dates, special and general, 512—party organisations not accurately
reflecting political opinion, 513, 524, 525—question of the House
of Lords, 513-515, 523-of an Irish Roman Catholic University,
515-516-of Irish Home Rule, 516-518–of Scottish land tenure
(Mr. Sinclair's Bill), 519–523–Irish Land Act of 1881, 519
520-substitution of crofter and State for farmer and landlord,
521--rural depopulation, 522-523—the Duke of Devonshire on
the Unionist Party, 524-525—Lord Rosebery on the Liberal

party and property, 526.
Preferential Tariffs, see Colonial Preferential Tariffs.

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R.
Reason, see Age of Reason.
Reid, Stuart J., Life and Letters of the First Earl of Durham'

reviewed, 246.
Roman Catholicism, see Catholic Authority.
Roman Republic, The Defence of the, review of books concerning,

489—revolutions of 1848, cause of their successes and failures,
489-490-republicans and federalists, 489, 506-government in
the Papal States, 490-491–Pius IX., 491-492—power of Austria,
492-493-flight of Pius IX., 493—establishment of Roman
Republic, 493—Mazzini, 494–497—his religion, 497-498_his
success, 498—Garibaldi's early years, 499—in South America,
500-marriage with Anita, 500-501-return to Italy, 501–
Oudinot's first attack on Rome, 502—the Lesseps mission, 503—
deception perpetrated by Oudinot, 503—the 3rd of June, 503–

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504–Mazzini's resignation and escape, 504–Garibaldi's retreat,
494, 504–506—death of Anita, 505—the opportunity of Pied-

mont, 506-507.
Rousseau (Morley) reviewed, 1.
Russia, The State of, review of books concerning, 212—figures for

one year of killed or wounded in the revolutionary movement,
213-extra-legal methods, 214–215—Conservative reaction, 216-
218—fraternising of German landholders and Russian authorities,
217-218—constitution of first Dooma, 218—the Senate, 219, 220—

explanations' of Electoral Law, 219—electorate of second
Dooma, 219–Old Believers, 220-221-general position of religion,
221-222—sale of Imperial lands to peasants, 222–expropriation
policy of the first Dooma, 223—the communal system, 223-225—
importance of agriculture, 224—characteristics of the peasant,
225—abolition of communal system, 226–228—parties in the
new Dooma, 230-231—the Kadets, 231-loyalty of the army,
232—innate barbarism of Russians, 232–233—the navy, 233-235-
the Jews, 236-238—mistaken prophecies in the past, 240—future
disintegration and its probable consequences, 241-242, 245-alien

nationalities, 242-243—the Caucasus, 243-Poland, 244.
Rutherford, E., “Radio-Active Transformations' reviewed, 28.

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Sancta Sanctorum, review of books concerning, 465-inaccessibility

of sacred treasure, 465–466—John the Deacon cited, 466, 472,
474—inviolability of the Sancta Sanctorum, 467-recent per-
missions to view the treasures, 468, 488—their antiquity, 468,
471—description of relic-boxes, 469–470—labels and wrappers,
471–enamelled cross, 471-474-scenes from Apocryphal books,
472_jewelled cross, 474-476-silk textiles, 476-480-question of
place of origin, 479, 486-487-cloisonné enamelling, 480–483—
Egyptian art, 481-Sassanian art, 482—paucity of Italian art
represented, 483—Eastern influence and Syrian traders, 484-485

-importance of the minor arts, 485-486.
Sand, George, review of peasant studies by, 299, 301-306, 312.
Sainte-Beuve, ‘Tableau du XIXe Siècle,' and 'Premiers Lundis,"

reviewed, 353.
Saintsbury, George, ' A History of French Literature' and · French

Lyrics' reviewed, 353.
Schultze, Von E., ‘Das Letzte Aufflackern der Alchemie in Deutsch-

land reviewed, 28.
Séché, Léon, ‘Lamartine, Elvire 'reviewed, 425, 437.
Semenoft,'Capt. Vladimir, The Battle of Tshushima' reviewed, 169.

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Tariff Commission (Agricultural Committee), see Land Question.
Tariffs, see Colonial Preferential Tariffs.
Toynbee, Arnold, 'Lectures on the Industrial Revolution of the

eighteenth century in England 'reviewed, 125.

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